Exterior Design Trends 2022: What to look for this coming year.
As the cold weather sets in, and the holidays begin to approach us, we all start looking ahead to the new year. Many of us will make new resolutions and focus on ways to make positive changes to our lives for the next year. Most will focus on themselves, but why not focus on all aspects of your life, including your home. In 2021, we saw many different home trends, and while some will stay, many will go. In this blog you will find our top trends for your home coming in 2022.
Vintage Meets Modern
Many trend forecasters as suspecting more vintage items to be incorporated in all aspects of life. The popular design can be classified as "Mid-Century Modern". Mid-Century design was prevalent during the 1940s-1960s. It features wooden and arched furniture and fixtures. This style became prevalent post WWII, as many were searching for a change. Incorporating lines and texture is going to be extremely popular in this next year. To make this look more modernized we can incorporate colors such as white and black to give a more modern feel on a classic look. We are leaning away from a perfect look to something more curved and unique.
Stones to Consider:
Black Mexican Beach Pebble
In 2021, we saw a lot of neutrals, and this trend is here to stay. Bringing in natural elements from the earth has become increasingly more popular when it comes to your exterior and interior design. By incorporating neutrals like browns, tans, whites, and grays you are able to add touches of color where needed without becoming overwhelmed. By having a neutral base, you are able to switch up colorful and trendy elements more cost effectively than re-doing your entire space each year.
Hues of green, brown and white will be found on every corner in this coming year. Whether it is through paint, decor, or decorative stone you can be sure to see these colors. To keep your look more modern try adding a touch of color to break up the neutrals.
Stones to Consider:
We can expect to see a lot of texture this year. Keeping the Mid-Century Modern design in mind, we can expect to see a lot of woods paired with other textured pieces. This means we will see a lot of stone siding, walls and loose gravel.
If there is one thing we have learned, it is that history repeats itself. Whether in fashion trends or home designs you can be sure it will become popular once again. No matter what your style may be, you are able to add these changes into your home with ease. The great thing about the upcoming trends is they are fairly neutral and easy to add new and fun elements as time goes on.
If you have questions on what materials will work best for you contact our experts today to point you in the right direction!