As 2021 comes to a close, all of us are feeling more excited than ever to start looking toward the trends on the rise in 2022. The ideas below are showing you pattern trends that will be all the rage in 2022.
Have you ever seen this? While typically we see patterns on pillows and accessories, now we are starting to see more risks being taken by adding large patterns to full-scale furniture. This offers you good news that it can be done for both classic and contemporary space because it all depends on the pattern itself. On the other hand, if you’re hoping for a dramatic impact, adding a large-scale pattern in a small powder room will do the trick.
Next year we can go for a fresh year ahead, people have a real opportunity to see flooring differently. Therefore, we will be seeing a brave departure away from one-dimensional choices of soft grey and beige colors in 2022. Instead, homeowners, renters, and renovators will make bolder statements with their carpets by elevating schemes and adding some designer flair. Here, wool-blend animal print carpets are set to give homes a maximalist makeover as we see detailed zebra print, leopard, and ocelot designs. There are lots of ways you can integrate this look into your home, whether you want a pared-back and subtle finish or something more bold and dramatic.
Bold floral and botanical prints are expected to be one of the big pattern trends next year. Here, you can go with advances in tile technology in different reliefs like a matte glaze, metallic lines, and embossed features. Those can be printed on tiles without the need for costly extra firing.
We could not be agree more that fabrics and wallpapers are carrying the stories into home design We will start to see more nature-inspired patterns like floral, foliage, lines that mimic blades of grass, or patterns that are cloud-like. After that, if design follows fashion, we will also see splashes of color again, but in earth tones. There will be also a possibility for us to see celestial, ethereal prints with a delicate hand and earthy color palette. Last, these designs tend to be airy and serene that working well in many spaces.