Below, you’ll find the top 5 most sought-after architectural design and interior decorating trends of 2022.
1. White Coffee Tables
Coffee tables in browns, whites, and grays adorned with wood or a metal framework are on-trend for 2022. Consider a whitewash coffee table to neutrally enhance the other furniture colors in your living space.
The White Coffee Table with chipboard is rectangular and sleek with clean lines. Shelving on either side of the table legs is an updated way to add more display space to your coffee table.
Our White Coffee Table with Exclusive Design includes tempered glass with a metal frame and 2 layers at the bottom that are diagonally parallel to one another. Whimsically transparent, you will love the essence it brings to your living area. Bring joy to your morning routine by brewing your morning coffee on this beautiful white coffee table.
2. Curved Chairs
Chairs and couches adorned with soft lines and curved designs are on-trend for 2022. Consider a relaxing chair that will help you get comfy as you wind down for the day in your living space.
The vidaXL Relaxing Chair is made with real brown leather so you can lean back thanks to its curved design. This design looks like a mini hammock without having to tie it to a tree.
Try the foldable Relaxing Chair design made with real black or dark brown leather. Its wooden rectangular framework stands strong so you can relax outside and then fold it up for storage when not in use.
3. Smaller Scale Homes
Large houses are becoming a thing of the past as smaller-scale homes are increasing in precedence. Plus, this eco-friendly architectural design is saving construction workers time and money in building homes while costing less for home buyers.
This architectural design trend embraces minimalism to where you are using only the space in your home in which you spend the most time. You can only fit so much in a smaller scale home, which encourages homeowners to reduce cutter and pursue a more minimalist lifestyle.
4. DIY Architectural Design
You can roll up your sleeves and get involved in building your home. When you order a DIY architecture kit, everything comes to you pre-packaged and measured so all you have to do is follow the instructions to put it together. Of course, these kits are for smaller-scale homes for the minimalist at heart.
If you are not comfortable with completely doing it yourself, enlist the help of other family and friends. When you are finished, you can admire your handiwork and get that little bit more enjoyment from your home knowing how much effort you put into it.
5. Solar Power is the New Energy Source
Electric bills pile up quickly. The newer trend of the past few years is to harness the potential of solar power. If you have a smaller home, solar panels are a greener alternative to powering your house. You can save money each year depending on your energy consumption.