10 Home Renovation Trends You’ll See Frequently in 2022

“A lot of homeowners have been inspired by historical and organic references recently, which combined with Yelp research shows searches for reclaimed materials increased by 38%. I can see the majority of home projects in 2022 centered around getting back to the root of materials. For example, Strip the lacquered cabinets to expose the unfinished walnut wood underneath or replace existing countertops with raw-edged marble slab—there’s just something not quite so perfect about reclaimed materials that help your space begin telling a story.” –Jeremiah Brent, Interior Designer

“Plantlife has been making its way into homes in more creative ways, and we are seeing innovations happen every day. Recently, herbal refrigerators have become a new feature of kitchen appliances that are not only full of functionality but also stylish and urban with glass showcases that showcase greenery adding an organic touch to kitchen spaces.” –Devin Shaffer, Principal Interior Designer at Decorilla Online Interior Design

“The pandemic has created a perception of health, the environment and being less materialistic. However, reusing furniture, the pursuit of materials that support the environment, promote recycling, and carry meaning will become commonplace next year. Not to mention that natural materials such as wood, straw, clay, stone etc. They go perfectly with any style, color, or material. These textures add warmth and lightness to home décor and make us feel like we’re on vacation in our own home since so many of us are unable to travel.” –Farris Wu, founder and CEO of decoration

“Awareness of our environment and Mother Nature makes us aware of our carbon footprint and how we affect our planet. Using sustainable materials and lighting that consumes less energy reduces guilt about how we run our planet, and luckily, it looks good too!” –Juhui Ramirez, Director Sycamore pool

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Connecting with nature

“Homeowners have been asking for more natural light in their homes through larger openings for windows and doors for years, and this trend is clearly continuing into 2022. People are increasing natural light in their homes and creating a more direct connection with nature by adding doors where there have been windows with once, or adding larger windows for a greater sense of connection to the outdoors. We’ve noticed homeowners embark on a remodeling work to replace more traditional patio doors with large, scenic versions to create a connection between indoor and outdoor spaces to achieve smoother transitions and a sense of freedom.” –Kristen Marvin, Head of Marketing and Experience at Marvin

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