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Top 5 Interior Design trends making a comeback in 2022

It can be hard to keep up with all the interior design changes. Styles and trends change regularly, it’s no longer a once-a-year thing. You can finish decorating your room today and discover next week that you’re already unfashionable and need to update your space again.

This is the reason so many people opt for neutral colours when decorating. It allows you to change soft furnishings and acknowledge trends without having to constantly purchase new items. In fact, it is one of the reasons that the large jute rug has become a popular, stylish, and practical choice. Of course, if you are keen on keeping up with all the latest trends then you’ll want to know what interior design trends are making a comeback in 2022.

1. Biophilic Design

Biophilic design encourages you to connect with the natural world. The trend centres on creating environments that are calming with plenty of natural light and fresh air. Naturally, you’ll want to add plants to help provide the connection to the world around you. Just make sure they are easy to maintain unless you have green fingers.

"This is what I prayed for. A piece of land – not so very big, with a garden and, near the house, a spring that never fails, and a bit of wood to round it off". Horace, Roman Poet, 30 BC

Biophilic design is not a new phenomenon. People have always sought to bring nature into their homes and public places and we can find the inspiration from the natural world making its way into design often throughout history.

Biophilia also helps stimulate our senses. Whether with the presence of water, live walls or through clever play of light and shadows that change through the day to emulate what happens in nature.

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