Home renovation

10 home improvement trends you’ll see a lot in 2022

“Many homeowners have been drawing inspiration from historical and organic references lately, which combines with Yelp research showing that searches for salvaged materials have increased by 38%. I can see that the majority of home projects in 2022 are centered about getting back to the roots of materials. For example, removing lacquered cabinetry to expose the unfinished walnut underneath or replacing existing countertops with a rough-edged slab of marble, there’s something perfectly imperfect about reclaimed materials that help your space really start to tell a story.Jeremy Brent, interior decorator

“Plantlife has made its way into homes in more creative ways, and we see innovation happening daily. More recently, herb fridges have become a new kitchen appliance that is not only full of functions but also stylish and urban with glass fronts showcasing the greenery bringing an organic touch to the kitchen spaces.Devin Shaffer, lead interior designer at Mon Petit Cabas Interior design online

“The pandemic has created awareness about health, the environment and being less materialistic. That being said, reusing furniture, finding materials that support the environment, promote recycling and make sense will be popular next year. Not to mention that natural materials such as wood, rattan, clay, stone, etc. blend perfectly with any style, color or material. These textures add warmth and lightness to interior design and make us feel like we are on vacation in our home since many of us cannot travel. —Farris Wu, Founder and CEO of DecorMatters

“Awareness of our environment and Mother Nature makes us aware of our carbon footprint and how we affect our planet. Using sustainable materials and lighting that use less energy brings less guilt in the way how we run our planet and luckily they look good too!Jhoiey Ramirez, director of the Sycamore Collective

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Connect with nature

“Homeowners have been asking for more natural light in their homes for years through larger window and door openings, and it’s a trend that’s clearly continuing in 2022. People are increasing natural light in their homes and creating a more direct connection to nature by adding doors where there used to be windows, or by adding larger windows for a greater sense of connection to the outdoors. renovation to replace more traditional patio doors with large scenic versions to create a connection between indoor and outdoor spaces for smoother transitions and a sense of freedom.Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing and Experience at Marvin