Home Design for 2022
As the pandemic and its impact on our everyday lives continue to play an outsized role in home renovations, we get to see an even more profound rethinking about the importance of considering the design of our home quarters. The pandemic has changed many things for many of us, especially how we think and use our homes in our daily lives. With that in mind, we explore the various home design trends in 2022 that you could consider as you enlist the help of home renovators and their services.
- Dedicated Activity Spaces
The search for art studios has been increasing. Luckily, creating one on your own does not have to be an expensive renovation project. If you already have a spare room, it might just be a matter of buying the right accessories that are dedicated to your preferred activity or hobby.
However, the creation of an art studio dedicated to your chosen activity depends on your goals. You might even require the assistance of a professional renovator for Stouffville Renovations.
This trend is a twist on the prominent grandma chic style that has been rising throughout the pandemic. The trend arose at a time when people craved a sense of comfort and nostalgia for their homes amid uncertain times. The key for this kind of trend is adding layers to create a space and area that can welcome relaxation and ease anxiety.
- Multizone kitchen
The traditional three-zone work triangle in a kitchen creates an efficient and convenient connection between the refrigerator, sink, and range. However, many homeowners want their kitchens to emphasize other related tasks and allow for other cooks. The rising trend of a multizone kitchen or a work trapezoid includes dedicated baking, prepping and chopping areas and separate stations for snacks, drinks, or homework.
- Structured Simplicity
This trend features a stripped-back style to create a calm, comfortable, and chill space for relaxation. Structured simplicity is all about making one’s home a safe and inviting space to rest and regenerate. If your home is your haven, this trend is for you, as a private sanctuary that you do not treat as a showpiece.
With this trend, furniture feels comfortable and inviting, such as soft and comfortable sofas and hearty tables where people can gather around. Structured simplicity offers a low-maintenance look that includes weathered woods, faded tones, time-worn finishes, and warm neutrals like oatmeal and beige colors.
- Light Wood Cabinets
Many people seem to yearn and gravitate towards interiors that exude lightness and comfort in a year that felt heavy and difficult. Light wood mixed with other neutrals such as whites and grays can be an excellent way to create an airy palette that exudes a dash of warmth and comfort, especially effective in a kitchen design.
- Nature-inspired Designs
Another emerging home design trend is the openness to nature and the role of greenery in a home. This trend includes the search for artificial plants and trees, indoor pots and planters. There has also been a significant uptick in the search for the color green in kitchen cabinets, floor tiles, and even accent chairs.
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