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3 Anticipated Home Trends For 2022

Home trends for 2022

Have you made a vow to yourself that 2022 will be the year when you give your home some much-needed attention? We can’t think of a better Resolution. 

To turn a currently quite dated interior into an ultra-fashionable setting, it helps to know about the very latest home trends and what home renovators will be crazy for over the next 12 months. 

Handily, West Yorkshire Windows has done this homework for you and can give you a short rundown of three nailed on red-hot home trends for 2022, incorporating key colours and themes.

Multi-functional spaces

We’ve come to cherish our homes even more than normal over the past couple of years and boy, have they needed to work hard for us. 

In 2021, it was all about the home office, and now we’ll be looking towards making our rooms double and triple up for differing purposes in order to satisfy our ever-growing home needs. 

As well having a Peloton installed in your guest room to stay in trim, it could also have a foldaway desk in it, while your conservatory may need to offer a space for both relaxing and accommodating those conference calls with work.

A lady exercising

Grandmillennial style

Three years into the pandemic, we’re still very reliant on our homes providing us with comforting surroundings. 

Take your mind back and remember just how comfortable you used to feel in Grandma’s house – it felt like the safest place in the world.  This recollection has been the driving force behind the recent surge of the Grandmillennial theme. 

Keeping things a little less cluttered that they were in your Grandparent’s place, you can establish the Grandmillennial style by e.g. displaying old black and white family photographs on the mantelpiece, adding vintage China and chucking chintz cushions on the sofa. 

The calming atmosphere it heralds will be just what you need at a time like this.

A man on his laptop

White gets the boot

Too much white colour in your house is hardly inspiring or likely to enthuse you. 

A splash of Pantone’s 2022 Colour of the Year, “Very Peri”, will have the opposite impact, a lively periwinkle blue with rich violet undertones, that’s been invented from scratch. 

There will also be a nod to nature with many homeowners set to include earthy tones and colours in their living spaces, such as chocolate brown and terracotta. You can get leather sofas that carry these sorts of colours and / or introduce them through window treatments.

Very Peri, 2022 Pantone Colour of the Year

Feeling glum this January? Reimagining your home in such trend-setting ways will turn that glumness into glee. 

Get the project off the ground with the help of West Yorkshire Windows. We have product brochures you can download for FREE that will offer up additional ideas.

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