10 renovation trends you will see many of in 2022

“So many homeowners have been drawing inspiration from historical and organic references lately, which ties in with Yelp research showing that searches for reclaimed materials have increased by 38%. I see the majority of home projects in 2022 focusing on going back to the roots of materials. For example, if you’re removing painted cabinetry to reveal the unfinished walnut wood underneath, or replacing existing countertops with a marble slab with raw edges—there’s something utterly imperfect about reclaimed materials that help your space really tell a story.”—Jeremiah Brent, interior architect

“Plantlife has found its way into homes in more creative ways and we see innovation every day. Recently, herb fridges have become a new kitchen appliance that is not only full of function but also stylish and urban, with glass fronts that show off the greenery and add an organic touch to kitchen spaces.” —Devin Shaffer, senior interior designer at Decorilla online interior design

“The pandemic has created a realization of health, the environment and less materialism. With this in mind, reusing furniture, finding materials that support the environment, encourage recycling and have meaning will be popular next year. Not to mention that natural materials such as wood, rattan, clay, stone, etc. perfectly match any style, color or material. These textures add warmth and lightness to home decor and make us feel like we’re on vacation in our home, as many of us can’t travel.” —Farris Wu, Founder and CEO of DecorMatters

“Awareness of our environment and Mother Nature makes us aware of our carbon footprint and how we impact our planet. Using sustainable materials and lighting that uses less energy brings less guilt to the way we manage our planet, and luckily they look good too!” —Jhoiey Ramirez, Principal of the Sycamore collective

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connection with nature

“Homeowners have been demanding more natural light in their homes through larger window and door openings for years, and this trend is clearly continuing into 2022. People are increasing the natural light in their homes and creating a more direct connection with nature by adding doors, once there were windows, or adding larger windows for a greater sense of connection to the outside world. We’ve seen homeowners begin remodeling to replace more traditional patio doors with large panoramic versions to create a connection between indoor and outdoor spaces for more seamless transitions and a sense of freedom.” —Christine Marvin, Chief Marketing and Experience Officer at Marvin

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