2022 Home Design Trends to Look Out For This New Year: Redfin Blog Featuring The StyerGroup
Amy Tahtabrounian, founder of The StyerGroup, is one of the featured designers interviewed in Redfin’s January 2022 blog post, “2022 Home Design Trends to Look Out For This New Year.”
While it may be hard to believe, 2022 is officially here. The past two years have shaped our lives in countless ways, from schools transitioning to online learning and businesses moving toward a more hybrid approach, to a heightened focus on well-being and renewed relationship with nature. It’s also influenced the way we view our homes, what we need from our homes, and ultimately how we want to live. After all, our homes play a more vital role than ever in our daily lives. The desire for stability and comfort were the driving force for many of the home design trends in 2021. So, what’s ahead in 2022?
This year, expect to see more color and patterns, a blending of old and new pieces, a blurring of the lines between the interior and exterior, and more. While you certainly don’t have to follow trends to a tee, getting a glimpse at what’s to come can be the perfect way to get inspired. Whether you’re living in Miami, FL, or Vancouver, CA, here are the emerging home design trends some of the most talented experts predict will dominate in 2022.
Home Design Trends in 2022 Continue to Value Space
“Social distancing in the home’s open areas allows families to congregate safely. Natural raw materials and eclectic environments seem to be a home design trend that dominates the social distancing model bringing environments and tactical appeal indoors. With materials being harder to obtain due to labor shortages and the pandemic, less involved, stock, and local materials are being considered and worked around creating new environments.”
— Amy Tahtabrounian | Founder of StyerGroup Design Build
Read the entire story on the Redfin blog covering the latest housing news, trends and advice — StyerGroup featured and published in The Blue Book Building and Construction Network magazine, and written by Heather Beal:
[ Read the article on the Redfin blog covering the latest housing news, trends and advice… ]