The year 2022 is rapidly approaching, which means it's time to start thinking about what will be popular in the next year. We began to go out into the world again, fortified by immunizations, as many aspects of everyday life began to return to routine. However, our houses remained the focus of our lives for many of us.
Many of this year's décor and design decisions were influenced by a need for safety and security. Experts predict that these motifs will continue to be popular in home design in 2022. We enlisted the help of several interior designers and industry experts to help us predict what trends we may expect to see this year.
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According to The Spruce, here are 9 furniture trends you should expect in 2022.
According to Kristin Bartone of Bartone Interiors, softly curved furniture will be trendy in 2022. From ultra-high-end to budget-friendly, "soft lines, arcs, and curves" were incorporated into furniture by "nearly every manufacturer," she says. According to Betty Brandolino, curvaceous lines are used in upholstery silhouettes in furniture design.
According to Brandolino, nearly all of our vendors at High Point Market in October displayed textured textiles like boucles, tweeds, and crushed velvets. Caroline Brackett, the owner of Caroline Brackett Studio of Design, feels that "furry, nubby, or cuddly" textures are hot right now. "People are spending more time at home, which necessitates cozy furnishings."
Matte or brushed black or stainless will be the recommended finishes for motion control or touchless faucets. Stainless, nickel, and pewter fixtures will be the most popular styles for the next two to three years, with less sheen and more matte finishes. Kitchen and bathroom cabinetry and fittings will be most prevalent in matte finishes, according to a leading industry expert Bill Darcy, chief executive officer of the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
Brandolino predicts that vintage furniture will continue to be used in design in the future. To compete with mass-produced or catalog-purchased goods, younger customers are seeking alternatives. As a result, Kylie Bodiya, Bees Knees Interior Design owner, believes that old and modern may coexist. To put it another way, we're witnessing a trend toward classic, timeless designs, according to Bodiya.