From rooms saturated in color to hand-drawn designs and consumable decor, here are 22 trends we’re tracking this fall.
1. Maximalism Makes a Comeback
2. Color All Over
3. Cool Composting
4. All-Over Wood Paneling
5. Hand-Drawn Details
6. Wonky Whiskey Glasses
7. Cohesive Baths
8. Cold-Water Washing
9. Shaker Obsession, Beyond the Peg Rail
10. Interior Windows
11. Appealing Pet Accessories
12. Sometimes Statement Bedspreads
13. Sculpted Heads
14. Handmade Glass Lighting
15. Prioritizing Pantries
16. High-Style Accoutrements
17. Stained Glass
18. The Statement Daybed
19. Ruffled Accents
20. Embracing Induction
21. Food as Decor
22. Cork, Hemp, and Other Eco Materials
For a look at trends past, see:
- New Directions: 18 Design Trends for 2018
- Trend Alert: 10 New Design Developments on Our Radar for Fall 2017
- Looking Ahead: 17 Design Trends for 2017
Frequently asked questions
What are the design trends for 2022?
The design trends for 2022 include a focus on sustainability, natural materials, warm colors, cozy textures, and incorporating technology into design.
What are some sustainable design trends?
Some sustainable design trends include using eco-friendly materials like bamboo and cork, utilizing natural light to reduce energy usage, and incorporating plants into design to purify the air.
What natural materials are trending in design?
Natural materials like wood, stone, and raw metals are trending in design for 2022. Additionally, textured materials like rattan and linen are becoming popular.
What colors are popular for 2022?
Warm, earthy tones like terra-cotta, olive green, and rust are popular for 2022, as well as muted pastels like blush and sage green.
How can I incorporate technology into design?
Incorporating technology into design can be done through smart home systems, installing built-in charging stations, or integrating technology into furniture pieces like mirrors or coffee tables.