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Our Pick Of 2022’s Biggest Home Trends


Home trends for 2022

How long is it since you last gave your home some attention? If it’s been some time, one of your New Year Resolutions should include embarking on a home improvement project. 

Your house will be all the better for it, just as long as you implement changes that are fashionable and not behind the times. 

That will require you having some knowledge of current trends. 

Don’t worry if you don’t as Speedy can fill you in on what are set to be some of 2022’s hottest home trends:

Multi-functional spaces

During lockdown, we were restricted to our homes and had to get as much out of them as possible. 

Millions of workers had no choice but to turn a room into a makeshift office, and in 2022, some people will look to go one step further, and have rooms that don’t just double-up, but triple-up for various functions. 

For example, a guest room won’t just be a place for accommodation. It could also be an exercise room, complete with a Peloton for fitness purposes, and an office area, thanks to the addition of a foldaway desk. 

Conservatories and orangeries are also locations that are perfect for multifunctionality.

A lady exercising

Grandmillennial style

We’ve just entered the third year of the pandemic now, so it’s no wonder that we have an urge for comfort at home. 

What’s the most comfortable home you ever remember being in? For lots of millennials, it’s their Grandparent’s place, which has led to them trying to recreate this feeling in their own living spaces, something that’s been coined the ‘Grandmillennial’ style. 

The antithesis to minimalism, the theme can be achieved with the addition of chintz, kitsch ornaments, velvet and fringed sofas, black and white family photos etc. 

In the confines of a Grandmillennial themed space, an air of calmness will descend over you in the most joyous of atmospheres.

A man on his laptop

No more white

The muted coldness of white doesn’t seem appropriate for such times, which will see many people experimenting with their colour choices. 

Expect to see hints of Pantone’s 2022 Colour of the Year, “Very Peri”, in many indoor spaces, a vibrant periwinkle blue with rich violet undertones that was specially created by the branding company. 

It’s also anticipated that earthy tones and colours will be used to replace old colour schemes, such as warm brown shades like chocolate brown and terracotta. 

You will often find leather sofas in these colours, something to think about if your current seating could do with being upgraded. Window treatments can also incorporate brown shades.

Very Peri, 2022 Pantone Colour of the Year

So, what are you waiting for? Why not make a start today! 

But just before you do, have a look through our product brochures and see if there’s anything in them that might be worth investing in. FREE copies can be downloaded here.


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