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As we head into 2022, we can’t help but wonder what the next 12 months will bring. And, since we’re already spending a lot of time at home, we’re thinking about how we can update our space with the latest trends. While our abodes are designed to reflect our own aesthetic, staying up-to-date with the latest fashion can provide a breath of fresh air.
Let’s continue our exploration of interior design trends for 2022 today, and we’ll also recommend some of our latest interior furniture for you, so check it out!
Capture the mood with soft painterly blocks
The fashion for artists experimenting with shapes abstractly is picking up pace and starting to seep into interiors. In an overwhelming, informative world, we’ve come to seek soothing, smooth, and blurry forms of decoration that allow us to take on their soft shapes ourselves.
“Abstract art resonates now because in uncertain times it conveys emotions and feelings that cannot be expressed more directly, and it also provides an escape from reality,” said Georgia Spree, founder of Partnership Editions (Georgia Spray) said.
“Abstract ambiguity is about slowing down, stopping for a minute, and noticing something you didn’t see in the first place,” said Andrea Mongenie, an artist at Borneo Studio. “It’s a free and expressive way of communicating. ,” adds painter Laurie Maun. “Abstract art is completely open to personal interpretation, which can be very powerful.”
Seek out sustainable options
So far, the eco-fabric movement has tended to focus on those woven from recycled plastic, which makes good sense but raises several problems: They rely on the use of plastic rather than creating durable, repairable, green alternatives; when washed, they produce non-biodegradable plastic microfibers; and their eventual recyclability is not guaranteed. However, the future looks bright as the pace of a new generation of sustainable textiles picks up.
Tom Dixon recently decorated one of his chairs in Pinatex, putting the spotlight on biodegradable plant-based leather alternatives, often made from discarded pineapple leaf fibers. Upholstered furniture is also catching up – the SCP is tasked with eliminating the foam, replacing it with coconut wool, wool, and feathers, and occasionally using a small amount of recycled foam.
Create curves with rounded edges
Sharp angles have been out of the house for a while now, starting with upholstery and moving through surfaces and architectural details. What is now eroded is the furniture, as if sanded away until all that’s left is smooth.
Designer Patricia Urquiola said: “Edges delimit and mark a space – avoiding them expands the freedom of the inhabitants.”
“The rounded edges and curvaceous design provide the personality everyone is looking for, softening the lines of the interior and creating a more welcoming space,” said Graeme Smith, Concept Designer at Metris.
2022 will be a very fashionable year, join hands with the Ferly brand to bring you together to decorate your warm and stylish home!
Browse through our product list and blog, we will continue to share with you the 2022 interior design trends in the next issue, we look forward to seeing you again!
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