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Top trends for 2022

Transform your space with the looks we're loving this year...

by Chloé Jones

Window Solutions and Styling Expert

Published: 04/01/2022

A new year is a great time for a new look. Reinvent and refresh your space for the year ahead with these unmissable interior design trends.

Whether you're jumping in with a complete overhaul for 2022, redecorating a tired-looking room or just want to keep up with the latest home styles, let us inspire your home transformations.

 

Sensory delight

A chance to experiment with your décor, zig-zags, looping lines, stripes and colour blocking combined with rich texture define this versatile story.

The Zaha Sunrise curtains from our exclusive Margo Selby collection are a perfect way to bring this trend to life.

The bright flashes of ochre add a fresh and uplifting feel to this space while the woven texture highlights the intricate details of the fabric for a luxurious finishing touch.

Dial up with bold design choices or down with a few wooden, woven and rattan accessories.

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Expert tip

Pip Rich, Executive Editor, Livingetc
Window dressings are a great way to introduce pattern - you can draw them back in the mornings and just see a slither of pattern, before being wrapped up in their sumptuousness when you close them at night.
Pip Rich, Executive Editor, Livingetc

Sunny state

Driven by a need for optimism and joyfulness, this trend celebrates self-expression, looking to zesty pops of colour with citrus shades and sunshine yellow taking centre stage.

Bring this sunny state of mind into your home this year with the bold safari feel of our Hillarys x Livingetc collection. Combining a global aesthetic with a vintage boho Ibizan vibe, these Roman blind and curtain fabrics offer a joyful mix of patterns and vibrant colour to enrich your home with creativity.

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Organically formed

An increased focus on sustainability is a broader trend that impacts many aspects of our daily lives, including how we furnish our homes. Take a green approach to decorating by using natural materials such as wood, stone and bamboo – they’ll make the space feel extra warm and cosy. To give you eco credentials even more of a boost, take a look at our range of Conscious Roller blinds featuring recycled fabrics made from 100% recycled polyester yarn.

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Decorate with the colour of the moment

For the first time ever Pantone colour experts have created a brand new shade to be named Pantone Colour of the Year 2022.

Summing up a ‘moment of transition as we move into a world forever changed by the pandemic’, ‘Very Peri’ is a vibrant periwinkle blue with violet red undertones.

Displaying a ‘spritely, joyous attitude’ its dynamic presence is just what we need right now!

Bring 'Very Peri’ to life

Is it blue? Is it purple? Is it somewhere in between? From a tonal Peri hue to a full on colour pop, there's something undeniably soothing about this shade. Here are just a few ways you can bring this dreamy colour into your home.

With its hazy shades of violet, mauve and blue, Abyss Aura will bring a sense of serenity and stillness that will transform any room into a haven of tranquillity. Lora Steel Blue sees a simple and energising palette balancing the warmth and softness of a beautifully crafted fabric while Drift Indigo is bold and dramatic with the wavy pattern adding zeal and character to your window. Available in both Roman and curtain fabrics, we’ve plenty of ways to bring this colour story home.

Privacy mode

Set the scene for quiet moments with loved ones and friends with this calming trend. It’s all about seclusion and creating an inviting, cocoon-like space to provide the perfect antidote to the cult of busy.

We’ve chosen the Drift Alabaster Roman blind for the window in this cosy reading nook. Pair with a rich palette of earthy browns, rustic, tufted textiles and snuggly knits to create the perfect backdrop for complete solitude.

Look out for out new capsule collection Calm Living launching early this year for more of this trend.

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Expert tip

Abigail Ahern, Interior designer
I like to have a room that feels restorative, where I can come away from the noises of the house. I use an earthy palette and beautiful reference points of black to make a space feel super sophisticated as well as cocooning.
Abigail Ahern, Interior designer

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