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Set the table according to the colour trends with glasses from Aida.
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The colours in our interior design often vary and in 2022 we are daring to inject more colour into our everyday lives. Just as with our interior details in general, it is noticeable that we have gone through a couple of difficult years and so we want to surround ourselves with interior design and colours that create a safe, peaceful feeling and that also give us plenty of energy. Here are seven colour trends we will be keeping our eye on this year:
1. Sky blue
2. Shades of purple
3. Mint green
4. Diluted colours
5. Burnt tones
7. Colour Blocking
Choose how you want to apply the interior colour trends 2022 – a tablecloth, interior details or even paint. The choice is yours.
Blue is a calming colour that contributes to a peaceful feeling in the home, and it is also considered to increase our productivity. Shades of blue are constantly recurring among interior design colour trends and for 2022 our top shade is sky-blue. It is a fresh colour that works perfectly in all kinds of detailing - from walls and larger furniture to smaller interior details.
A colour that connects strongly to our interiors in 2022 is without a doubt purple. Purple is even the colour of the year 2022 according to Pantone, who have developed their own colour called Very Peri which combines the best of blue shades with violet-red undertones. This fresh interpretation of violet shows how several lovely shades of purple will move into our homes in 2022. Our top tip for decorating with purple is to use the rule of three: three things in the same colour, such as a pillow, a blanket and a vase. In this way, you get a pop of colour into your interior without feeling that it is taking over.
In the same spirit of fresh, lively colours such as sky blue and shades of purple, 2022 will see a lovely mint green shade take centre stage in our interiors. Green is the perfect colour to bring nature into our homes, it gives us positive energy boost and creates balance - something we are more than happy to surround ourselves with in 2022.
A large part of colour trends in 2022 is watered-down colours. We do not see many clear, bright colours next year, but more muted, matte and almost watered-down colours - preferably in the three pastel colours above.
One interior trend that we are sure to see more of in 2022 is the desert theme and therefore plenty of burnt tones of yellow, orange and red. These colours work beautifully in the form of textiles, or interior details such as a vase or even items of smaller furniture for a pop of colour.
One way to decorate with the colour trends 2022 is to invest in contrasts! Colour blocking is part of this, but the trendiest contrasts in 2022 will be black and white. This classic gets an update where we see a new shade of white and a new shade of black take the stage. To achieve this look you should start with interior details and furniture, not so much the painted walls - we would rather see these in one of the other colour trends for 2022.
Pairing colours that are opposites on the colour wheel, is a playful and fresh take on colour trends for 2022. Dare to challenge your interior and combine blocks of green with red, purple with yellow and give your home get a wonderful energy boost for the new year.
Give your home energy with invigorating accents in the colour blocking style!
Interior design trends tend to be relatively easy to absorb and are easy to incorporate into your home. Colour trends on the other hand can be a little more difficult as we often like to stick to neutral colours for larger areas of the home. Sure, you can keep your white, grey or beige walls, repainting requires both time and commitment, but dare to challenge your interior by incorporating the colour trends 2022 in alternative ways. Start small and find out which colour suits your style with the help of smaller interior details. Candlesticks, vases pillows or posters - these are an excellent way to experiment with new colours in the home!
Text Arijana Kapic
Photo: Broste Copenhagen, Aida, Angeliqa Daldorph