2022 Interior Design Trends: A Guide To Renovate Your House In 2022.

Mohit Bansal Chandigarh
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Planning to renovate your house? Here are 8 interior design trends which will instantly bring your home back in the game. 

Before getting into what you need to have in 2022 you need to know what you need to remove from your house so that you can get a clear plan as to what you will need to add or renovate. Boxy sofas, square-shaped sofas, no-purpose furniture items, only whites, boucle fabric, open kitchen or open floor plans, boho vibes, retro vibes, or monochromatic interiors. etc. need to be eliminated from your house as they do not work in 2022. 

Now that we have cleared up what you don’t need, let’s talk about what renovation your house needs according to the trends – 

The evergreen shades of brown

Brown and its shades never go out of style and are one of the evergreen colors in the interior world. In previous years we saw neutral shades of brown such as caramel, beige, etc. but in 2022 you can use more dark shades of brown such as chocolate brown, earthy browns, etc. which will compliment the other interior in the home. You can also look for deep oranges and rusty colors. Choose these colors not only for your walls but for your furniture as well. 

The evergreen shades of brown  Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Multi-Tasking in 2022

Do you always feel that you have less storage in your house? If that is the case it is because you didn’t use the space to its fullest. But now is the time to make your every room a multi-tasker room that can fulfill many of your uses. Multifunctionality is the way to renovate your house so that this time you don’t go out of storage or space. If you have extra space in the bathroom, create a walk-in wardrobe or convert your bed into a Murphy bed so that you can dump all the unwanted stuff there. 

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Surrounded by Nature

Get yourself rid of all the glass furniture and load your house with plants whether real or artificial. Indoor and outdoor plants give a lush feeling around the house and let’s not forget the benefits of planting plants. You can use plants like sweetheart plants, monstera, palm, etc.  Other than that, you can also use furniture made which are more plant-based or nature-based such as stoneware, terracotta, marble, etc. Use more earthy and organic furniture to compliment your indoor plants and the shades of brown!

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Blooming technology

It is 2022 and time to lose out on the old switches and the old lock and key. Bring in the new technology switches and digital lock to be more upgraded and give your house a modern look. Bring in smart furniture and smart gadgets to control your lights, security, and other things in the house. Buy devices that give a futuristic look to your house. 

Blooming technology | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh


It is high time and everyone needs to think about sustainable items not only in daily life routine but also in interior designs and furniture. Sustainability means using the right items which do not affect the environment and your pocket as well. You can upcycle your waste furniture and make it all together into a new one which can refrain you from buying more materials. You can use vintage antique items to save some money in your pocket. 

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The year of mismatch

Do not hesitate in trying different designs with different fabrics. Mismatching can bring out some amazing ideas and outcomes. You can use different materials together such as a piece of wood, stone, and metal, all are used together. Use black and white photography on colorful walls, just play around with different things together to know what fits your house the best. 2022 is not the year to go typical with interior designs. 

The year of mismatch | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Priority to necessity

You need to understand the concept of less is more with also maximizing the utility of your room. Maximizing the utility does not mean creating furniture in every inch of your room. ‘Less is more ‘ is an aesthetic that still stays in 2022. Lose out the decorative items which are not important to you and are there just to fill out space. Keep your necessities your priorities. 

Priority to necessity | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Handcrafting and DIY

With the pandemic still not finished many people prefer creating items on their own and trying DYING furniture for their house. You can do the same like trying texture paintings for your room, creating macrame items, and many more such things which add some value and memories to your house. Handcrafted items show much hard work and effort put into a house. 

Handcrafting and DIY  | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

These were some of the interior design trends which you can follow if you are ready to innovate your house in 2022.

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