Top New Home Design Trends For 2022 | Infomercial


Many homeowners are rethinking their space after spending so much time at home over the past year. The pandemic has shifted activities that typically take place outside of our homes, such as work and school, to our living spaces. This year’s designs reflect changing preferences and lifestyles at home. New home designs are likely to include stronger connections to outdoor elements, more creative use of spaces, and natural design elements.

Light up spaces. Interior designers take homeowners’ desires into account and find new ways to invite the outdoors in. This year, more homes will allow natural light to enter homes through larger or more windows. Maximizing natural light makes homes more welcoming, vibrant and can boost mood. Sunny spaces can provide a sufficient amount of vitamin D to the inhabitants of the house.

Improve outdoor spaces. Fresh air and green spaces designed to be enjoyed year-round are high on the list for many homeowners. Flexible outdoor spaces, ranging from ample space for entertaining small groups to lounging space for gardening or other outdoor family activities, are popular features in new homes this year.

Added quiet zones. With buzzing activity throughout the home, a quiet space to unwind after a long day or simply unplug from devices and screens is a sought-after feature. Small spaces that serve as a cozy reading nook, meditation space, or hobbyist zone are among the top trends in new homes this year. Simple privacy screens can also help owners take time to relax.

Embrace flexible spaces. Both new and remodeled homes will offer at least one home office, often with an option or flexible space for two. New home builders will likely add separate kitchen workspaces for virtual school, homework, crafts, and more. Forgotten corners in homes will now be adopted to create hidden flex zones, such as small office nooks in a hallway.

Use natural decor. Finishes and design patterns that reflect the natural elements are attracting more and more interest from homeowners. Experts predict rich earth tones in homes this year to help evoke feelings of warmth and comfort. Several paint companies have chosen soothing shades of blue as their color of the year, reflecting natural elements such as water and sky.

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