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February Interior Design Ideas To Spruce Up Your Home In 2022
Dated: January 26 2022
As 2022 continues, you may be looking to spruce up your home with some new interior design trends. There are so many fun, trending designs that you can incorporate into your home to stay on trend in the new year! Read below for some fun design inspiration.
1.) Fun Wallpaper
Fun wallpaper is a great way to add a pop of color to your bedroom, living room, or even bathroom! There are so many options to choose from, and you can go for a more neutral wallpaper if you just want to add a subtle design. If you want to have the option to just test it out and see if you'd like it, try peel and stick wallpaper first!
2.) Color in the Kitchen
White and black kitchens will always look great, but recently adding a pop of color in the kitchen has become more popular! Green, blue, and even sometimes pink kitchens have been taking over Pintrest, and they are a great way to add some personal touch to a room you spend a lot of time in!
Archways have always been a timeless addition to your home, but simple archways are making a huge style comeback. Add one to your entryway for some new flair in your home. If you are not sure you are ready for an archway in your house, try some furniture or paint with arches to test it out!
4.) Vintage Furniture
Mixing old and new furniture is a new 2022 trend, and incorporating restored vintage furniture into a modern home is a great way to add character. Search local antique shops and vintage stores for fun pieces to add to your living room or bedroom!
Trying out these interior design trends in your home this year is a great idea to change up your space. There are so many big and small ways to incorporate these trends into your home in 2022. Be sure to try them out!
About Dan Lorentz, ABR, CRS, Founder & Team Leader of Greater Charleston Properties: Founder and Team Leader of the Greater Charleston Properties Team, Dan Lorentz, has lived in the Charleston, SC ....