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Today we will continue to share with you the 2022 interior design trends, hoping to bring some help to your interior home decoration, and we will also recommend some of our latest interior furniture for you. Let’s take a look together!
Create drama in the bathroom
Interior design trends for 2022 have us creating spaces that make us happier at home. Design sets are turning to power tiling to divide and conquer, and the results go beyond beauty.
“The key was to create some drama without making the bathroom feel busy,” explains interior designer Orla Read. “Here, we wrapped the tiles around the ceiling to mimic the comfort of a fence. I especially like these Hand-painted green stripes on the tiles. You’ll see paint lines and color changes, so the pattern doesn’t feel flat.
Decorate with candy cane stripes
The past is often a solace in challenging times, so countdowns will be a key theme for 2022. Evoking memories of rush, rock, and barbershop, the red and white candy stripes are all about happy memories and will soon translate the essence of past happy times into interior design.
“The mix of red and white stripes, while bright, reminds us of the warmth and harmony of a more innocent era,” said Joa Studholme, color curator at Farrow & Ball.
Invest in continental cooker
France and Italy have long been known for their delicious cuisine, which is probably why they are also known for making cooktops that deliver exceptional results, making them beloved by chefs and home cooks alike.
Timeless, sturdy, and reliable, and with a wealth of cooking options – from gas burners with precise temperature control to large oven capacities – these ranges are designed to help you cook for large groups with ease. They are investments designed to last for many years.
Hark back to time with ancient forms
Nostalgic for rosy dots in our personal histories, and nostalgia for times we can barely imagine. For interior design trends for 2022, we look back at the past millennia to eras that may be strikingly similar to each other. Indoors, this means rough forms, simple handcrafts, and objects associated with ritual and symbolism, as we turn (return) to slow, conscious, and ritualized lives.
“We were forced to slow down and enjoy the time we spent at home,” says Lucy Searle, editor-in-chief of Homes & Gardens. “Interior design is certainly not about a one-off trend, but it should be used as a way to improve our lives.”
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