While it’s always fascinating to discover what the newest home décor trends are for 2022, we’ll be reevaluating our priorities and opting for quiet and soothing over edgy and over the top.
Plenty of trends are following us into 2022, from adding fresh plant life to neutral colour schemes to DIY embellishments. Trying to include a lot of diverse alternatives at once, on the other hand, might be overwhelming—so where do you begin?
Not only can our zodiac signs provide insight into our personalities, but they can also help us style and build our homes to best suit our needs. Find out which home décor style for 2022 is perfect for you by looking at your zodiac sign below.
ENTANGLED SPACES (ARIES)
As the year progressed, the distinction between various rooms became less evident, and this tendency is expected to continue into 2022. As an Aries, you prefer to move from place to place with minimal interruption; you want to get things done fast and easily. You have no problem with a more open concept notion as long as the room isn’t congested.
TAURUS: OPULENT TEXTILES
Taurus, comfort is virtually your middle name. Using diverse textures and patterns to layer may help bring any space to life, as well as provide some significant comfort after a hard day. It’s crucial to you that your room doesn’t feel like it’s falling flat, whether you utilise soft textures to offer a flash of colour or just to add depth to a more neutral, peaceful setting.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPACES (GEMINI)
This comes as no surprise, Gemini, given your proclivity for juggling many projects at once. You’re already rocking the bedroom/office work-from-home vibe, and your living room has certainly hosted many more activities than just watching Netflix. While you may rearrange things, you’re unlikely to abandon the multi-purpose room idea in 2022—especially if you’re working with a limited area.
DIY ACCENTS FOR CANCER
The DIY home decor fad isn’t going away next year. Making personalised home décor elements has become a mainstay, not just for individuals looking for a way to pass the time, but also for those who understand how many attractive objects they can make themselves without sacrificing style or budget—like you, Cancer. Your fondness for personal touches and emotive values fits right in with this style.
FURNITURE WITH A MID-CENTURY INFLUENCE (LEO)
Mid-century modern designs are a popular addition to many modern homes. Some analysts expect an increase in statement-making trends like curved furniture—and who better to make a statement than you, Leo? You’re not afraid to go against the trend in order to highlight your home, and replacing furniture with sharp, rigid lines with something softer and more glamorous is right up your alley.
PLANT LIFE FOR VIRGO
The concept of incorporating more plant life into our homes will continue in 2022. We’ve been collecting additional plant species to serve as a fresh dosage of colour and life into our environment to get a breath of fresh air and a feeling of bringing the outdoors in. Bringing in a variety of plant life that ranges in ability level from beginner to an expert makes sense, Virgo, given your propensity for caretaking and attention to detail—and you would be the person who would devote the time to completely ensuring that all of your plants are taken care of.
SHADES OF GREEN FOR LIBRA
Green has been making a big splash in the decorating industry lately, and it’s simple to see why. Various shades of green are weaving their way into homes, whether it’s an affinity for plant life or an attempt to inspire earthy tones that make our indoor spaces feel more connected to the outdoors—something you’re definitely on board with, Libra. Some experts even anticipate a colour combination of green and pink, which would be ideal for you—the charisma, charm, and combination of warmth and grounding will be crucial for you in 2022.
STATEMENT LIGHTING FOR SCORPIO
As we go into the new year, a rise in statement lighting appears to be piquing people’s curiosity. Lighting that is both creative and utilitarian is an excellent choice for you, Scorpio. You want lighting that can be changed to your mood to create ambiance, so a few tiny lighting options scattered throughout your home may be the best way to add items that make a statement without overpowering the sanctuary you’ve built.
JAPANDI STYLE FOR SAGITTARIUS
In 2022, a blend of Scandinavian and Japanese-inspired elements will be seen. The sustainable, minimalist style evokes a sense of simplicity while including aesthetic elements. While you may not have been able to get out as often as you’d want, you’ve been focusing more on your home and creating a space that is both comfortable and relaxed, so the Japandi style is an excellent trend for you to implement this year.
NEUTRAL COLOR SCHEMES FOR CAPRICORN
While neutral tones will always be popular, the desire for stability and a serene environment will continue to influence our home décor choices in the coming year. Neutral palettes create a relaxing foundation that may work with a range of styles, and as a Capricorn who values both reliability and style, it’s no surprise that you’ll be completely embracing earthy, natural hues in your home.
AQUARIUS: LONG-TERM MATERIALS
Over the last few years, our collective gaze has shifted to more sustainable materials in our purchases—and with good cause. Repurposing products or selecting used, attractive solutions rather than spending a lot of money on something new has become a much more frequent concept in our day-to-day lives, particularly for budgeting and attempting to plan forward for the future. Given your desire to truly want the world to be a better place and want to do your part in supporting that process, Aquarius, you’re typically connected with eco-friendly and sustainable ways.
VINTAGE FLAIR FOR PISCES
You, like your Aquarius friends, will probably gravitate toward repurposing older pieces in your home design, which is understandable given that retro aesthetics appear to be making a comeback in 2022. You have a nostalgic streak and enjoy embracing artistic, sentimental artefacts from the past and repurposing them. You have plenty of options for incorporating antique notions into your house, including thrift stores, flea markets, and even receiving older pieces from relatives who aren’t using them any longer.