10 interior design trends for 2022
As we close out 2022, we reflect on how this year brought new adaptations to the way we live, work, and interact with the built environment, especially after coming out of years of unprecedented change. One way he describes this year’s design identity is that “there is no identity.” Through this period of transition, inspiration comes from a trend-setting generation known for international travel, immersive virtual worlds, oneness with the earth and the serenity that comes with it, a platform that promotes expressionism and individuality, and a bold perspective. I did.
Some of the interior design trends of 2020 and 2021 continued to dominate in 2022, including biophilic elements, curved and free-flowing forms, and muted colors. Given that over the past few years we’ve all spent most of our time indoors and started prioritizing our emotional, physical, and mental health, our habits have changed the way we organize the space around us. We decided what we wanted it to look like: functional, attractive, calm, and playful. Connection with the outdoors.
Whether economically, environmentally, or socially, looking at how the world is doing in 2022 reveals a combination of subtle flashbacks to pre-pandemic days and newly introduced behaviors. Many trend reporters predicted that the post-pandemic days would be like this. Vibrant 20sIt was a place where people were freed from wars, burdens, and restrictions and emerged into a world of exaggeration and glamor. This, along with socio-political events and the introduction of the Metaverse, reflects trends seen across interiors, graphics, fashion and web design: inclusivity, fluidity, understated but vibrant features, respect for Mother Earth, etc. has been defined. a bit.
This year has seen a variety of interior design trends. Some are new, some are familiar, and some are recycled from previous movements. Organic, sculptural forms inspired by natural silhouettes were often seen in furniture, lighting fixtures, and partitions. In the world of retail and hospitality design, architects and designers have found different ways to tell the story behind a brand and turn it into a visual and physical narrative. Nostalgic design movements have been reintroduced for a more modern context. The concept of “open space” has also been reconsidered. Instead of a continuous, unobstructed interior, he uses high platforms, low-rise partitions, and contrasting flooring to create a “virtual” separation between the two rooms while maintaining visual inclusivity. created. Also, in terms of aesthetics, the color palette, material selection, and accessories are heavily influenced by desert geography.
Check out the 10 design trends that are shaping interior spaces in 2022.
Storytelling through design
explosion from the past
organic, sculptural form
Open space reimagined
inspired by the desert
“A little bit of everything” decor
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