The start of a new year represents an excellent opportunity to cast a critical eye over your interiors and identify areas ripe for renovation and improvement.
Keeping an eye on the latest trends and ideas in the field of interior design can also help you decide if you want to make a few changes here and there, whether your motivation is to add value to your home, get it ready to sell or just because you’re keen to breathe new life into tired interiors.
Over the course of the next 12 months or so, you’re sure to come across all sorts of new trends and ideas that you might find interesting and inspiring… but here are some of our top picks that we expect will make big waves in 2022. Which of these do you like the sound of?
Having somewhere you can whisk yourself off to for some rest and relaxation, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, is something we all crave – which is why book nooks are likely to be huge news this year, providing us with a much-needed haven where we can escape to.
These literary-inspired snugs are also great for transforming those smaller spaces at home that may not have an immediately obvious purpose and they needn’t be complicated to put together, so you can count this one as a decorating quick win, as well.
Luxury is where it’s at for homeowners these days and this is especially true where the bathroom is concerned. Function is taking a back seat to form in this part of the house, with spa-esque facilities really going to come to the fore this year and beyond.
Get the look with Japanese bathtubs, sauna showers, freestanding baths, a calming neutral colour palette and lots of natural materials. And don’t forget the underfloor heating for a luxurious feel underfoot.
Big, bold and bright colours
The last few years have been tough for us all and the response to this is sure to be the introduction of all sorts of bright and beautiful colours throughout our interior spaces. It can be a little daunting to be brave where colour is concerned – so check out these palettes from Pantone to help you put your schemes together.
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