Spring is here and so are all the new decor trends we are swooning over! With warmer days ahead, we’re itching to refresh our spaces with lively styling. Keep reading for the latest 2022 home decor trends we cannot wait to try.
Three words — green green green! Nature-inspired spaces are not going anywhere this year. Even top paint brands like Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore, and Glidden chose earthy green tones as their “color of the year” selections! From deep green walls, lush plants, and natural materials like stone, wood, and marble — this year’s all about bringing the outside in.
Source: House Beautiful
If you’re looking for a quick, natural refresh, add some faux stems to a vase (Target has great ones!) or hang a pothos (one of our favorite low-maintenance plants). As a team of green thumbs, we hope this style stays around forever.
Colors and Texture
Wave goodbye to all-white kitchens, minimal walls, and neutral grey tones. 2022 is welcoming whacky wallpaper, maximalist decor, and textured walls with open arms. We love how @micaelahoo used a giant Engineer Print to anchor the mantle, but wasn’t afraid to have fun all around it! The white brick adds detail, while the colorful cacti give an eclectic feel.
If painting isn’t an option, peel and stick wallpaper, a colorful Fine Art Print, or a bold oriental rug will do the trick. Check out this office nook by @alinicolephotos, she even has a super cute bulletin board of Square Prints!
Rounded accents like furniture, arched doorways, and decor elements are quickly becoming increasingly popular. With no sharp edges or harsh lines, curves give off a soft and organic vibe that’s hard not to love. The best part? You don’t have to go out and buy a brand new sofa or chair to hop on this trend. Decorating with an abstract vase or oval mirror is a great place to start!
It may be time to raid your family’s attic. Antique trends like hand-turned furniture, checkered floors, and gold picture frames are all having a major comeback. @thebunkhouseak does an amazing job combining texture, photo prints, and frame colors — but our favorite part is how she incorporates additional items beyond printed artwork into her space! We spy an old Parabo Box hexagonal shelf, a clock, some embroidery in a hoop, and metallic horns. This is a great example of how to pull antique pieces into your home decor.