Top 10 Home Interior Trends 2021-2022

In Blog by Phuay Ching

1. Retro Style on Urban Canvas

A nostalgic retro style on urban contemporary canvas  is going to be popular again in the next 2022 interior design trends.

Art House In Woollahra, Sydney by Studio CD Design


2. Earthy Tones to Bring Nature Indoors

Warm earthy color schemes are used to further develop the bond with the natural world and create a sense of freedom. Beige, brown, terracotta, amber, greige, sands, taupe are among the favourites as they promote wellbeing and a sense of tranquillity and calm.

The Audo Hotel, Denmarkn 


3. Biophilic Setting with Shades of Green

Nature heals. Biophilic setting will remain present in the interiors. The green color is a symbol of wellness being. The present of green evokes a feeling of abundance and is associated with refreshment and peace, rest and security.

Fairbairn House / Inglis Architects


4. New Minimalism with colour infusion

This new movement consists in clear architectural lines with high-quality and state of the art design pieces.

Lumiere House, NSW Australia by Sherson Architecture & Projection Build


5. Polka Dot

The iconic retro polka dots that started in fashion is going to be popular again in the next 2022 interior design trends.

6. Fluted Surfaces & Geometry Forms for Adding Visual Interest

Fluted furniture and ribbed surfaces and architecture forms are becoming increasingly popular as high-end solutions for adding visual interest and warmth to the minimalistic settings.

7. Glass Sustainable Material

Usage of textured glass in interior architecture creates both contemporary & vintage feel. Also, in furniture, glass is a key sustainable material.

8. Smart Furniture

Multifunctional space saving furniture with an automated feature is an upcoming trend.

9. Bold wallpapers as a statement

Panoramic murals, 3D texture, grass cloth and chintz, contemporary geometrics and tropical botanicals, wallpapers go bold this season. Modern botanical and tropical prints embellish both walls and textiles.

Mind the Gap Wallpaper by Designer Wall


10. Intervened Work & Recreation Spaces

A space designed for work and recreation will have major importance in the next interior design season.

Fairbairn House / Inglis Architects