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A New Year means new opportunities, and we are excited for what the future holds. As a new year begins, we have started to investigate what trends will be on the rise in the upcoming months. If you are interested in spicing up or changing the style of your home in 2022, these trends may help steer you in the right direction.


After years of the sophisticated gray palette featured in most homes, we find people are opting for a warmer living space. We have seen neutral colors on the rise in the last few years, so now a bold brown will take the stage to create a distinct and inviting space...but never be scared to hold back on cabernet;).

a touch of nature

As people incorporate more neutral colors into their homes to create a sense of comfort, natural touches will go hand-in-hand. We find more people connecting with nature through plants and earthy prints and pieces. If you are working from home, this is a great opportunity to bring the outside world into your living spaces.

vintage furniture

With sustainability inspired movements taking off in many industries, you can incorporate sustainable pieces into your home as well. People are starting to take less notice of trendy pieces and focusing more on their personal style. This allows everyone to shop for timeless and traditional pieces from different eras that match their style.

bold and patterns

As people start to shift from the minimalistic white and gray style, we will see more bold colors and patterns. We will see bright colors through rugs, art, and even couches. This is a great opportunity to brighten up and add personality to a space that your family spends a lot of time in.

statement pieces

While people may begin to include vintage furniture and décor into their homes, contemporary statement pieces can be used to add a modern twist to the room. A great way to incorporate a modern piece is through a luxe mirror or piece of art. We will see modern pieces mixed with vintage classics incorporated into many living spaces.

darker kitchens

We saved the most jarring for last! As we see people begin to add more of their personal style into their homes and décor, we will also start to see less of the white kitchens. This is an opportunity to create a more inviting and family friendly cooking area. Let’s face it, white kitchens are a recipe for disaster with young kids! Don’t worry though if you aren’t ready to give it up, your white kitchen will always look classic and tasteful!

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