Trends come and go but more global ones stay with us for years and even for decades. We’ve prepared a list of the current renovation directions – these aren’t just trends that will end up next year, these are directions to follow if you want your dwelling to look up-to-date and edgy.
That’s perhaps the most obvious point for everyone – we see more and more glazed walls, large windows, skylights and so on – everyone wants more natural light inside their homes. If a view is available, that’s even a more powerful argument to get a large window in your space. There are lots of kids of windows, from corner to porthole ones, and I bet every homeowner will be able to choose something that fits their home.
a large French window with a built-in daybed and shelves, with sconces and a refined side table make up a gorgeous nook
a cozy and inviting nook with a corner window, a corner daybed with colorful pillows and rattan stools is very chic and lovely
a lovely Nordic nook with a corner window, a windowsill used for storage, a black chair and a bookshelf is a very cozy corner
a contemporary space with a bow window and a large and soft daybed on the windowsill is an amazing space to relax
a farmhouse dining zone by a large bow window, with a vintage table and chairs plus decorative baskets on the wall
a lovely bow window with a windowsill daybed and pillows, pendant lamps over the bed and a duo of tables
a neutral and airy bedroom done with a round pivot window, which allows fresh air in easily
a lovely bow window with a windowsill daybed with pillows make up a lovely reading nook in the space
floor to ceiling windows create a light feeling in the bedroom and fill it with natural light
add a refined touch to your space with a framed floor to ceiling window and flood the space with natural light
Natural materials and eco-friendly approach to home design are trends for this decade for sure, and getting more natural wood for your home is part of these two. Choose natural wood for cladding walls, ceilings, floors and go for beautiful natural wooden furniture to make your home look stylish, besides, natural wood is a timeless decor solution that isn’t likely to go out of style, so it’s double profit.
a catchy and welcoming kitchen with a whitewashed ceiling and cabinets, with a reclaimed wood floor and a kitchen island with a reddish countertop
a cozy Scandi space with a hearth, a grey stained planked floor, rich-stained planked walls and a staircase and grey furniture is welcoming
a farmhouse space with a dark-stained wooden floor, a light-stained ceiling and sliding doors plus elegant furniture, art and pendant lamps
a luxurious minimalist dining room with much natural light, a whitewashed floor and warm and light tones of wood all over the space
a beautiful chalet space fully clad with blonde wood including blonde wood furniture and a concrete clad fireplace
a chic mid-century modern space with a blonde wood credenza, chairs, shelves and wooden beams on the ceiling
a white farmhouse kitchen with white cabinets, a refined kitchen island, a reclaimed wooden floor, light-stained wooden beams and a ceiling
Investments In Home Office
We are all becoming more aware of how the layout and aesthetics of a room can affect our energy and productivity. Transforming a current room into your new home office space is not just a fun project, but a necessity for many people who work remotely. When trying to boost the functionality of a home, this room may be at the forefront. People will spend more time and effort in designing a unique working space to maximize their concentration, motivation, and productivity this year.
a chic contemporary home office with a storage unit that takes a whole wall, with open and closed storage compartments, a built-in desk and chic modern chairs
a contemporary glass enclosed home office with open shelves, a desk with storage, a white chair, a sleek white storage unit
a glam feminine home office with a grey statement wall, a glass desk, a crystal chandelier and touches of gold
a beautiful home office with a rustic feel, with a herringbone clad statement wall, white shaker style cabinets, a hairpin leg desk and a cool chandelier
a sophisticated graphite grey home office with matching cabinets for storage an elegant stained desk and creamy chairs
a whimsical and eye-catchy home office wiht a black storage unit and a glass buffet, a stained desk and a cowhide rug
a refined modern home office with built-in storage units, a stained desk with two tabletops, black leather chairs
2021 was a year where people expressed their individuality through unique colors, which can provide emotion and feeling to a room! With that being said, color therapy is on the rise. Popular colors we expect to see include pinks, burnt oranges, and peacock blues to represent a tropical getaway, as well as greens to mirror nature’s elements. There will be more unique color contrasts in the kitchen, between the countertops and backsplash, or the cabinets and the island. With the rise and focus on creating a home we love to stay in, people will want to bring as much life to their indoor space as possible in 2022—color is an amazing and affordable way to do so.
a bold entryway with a sunny yellow accent wall, a black shelf and a wall-mounted planter plus unique mirrors
a colorful dining room with bold yellow walls, a stained table and credenza, green chairs and an elegant chandelier
an elegant living room with calming green walls, a fireplace with a vintage mantel, a gallery wall and dark and light furniture
a bold living room with an eggplant accent wall, grey furniture, a bold color block rug and touches of gold
a fantastic living room with deep aubergine walls, an orange sofa and lamps and a gold hammered table
a stone blue living room with a purple rug and an aubergine chair plus matching printed curtains
a bold very peri dining room with a black dining table with a catchy base, a black chair and a catchy shelf on the wall
a fabulous very peri vintage living room with a fireplace and a vintage mantel, a catchy pendant amp and blue and purple floral print furniture
a modern colorful kid's room with a color block yellow and white wall, bright bedding and a rug, cardboard taxidermy and accessories
a unique bathroom with red walls, white tiles, pink and mustard textiles and quirky furniture and artworks
Outdoor spaces continue to be in the spotlight with people spending more time at home. Homeowners are investing in outdoor rooms. Pools, water features, outdoor kitchens, fire pits, and extensive seating and dining areas are high on wish lists. Materials are more organic and natural, such as travertine. Outdoor kitchens will feature commercial-style grills, refrigerators, and wine coolers. Indoor rooms opening up to terraces with a series of French doors or doors that fold back is another way to connect with the outside.
a relaxed Scandinavian deck with a built-in bench and a table, a pendant lamp, potted greenery and some trees
a small and bright deck with simple outdoor furniture, a roof over the space, bright blooms and plants is a cool space
an inviting deck with a corner pallet bench and printed pillows, round tables, candle lanterns and potted greenery and climbing plants
a beautiful Mediterranean terrace with a simple wooden dining table, potted plants and blooms, a jute pouf is very welcoming
a bright modern rooftop terrace with a sectional, a low coffee table, potted plants and blooms and a candle lantern
a modern terrrace with a deck, red loungers, potted plants and trees and vines covering the wall
a Nordic space with wicker chairs, a wooden table and bench, lots of greenery in pots and blakc tableware
a chic and stylish rooftop terrace with a slight planked roof, potted plants and trees, rattan and woven furniture and a low coffee table
a boho outdoor living room with a glass roof, a large sofa, jute rugs and poufs, woven chairs and printed pillows
a lovely Provence outdoor dining space with elegant dining furniture, white linens, woven pendant lamps, greenery and lots of lights
Turning your bathroom into a spa was a trend long ago, and now it’s popping up due to some obvious reasons – not everyone is able to go to a real spa or can afford that, so having one at hand is a solution. Add a more zen feel to the space make it contemporary or minimalist, provide the design with natural wood and stone and bring plants.
a gorgeous bathroom with a view, with an ofuro tub and a fluffy rug is a real relaxation oasis
a beautiful warm-colored bathroom with a large shower space with glass doors and a bathtub clad with tiles
a beautiful contemporary spa bathroom with an oval tub, a dark-stained sotol, a jute rug and some greenery
a spa-like bathroom in neutrals, with a glass-enclosed shower, a bathtub clad with wood and a wooden bench with a basket
a white bathroom clad with shiplap, with hex tiles on the floor, an oval tub, a stained vanity, a woven pendant lamp and printed textiles
As working from home becomes part of our everyday lives, bedrooms have become increasingly multifunctional, with space for a work area, exercise, and that all-important sense of relaxation. In 2022 it’s predicted popular bedroom interiors will include comforting neutral tones, and textured wall coverings or paneling used to add a sense of luxury to sleep spaces. When it comes to bedding, layered natural textures like linen and cotton in palettes of soft neutral tones are set to take center stage.
an elegant neutral bedroom with a creamy upholstered bed, a grey loveseat, a refined gallery wall, a beaded chandelier and a wreath
a sophisticated neutral bedroom with a creamy upholstered bed, an upholstered bench, leather sconces, white refined nightstands and paneled walls
a stylish bedroom with a black accent wall, white paneling, a black bed with blush bedding and pretty artworks is very elegant
a chic and welcoming bedroom with a creamy upholstered bed, neutral bedding, chic nightstands, a wooden bench, baskets and green curtains
printed pillows, matching black vases and a creative tiered pendant lamp make this bedroom look unusual, stylish and bold
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