The last year and a half has brought so much change since the pandemic hit and it has affected the way that we live and use our homes. People want to feel safe and comfortable. Since the lockdowns kept so many of us stuck at home, it really inspired us to want to make the most of our space. As a result, our homes have become a place of work, education, rest, entertainment, and eating. We’ve had to adjust and use our kitchens as home offices, our bedrooms as classrooms for our kids, and our living rooms as a place to exercise. Each room has had to become multi-functional as we transition to this new way of living.
So, with that being said, let's dive into the 2022 interior design trends you can expect in the coming year:
As mentioned above, the pandemic has shifted the way we use our spaces and has forced us to use our homes in more mult