1. CURVY KITCHEN
Curvilinear furniture began taking the design world by storm a couple of years ago. Think circular couches, shell-shaped armchairs, and round mirrors.
And that trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Designers say 2022 will have us embracing curves in not only our furniture and accessories but also in our built-in features such as kitchen islands, bath and shower walls, windows, doors, and entryways.
“If you can build it with a rounded edge—even a kitchen island—it will be unique and different from your neighbor.
2. STORAGE SOLUTIONS
We all can’t all be blessed with a full chef’s kitchen with storage galore. Getting organized and de-cluttering is the new 2022 way. Consider storing in containers and canister to create a clean look. Believe me, using this great idea for a storage solution will make your cooking much easier. And it does safe space when you have everything in their right place.
3. WOVEN FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES
What was once considered only for outdoor use, woven and wicker furniture has made its way into kitchens, dining rooms, bedrooms, and more. Everything from sideboards to headboards incorporating unique and unexpected woven elements on them.
From artisan baskets to light fixtures, the woven element has taken the design world by storm. … It’s not just for the porch rocker anymore. This vibe goes well together with any style, who doesn't love natural colors and an organic feel?
4. AMPING UP THE LAUNDRY ROOM
We spend so much time doing laundry, PERIOD! —or at least some of us do.
Wouldn’t this mundane chore seem lighter if you’re in a space that is light, bright and fun?
Designers say in 2022 laundry rooms and pantries will include built in storage, washer/dryers will be built in the millwork, high-end faucets and sinks, slide out drying racks and ambient lighting.
For pantries, word has it we will see beautifully organized spaces for food and cookware
5. LAMINATE VINYL PLANK FLOORING
Flooring can be exorbitantly expensive. Designers say 2022 we have caught onto the cheaper version option that looks just as rich and beautiful as real hardwood and/or tile. Laminate Redoing your floors can be exorbitantly expensive. But in 2022, folks have caught on to a much cheaper option that looks just as rich as tile and real hardwood: laminate vinyl plank flooring is even cheaper than carpeting sometimes. It's a way to update a room on a budget without losing the style and look you want to achieve.
There are so many durable, affordable, water-resistant and easy to install options on the market today.