Home Building Design Trends in 2022

With the new year here, are you ready to build the home of your dreams? 

The new year is a great time to start fresh, whether that is renovating your kitchen, redesigning your living room, or completing a luxury custom build. Let’s take a look at some home design trends in 2022 that we are noticing.

Although the style of our home’s design is not our primary responsibility at Chatsworth we need to be intimately acquainted with the nuts and bolts of how the disparate parts are assembled into a cohesive finished product. Often designers will run draft ideas by us to get input into practical solutions. A team effort almost always yields the best results.

In our recent projects the design trends in 2022 we are seeing are a mix of all genres, ultra modern, transitional and contemporary. 

These styles all persist with a firm foothold, declaring themselves to be a definite style versus a fad. A theme has emerged and continues in a willingness to not only depart from dictums of the past but flaunt with dashes of fun throughout whichever design style is adopted. Bold playful accents embellish the room which hitherto would have been considered monotonous.

It’s no different with our project in Caledon. Jane Lockhart of Marilyn Dennis TV show fame spearheads the design with her competent team of skilled designers. Before we talk about style, I must pause by commenting on what a pleasure it is to work with Jane and her team. They are diligent, proficient, creative and customer-focused. Couple those qualities with simply great ideas and an eye for the budget we feel it’s a winning recipe. 

Well back to the design trends in 2022

We are seeing more organic designs with earth tones and “brassy’ metal making a comeback. 

Colours are becoming bolder and making statements as neutrals are taking a relative back seat.  Good design is perennial but the interior designer’s interpretation can bring alive otherwise flat and rehashed motifs. What do I mean by that? Take, for instance, classical trim, we are seeing a re-statement of the “orders of architecture” themes but with a boldness reminiscent of the 1920s and 1970s, accompanied by geometrics and some shine, or Eclat as the French have it! 

When we look back on a year’s time, whatever design theme tends to define the year it will be an interesting journey, and my bet is it will be a “daring” year.

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