Houzz predicts 10 interior design trends for 2022


With the end of 2021, home improvement and design platform Houzz has released its top trending predictions for 2022. The full list, which is compiled from a community of over 65 million homeowners and over 2.7 million design professionals, understands the kitchen, bathroom, and exterior design trends and also touches on aging in place, durability and efficiency. Check out the 10 trends Houzz plans to take off next year below.

Sienna & Sage Interior Design © Andrew Giammarco Photography

Multiple window banks: With the rise of pantry walls, island bases optimized for storage, and lower cabinets that allow homeowners to skip upper cabinets, Houzz professionals predict homeowners will opt for extensive sets of windows. in 2022.

© Ariel Bleich Design

A relaxed casual look: While the American Houzz Kitchen Trends Study 2021 confirmed that all-white kitchens remain dominant, layered looks are gaining popularity. A more casual, less polished approach with softer paint colors, raw wood tones, and a mix of fronts and cabinet styles should increase.

© Asha Maía Design

Long linear backsplash tile: White subway tiles are a classic look for a kitchen backsplash, but many homeowners are looking for a modern touch on the material. The 4 x 12 inch white ceramic tile gives a timeless feel while its elongated shape gives it a fresh and updated look.

© Maisons Hines

Regular storage: While the general function of cabinets has not changed much over the years, the interior of cabinets has changed dramatically. Drawers bring pantry items from the back of cabinets to the front, special shelves lift heavy appliances from a lower cabinet to counter height, and drawer dividers organize plates and bowls.

Delphinium Design © Tiffany Ringwald Photography

Shower head and multiple jets: According to the American Houzz 2021 Bathroom Trends Study, more than half (55%) of homeowners who update their shower choose a rainfall showerhead, almost a quarter (23%) ) opt for dual shower heads and 16% add body jets.

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Sleek design to age in place: These days, universal design prioritizes products and features that are as beautiful as they are functional. Rimless showers, non-slip flooring and shower benches have become desirable and stylish features for homeowners of all ages.

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Heated bathroom floors: When Houzz asked over 50 professionals which bathroom feature they recommend the most to homeowners, one thing stood out above the rest: heated floors. A cold tiled floor can spoil a spa-like experience, and heated floors are relatively inexpensive and easy to install.

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Desired durability and efficiency: Sustainable building practices have long been central to environmentalists’ concerns, but recent shifts in the global dialogue have sparked a new wave of adoption. Windows and high-performance solar panels help homeowners reduce their energy use, while native trees and grasses can help create water-efficient landscapes.

© Alterra landscaping

Outdoor living rooms that look like indoor rooms: Houzz research data has shown that people want their backyards to be relaxing extensions of their indoor spaces. There have been major advancements in outdoor materials, allowing manufacturers to create stylish and durable sofas, tables, rugs, chairs and outdoor decorations.

© Jillian Richey Design

Outdoor privacy: As homeowners increasingly expand their available living space outdoors, many are hiring landscaping professionals for screens, fencing, planting, and other strategies that help create intimate spaces and room separation. neighbors, or to block an unwanted view.


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