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Sometimes, you just need a change. The same-old, same-old becomes underwhelming after a while, leading to discontent. The interior design that you loved ten years ago won’t cut it for the rest of your life. If the rug in your living room grew up alongside your child who just graduated college and none of the colors in your home complement each other,  you should consider updating your space. Thankfully, 2022 has been a year of great interior design trends. Here are six ideas to help inspire your home makeover: 

6 Interior Design Trends

1. Vintage Vibes 

A vintage aesthetic makes you feel like you’ve traveled back to a simpler time. You’ll want to incorporate floral patterns and rustic, worn textures to achieve this look. Distressing your wooden furniture will give you an antiqued vibe. Old typewriters, telephones, and other antiques also work well with a vintage aesthetic.

2. Futuristic Feels

Wait, we just said vintage was in! That’s what you’re thinking, right? Well, vintage and futuristic interior design trends are both in right now. To achieve a futuristic look in your home, take advantage of gleaming materials like marble and chrome. Use colors that strongly contrast with one another, like black and white. Finally, incorporate sharp angles and modernistic furniture. 

3. Nature-Inspired Nuances 

Perhaps because the pandemic separated so many people from the outdoors, Americans have grown more fond of nature. Whatever the reason for this new appreciation of Mother Nature, outdoor-inspired decor is in right now. Soft browns and rich greens work well as color themes to complement indoor plants and natural wood decorations that lend themselves to this aesthetic. 

A green interior design scheme with plants

4. Curvy Couches and Other Furniture 

Furniture with rounded edges is inviting. As people destress in a post-pandemic world, they’re looking to make their interiors more cozy and comforting, and incorporating this type of furniture is one way to achieve those goals. Rounded edges soften up a room, making it easy to feel relaxed when you come home. 

5. Dual-Purpose to Suit Demand 

As the work-from-home trend continues, it’s opened up demand for rooms that serve more than one purpose. Finding creative ways to combine decorations, furniture, and equipment marks this type of interior design. For instance, you could add exercise equipment to your office or bookshelves in your children’s playroom. The key with this design trend is to make everything come together seamlessly rather than looking like you just combined two rooms into one. 

6. Bold Colors and Patterns Come to Play

Bold colors and patterns are very big in the design world right now. Brilliant blues, yellows, and reds can make your room cheerful, fun, and playful. Pick a dazzling wall color, then use tapestries, pottery, and other decorations to pull the whole look together. 

What’s Out?

The all-white interior is definitely out. This is the year of color. Even neutral shades like brown are more popular in 2022 than the all-white theme that dominated last year. Additionally, bohemian designs and ‘70s wall hangings are going to be seen a lot less in 2022. That being said, you don’t have to be trendy. If one of these styles makes you happy, you should feel comfortable choosing to go against the crowd. Just because something isn’t popular doesn’t mean you can’t like it. 

Our Designers Can Help You Achieve the Perfect Interior!

The Prime Remodeling team is up to date on all the latest design trends, and we can transform any interior to unparalleled glory. We love helping clients find the right look for them, whether that be rustic, modernistic, or something in-between. With more than twenty years of professional experience combined, we know we’re the right choice to give your home a makeover. Contact us today!