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TOP INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS TO WATCH OUT FOR IN 2022

It's been two years since the pandemic started and many of us are still working remotely

from our homes, whether it's out of our makeshift office in the kitchen, living room, or

whatever space is conducive to productivity. As we continue to navigate forward this

year, be sure to carve some time out of your busy schedule to find ways to enhance and

elevate your home. Lucky for you, we curated a list of the hottest interior design trends

that will not only give your space a much-needed makeover but also restore a sense of hope and optimism about what lies ahead in 2022.

Remember: There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to embellishing your space. Use the following trends as inspiration, not prescription. If you're looking to sell your home in the near future, Call us to learn how to utilize these trends and get maximum market exposure and sales price. Call Krista at 925-551-1361 or Suzie at 925-980-9399.

 

OLD-SCHOOL CHARM

"Antiques and vintage items pay homage to the past and add extra personality and eclectic style to your home."

What's old is new and what's new is old. Antiques and vintage items pay homage to the past and add

extra personality and eclectic style to your home. They also preserve the memories of those who

once had the great fortune of owning beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces to embellish their space. To

add some retro charm to your home, bring out your Grandmother's antique floral porcelain vase and place it in the center of your dining table. Or add some

brilliance to your living room with an art-deco table lamp. No matter what era you're partial to, there's

a piece of furniture or accessory that will help you create an entirely new look.


 

STAY AHEAD OF THE CURVE

Whereas straight lines and sharp edges lend a sleek, modern feel, rounded shapes add softness

to an interior space, giving it a warm ambiance. Going beyond circles, rounded shapes also include

egg shapes, ovals, arches, and more. If your space looks too much like a geometry worksheet, try

breaking up the harsh edges by adding a curved swivel chair or coffee table in your living room.

Or add some oomph in your hallway with a beautiful, oval-shaped mirror to reflect a sense

of freshness and relaxation that can't be seen with a traditional square or rectangle mirror.


 

ILLUMINATE WITH STYLE

" Coming in all shapes, sizes, and colors, decorative lamps can put a spotlight on different areas of your home."



Equal parts function and fashion, statement lamps are making a comeback this year and they're poised for a bright future. Coming in all shapes, sizes and colors, decorative lamps can put a spotlight on a different areas of your home (especially rooms that don't get a lot of natural light). On the quest for a stunning architectural piece? Try perching a sculptural-metal table lamp on your coffee table. If you're looking for something more subtle yet still striking, a Grecian-bust table lamp on your nightstand might just just be the inspiration you need to fulfill your New Year's resolution to read 30 pages of a novel every night before bedtime.

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