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    4 February 2022

    The top interior design trends you’ll see in 2022

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    We love to do some interior design trend predictions (even if the best interior trend is anything that won’t go out of style…)

    Last year we predicted the slow demise of millennial pink and exposed bricks, and judging by the homes we’ve styled recently we’d have to say our mirror ball was correct. Can we get it right in 2022? Here are some of the interior design trends we think you’ll see this year. 

    Periwinkle blue

    Pantone’s Colour of the Year is Very Peri, a lovely shade of blue with purple tones. It is said to encourage creativity, so we won’t be surprised to see periwinkle show up in lots of home offices this year. We would recommend incorporating it in a throw blanket or cushion to emphasise the shade’s softness.

    Medium minimalism

    You can probably pinpoint the turn against austere minimalism when Architectural Digest published photos of Kim Kardashian’s all-white mansion that looked more like a museum than a home. Minimalism isn’t going anywhere in 2022, but the newest iteration is more embracing of warmth, details and colour. Much appreciated!

    That Seventies look

    It only makes sense to throw back to the past considering the last couple of years. The Seventies doesn’t have the best reputation for interior style, but with a sparing touch you can hint at its cosy, retro vibes. Keep an eye out for terracotta finishes, modern takes on shag rugs and amber glassware. 

    Eco and ethical

    We don’t mean to downplay the importance of environmentally and ethically friendly interiors by putting it in an article about trends, because this is one movement that is only going to get stronger. Expect to see more companies in 2022 with a renewed focus on biodegradability, lower carbon footprint, and fairtrade.


    The past couple of years has seen a rise of cottagecore interiors – unabashedly quaint and wholesome cottage styles, reminiscent of your grandmother’s house. This is pivoting into a new aesthetic called goblincore, which celebrates natural details, organic imperfections and everything foraged (either from nature or your local charity shop). It’s never been so easy being green.

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