Queens Home Interior Design Trends in 2022

Although the year is half over, it’s never too late to spruce up your home and hop on some of the latest interior design trends. Some of these trends have more staying power, while others will certainly make a statement! If you’re hoping to make your home in Queens the talk among your friends, here are some home interior design trends you’ll love in 2022. 

Of course, keep in mind that if you’re going to be moving in the near future and want to sell your home quickly, you might need to pick and choose which trends you follow, as they could hurt your home’s valuation

Let’s take a look at the latest home interior design trends for 2022. 

Neutrals: Shades of Brown

We’re often told that when we’re decorating our homes, we should stick to a neutral color palette so that potential buyers can focus on the features of the home. Well, guess what? Shades of browns are on trend this year, so you can turn your room into a cozy chocolate hug if you wanted to!

Bringing Nature Indoors

Although you live in the city, you can still enjoy nature by bringing elements inside. You can do this by decorating with plants, for sure, but why not go big? Large trees suitable for indoors like the black olive or a Southern magnolia will definitely satisfy any Queens dweller. 

If you don’t have a green thumb, you can still bring nature indoors by using natural surfaces like terracotta, marble, travertine, and stoneware in your designs. These materials look great as a backsplash in the kitchen or bathroom, decorative objects, and even pieces of furniture!

Make a Statement with Curved and Sculpture Furniture

Simple pieces of furniture with clean lines once were all the rage, but today’s homeowners are choosing sculptural furniture with curved lines. Furniture in this style creates a welcoming and friendly vibe that when you’re relaxing at home, adds to that feeling that you’re in a safe and luxurious space – as your home should be. 

Plaster Walls with Personality

Now, this trend may or may not be up your alley, but it’s still noteworthy. Antiquated plaster walls can give your abode a cultured feel, which is a welcomed change from the hustle and bustle you’re thrust into when you step outside. 

Do keep in mind that if you want to try this particular trend, we recommend hiring someone who knows how to achieve the desired look. Otherwise, your attempt to create a room that feels historical and elegant, could come off messy and not appealing at all. 

Play with Tactile Textures and Fabrics

Velvet furniture gives any space a luxurious feel, but why stop there? Jute rugs in unique patterns can give your room a strong foundation to build upon. Textured fabrics and textiles can add visual interest, to be sure. Some of the most popular textiles designers are gravitating toward, other than jute and velvet, include mohair, linen, rush, abaca, and tartans. 

If you’re hoping to turn your Queens home into one that your friends are going to envy, these design trends are certainly a great place to start!