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Home Décor Trends Designers are Loving for 2022

Photo credit: Ashbourne Designs

As 2021 winds down, we are getting excited about the interior design trends coming in the new year. We got insights from some of our favorite designers in the interior design world to learn about what’s on their watch lists for 2022. Get ready for an insightful peek into what they are loving for the upcoming year along with some of their favorite projects!

Blake and Emily Interiors

“We are expecting—and leading clients toward—more long-lasting and neutral concepts as lead times have been so long. We want our clients to fashion homes they love when their products arrive, and well into the future.”

Photo credit: Blake and Emily Interiors
Photo credit: Blake and Emily Interiors
Photo credit: Blake and Emily Interiors

Ashbourne Design

As 2021 comes to a close, Ashbourne is looking forward to 2022!

“Our firm is focusing on quality over quantity. With all the challenges of the past two years, we are concentrating on projects that are more meaningful and bring us a sense of accomplishment. We are finding our clients want to make use of all the available space in their homes. So, they can really live in their homes and take advantage of all available square footage.

We are seeing a trend of ‘less is more,’ a philosophy Ashbourne strongly believes in. Less clutter, more open spaces that are fresh and crisp. We are incorporating natural woods—in oak and walnut—with matte finishes.

Lots of textures and natural materials that are calming and soothing, along with soft natural color palettes.

What we are most looking forward to is a return to normalcy. The ID [interior design] business has been plagued with supply chain issues and uncertainty. We find our clients need us now more than ever to navigate and circumvent the crazy supply chain issues.”

Photo credit: Ashbourne Designs
Photo credit: Ashbourne Designs

Deepdale House

“I look forward to seeing the 2022 interior design trends infiltrate into my projects next year. Of all the trends, I’d like to continue to see more shades of green in my designs. Green has been the new blue for a while because the range is tremendous—from yellowy-lime, forest and moss, as well as teals. It’s balancing and has a harmonizing effect, and relates to nature, stability and wealth.”

Photo credit: Deepdale House
Photo credit: Deepdale House

“Also, on track for 2022 are pops of black throughout a space. For this kitchen, I selected a black oven, hood and faucet, and carried that through to the island fixtures. I like to pair the color black with brassy tones to keep the vibe chic and warm. This black rod-iron stair railing and classic Harlequin marble flooring elevates the entry and creates a level of formality without being too fussy. A little black dot added to the wallpaper in the bathroom makes it look a little sharper, crisp, and chic.”

Photo credit: Deepdale House

“Thankfully, natural elements and sustainability continues to gain popularity in the industry, as well as light-colored floors and fabulous outdoor living spaces. Covid hit us all very hard. We changed our homes to accommodate online school stations, work spaces, and many carved out home gyms to keep sane. Working from home will continue into 2022 and beyond. With that, a minimalist design is becoming more important for the enjoyment and peace of your wellbeing at home. Bring on 2022!”

Amal Kapen

“I am happy to see the continued interest in antiques and vintage furnishings and decorations. My love of vintage décor is one of the main reasons I opened my decorating store in Huntington. I have been incorporating vintage pieces into my work since I started designing, and it’s a great way to source a project, add layers—and interest. Good vintage pieces can give a room character and personality—all while contributing to a sustainable environment. Another trend I love is seeing plants in décor. Plants are everywhere and I love bringing the outside in. There is something so uplifting about incorporating living things into your daily surroundings. No job is complete without at least one plant!”

Photo credit: Amal Kapen
Photo credit: Amal Kapen

Klein + Cremer Design

We are looking forward to adding more natural materials with texture and warm color tones. For our edgier clients, a fun “pop” to keep it bold. We are loving emerald green and burnt orange. Home has taken on a new meaning during the pandemic, and we love a good living room bar.

Cheers 🥂”

Photo credit: Klein + Cremer Design
Photo credit: Klein + Cremer Design
Photo credit: Klein + Cremer Design

Which home décor trends are you most excited for in 2022? Whether you are inspired to use neutral tones to create timeless and meaningful designs or to add character and personality to your space with antique and vintage pieces, we are here to help you design the room of your dreams. You can schedule an appointment at a time that works best for you. And walk-ins are always welcome.

We look forward to hearing from you—and working with you—on your project.

From all of us Country Carpet, we wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday season!

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