Usually, we write a lot about what to use in 2022, what to buy or how to decorate your house in order to look fresh and always in style.
What if we write a blog about what not to use in 2022? Which interior designs are not trendy anymore?
Welcome to our April blog, one that is completely different than what we have posted in our decorating section.
Classic Farmhouse decoration
Let’s not hustle around and start with our first contender, the classic Farmhouse interior décor. We know that you wanted a massive feast with your friends or family in furniture that look worn off, but they are not in a dining room with a classic authentic look. This vintage essence of an authentic farmhouse décor is undeniably around for some time however, as the time passes, it will not look as beautiful as you might think. Bolder colors on furniture seem to win the race against classic whites.
What should I do instead of a classic Farmhouse look, one might ask? Well, try a more modern artisan look. Artisan focuses more on the maker and the magic of imperfection guided by natural patterns, organic forms and materials such as wood or stone.
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Safe neutral decoration
Who could deny that beige or white are timeless? Both colors fit in every room and fit well with grey and brown, but come on, let’s spice it up a bit. What could go wrong? According to many interior designers, white will soon see its way out of trend season. You can still use neutral colors but combine them with bolder palette that is miming colors from nature.
What could you do instead? Well, try green. Did you know that green is the color of 2022? Its connection with nature and the green living enthusiasts that their numbers are rising daily, made green an essential color of 2022. Explore colors from mint to fresh fern and refresh your space with energy from a forest.
Stop using wallpapers
2022 is not about busy textures on walls, we guarantee you that. Try a mixture of designs instead of a pattern with many details. Also, let’s all think that we are generation RENT, which means that we do not own our own house., therefore, why the hustle of a wallpaper?
Why don’t you try something like color blocking or drenching? It’s not about painting the whole wall, its about decorating blocks of it creating contrasting shades. It’s all about two tone level walls.
That was a massive trend in October if you remember it. Orange like decoration with dried flowers, maybe pumpkins or cobs. This trend survived in 2020 and 2021 however, in 2022, this is not a thing. Halloween is long gone so say goodbye to dried décor.
Have you heard of Jungalow? Jungalow is a term used in interior designed where jungle meets bungalows. Well, the point here is to create an indoor jungle by bringing some natural goodness, use some house plants in different sizes and textures. Remember, don’t overdo it, buy as many as you believe they fit and enough to name them and remember their names.
The king of outdated interior designs
Which holds the crown though of the most outdated interior design trend in 2022? It couldn’t be anything else than a farmyard style decoration. Its kitsch and it’s hyper distressed. Rustic decoration and barn like doors are starting to feel outdated.
So our advice here is “DON’T do it”.