5 Contemporary Design Trends Worth Considering
Are you considering updating your home decor this year or building a brand new home but need some inspiration on modern design ideas that can liven up your living space?
Whether you’re looking to update your living space or start a new home build, understanding modern design trends is crucial if you’re looking for a contemporary style that can make your home more appealing.
Read on to learn about five modern design trends you should consider for your home.
5 Modern Design Trends You Should Consider This Year
It’s 2022, and there are all sorts of new home design trends that can help liven up your home and add that modern touch. Here are five of them.
1. Natural Lighting
Natural lighting is becoming more and more popular in home design. Many homeowners add windows to their homes to create natural lighting that brings in natural light to create natural lighting.
More windows can also help reduce energy costs in the warmer and colder months.
Windows help with air circulation in a home, but they can also increase a home’s value.
2. Bring the Outdoors In
Bringing outdoor elements inside has become a significant home design trend in 2022. Biophilic design is a great way to bring nature inside to improve your decor and mental health. Adding a large patio right off the living room or kitchen, can also help bridge the gap between indoor and outdoor living!
We recommend using earth-inspired colours, indoor plants, natural lighting, and decorative objects like seashells or dried flowers.
3. Make it Personal
COVID has forever changed the way we use our homes. From over two years of back and forth quarantine to working from home and everything in between, more and more people are staying confined to their homes.
This has brought out a new trend in home design, which focuses more on personalization. Today, more and more people decorate their homes to mirror their interests, whether sports, toys, environment or anything in between.
Personalizing your home is a great way to show off your passion, personality, interests, and style. It’s also a great way to make your home more hospitable, warm, and welcoming. This is a great opportunity to add your own customized zoom background!
4. Green is IN
Green comes in earthy, spring-like tones that can brighten up a room and make it feel fresher. You can use green on walls, cabinets, accents, and more to liven up a room. In 2022, most companies agreed that green was the year’s colour.
Because it’s a natural colour, green is very relaxing. It brings energy and life to a room and creates a calming, peaceful vibe. Green is in fact a neutral colour, it is the background to everything outdoors.
5. Outdoor Living
Today, homeowners are constantly looking for ways to expand their outdoor spaces. Creating easy indoor-outdoor living that makes access to the outside simple is a great way to improve your home’s design.
Outdoor living allows families to enjoy the outdoors year-round and is a great way to add to the home’s value. It’s a great way to keep guests entertained, strengthen bonds with the family, and reduce stress.
If you’re thinking of building a new home and are curious about home design trends, speak to your builder or interior designer about different ways you can modernize your home today!
Building a home is challenging without the right custom home builder. Our team of award-winning Edmonton home designers can help you build your dream home. We provide our clients with a trusted and reliable level of service. We can design an energy-efficient home that fits your needs and lifestyle.
We will work with you every step of the way to build the home of your dreams.
Contact us today. We build homes we would be proud to live in ourselves. So let’s talk about your dream.
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