2022 Winter Decor
Home is a place for gathering, uniting, and celebrating. But home is also a place for slowing down, getting cozy, and wintering. And the winter décor trends popping up this season prove just this. Interior designers are forecasting what our bodies and souls crave right now: chunky textures, moody tones, and cozy vibes that allow for deep restorative mode. For more Winter Decor Ideas please read below.
Earthy Elements and Color
The year of 2022 has brought in new interior design trends, one trend that has stuck throughout the entire year is earthy elements and color. This design trend makes spaces feel warm and inviting, which is ideal for the winter months. The past couple of years have brought more awareness of bringing vitality and greenery to our living spaces. Incorporate eathy, tonal elements such as rich wood accents, houseplants, natural fabrics, and colors that evoke nature.
There is a power to mural wallpaper and richly painted walls. These looks create a sense of environment. A newer trend, sparse maximalism leans into more color and layers on walls in considered ways. It’s not about white paint, but rather the thoughtful addition of colored tile, wood elements, or fully painted rooms—all to complement stunning wallpaper.
2022 Winter Decor
When asked what 2022 winter décor trends she’s forecasting, interior designer Naomi Gibson of Gibson House offers an answer that may surprise: “Ruffles, pleats, squiggles, and speckles.” But before you think kitschy or outdated, this look pulls more on the nostalgic vibes, similar to grandmillennial décor—the marriage of old-world with contemporary. Gibson is loving small romantic and handmade details via romantic prints and soft edges, which add “a warm and cozy energy for winter décor.”
Lastly, what’s rich, neutral, earthy, rustic, and modern all in one? Leather. And it’s coming back big this winter, says Julie Rootes, founder and principal of Julie Rootes Interiors. In fact, it’s one of the biggest winter trends she’s seeing both in home décor and in fashion. “Leather is trending in a big way. I’m loving soft, neutral, textural fabrics upholstered with a contrasting leather trim in a bold color,” she says. “In addition, we are starting to see leather upholstery again, but more as an accent.”
Article from Camille Styles