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The top interior design trends to look out for in 2022

Updated: Dec 21, 2021

1. Natural Materials

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In 2022, homeowners are living responsibly by incorporating natural materials like natural wood, travertine, limestone, granite, quartzite, dolomite and slate into their spaces. Not only does this promote sustainability, but it also brings the notion of outdoor living and organic elegance to every room in the house.


2. Marble-Look Porcelain

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More than ever, bold, veiny slabs will be hot this year, and are here to stay. Think wall panels, floors, countertops, dining tables, and bathroom details. Marble-look porcelain is a highly popular choice, as it is durable, bacteria and stain resistant, and has the beauty of a natural stone like marble.


3. Shades of Green

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The pandemic has made us more appreciative of the outdoors and of nature. Green, the color of the year announced by Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams, also symbolizes growth and renewal; a new beginning. What a perfect time to incorporate this color as we head into 2022. We recommend using our green Moroccan zellige tiles, balanced with decorative tiles or warm-toned porcelain slabs to create a traditional, yet current look.


4. Bold and Colorful

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As we begin to have hope and positivity for the future, we are leaving behind the boring all-white kitchens and bathrooms. Designer Mandy Cheng promises that bright, bold and optimistic color combinations are making an entrance to create more appealing spaces, and are a sign of confidence in the design world. If you’re looking to add some drama to your space, consider incorporating durable porcelain slabs for your countertops, or geometric tiles to your floors or walls. A designer wallpaper may do the trick as well. Whether the style of your home is retro, modern, contemporary, classic, or mid-century, the incorporation of bold colors are sure to cause excitement.


5. Inspired by Travel

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After putting a brief hold on travel during the pandemic, the opportunity to see and experience outer cultures has been liberating, and will transform design this coming year. We will begin to see influences from countries like Morocco, Italy, France and Spain.


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