Designers, architects, and interior designers across the world are busy sketching out plans and designing spaces that will make their mark in 2022. We’ve put together five of the top trends we’re anticipating for 2022, in our effort to inspire you to start planning your remodelling project now. Let’s take a look at what’s next in home design…
Big blocks of colour and bold patterns are a real trend right now, with more people playing around with bright tiles than ever before. This is something we’re expecting to see continue into 2022 as many people look to use tile as an opportunity to inject some colour and personality into their spaces.
A classic flooring option, terrazzo dates back to ancient Rome and hasn’t looked back since. Known for its durability and minimal upkeep, it’s a great option if you have high traffic areas of your home—like in your kitchen or living room. Terrazzo offers an aesthetic that ranges from sleek to natural with a touch of pattern; depending on how intricate your layout gets, you can choose from small or large tiles to create a mosaic design or interesting pattern.
These hues go well with any neutrals and are perfect if you want to add some life to your interiors without adding too much colour. They work well in bedrooms, living rooms, and even bathrooms. If you’re looking to keep things simple yet stylish, pastels will never let you down. Look out for colours such as sandstone and magnolia, among others. These are particularly good choices if you want to keep your bathroom or kitchen looking classic, but with a fresh feel.
Get excited about texture! There’s a reason Instagram is full of textured wall images—they’re beautiful and can instantly add interest to your design. Check out tile options with high-gloss or matte finishes that look like marble, wood, concrete, or glass. Or go with a high-end material like slate, which will add an entirely new dimension to your space.
The natural beauty of stone will always be in style and 2022 is no exception. From classic marble to rustic slate, there’s a wide variety of colours and textures that make tile look beautiful—natural stone tiles are set to stay popular.