T he 2022 color of the year might be Very Peri, but when it comes to what is trending in the home décor world, a color palette of neutrals and greens is the way. See what else has made the cut for interior design trends.
1. Biophilic design
The technical term for the familiar desire to be close to other forms of life (think plants and animals) is having its moment. Whether bringing greenery inside to make your home office more friendly or using natural materials to feel a connection with nature, biophilic design makes spending more time indoors a pleasant journey. Shop the trend
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2. Natural elements
As we delve into the hybrid lifestyle of home office and “real” office, our boundaries of what is considered “outdoor furniture” are also evolving. Materials that were once used for outdoor living areas are making their way indoors. Rattan, bamboo and wicker furniture and home décor accents are all in demand right now. Shop the trend.
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3. Round and curved forms
Although the design trend pendulum will always swing back and forth between minimalist and maximalist, curvy furniture (and curved motifs) sits right in the middle of both ideas. Clean curved lines complement a restrained aesthetic while still playing nice in a layered, visually rich room. Shop the trend
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4. Vintage items
Buying antique and vintage furniture is arguably one of the best ways to satisfy both conscious consumerism and sourcing transparency needs. In a day and age where one is surrounded by multiple choices and endless production of goods, old-school craftsmanship and objects with lineage have an unmistakable appeal. Shop the trend
5. Neutral and green tones
Our specialists are happy to put the ubiquitous Millennial Pink in the past and welcome a family of greens and taupe in home décor. Think of it as a continuation of biophilic design and the need to be in a soothing and calming environment. Shop the trend
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