The Top 5 Luxury Interior Design Trends to Know this Winter 2022
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Fall-Winter is upon us, which means that hosting and entertaining season is kicking into high gear. If you have an upcoming dinner party or festive brunch, and you need inspiration and on-trend interior design ideas for fall-winter entertaining, look no further. Here’s our round-up of the top five luxury interior design trends for Winter 2022.
what’s on trend in luxury interior design for fall-winter 2022?
So what’s the best way to stay up to date sans a complete overhaul? We had a chance to catch up with interior designer Gwynne McCue of Gwynne McCue Interiors and she believes there are a number of ways to incorporate new hot trends into your home while still maintaining a timeless appeal.
From warming your color palette through cozy new accessories to integrating one of a kind vintage pieces and layering on varying textures, here’s what Gwynne thinks will be the top five interior design trends for autumn/winter 2022 and how to blend them into your current space.
The top 5 luxury interior design trends to know for Fall-winter 2022
Gwynne noted that warmer tones of brown, taupe and caramels are making a comeback, replacing cool gray and white spaces throughout the home. These shades are not only versatile, but welcoming too.
1. new neutrals: the citizenry
Incorporate calming camel into your bedroom with The Citizenry’s casually elegant Stonewashed Linen Duvet Cover ($275) made of French flax in Portugal.
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2. new neutrals: terrain
Terrain’s Amber Glass Footed Hurricanes ($52 – $112) will envelope your room coziness.
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With more people thinking about sustainability, it’s translating to the home decor scene as well. In addition to seeking out pieces made of traceable, eco-friendly materials, buyers are also turning towards more handcrafted, specialty pieces. And for many, sustainable can also mean buying vintage – giving a second life to beautifully made products.
3. sustainability: 1stdibs
How gorgeous is this Danish Mid Century Bookcase ($1,028) from 1stDibs? Now imagine it filled with your treasured collection of books.
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4. sustainability: hermès
You can’t go wrong with an iconic Avalon Throw Blanket ($1,775) from Hermès. They never go out of style.
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Curved furniture may have initially graced the home décor scene in the ‘70’s, but the trend is now back in full effect. Past iterations saw curvy forms showing up mostly in oversized couches, made to be looked at but not lounged on. Now, we’re not only seeing curved designs in trending sofas, but also in chairs, beds, desks and mirrors.
5. curves: nuevo
Nuevo’s cheerful Clementine Single Seat Sofa ($803) is welcoming yet refined.
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6. curved: bd studio
Sculpted shapes aren’t just for sofas and chairs. This Everson Coffee Table ($699) from BD Studio will help to soften up your living space.
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After spending so much time at home during the pandemic, Gwynne believes that people began to really understand the importance of textiles, tactiles and fabric throughout their homes. The result? She’s seeing a resurgence of layers of opulent textiles, like velvet and rich warm wools.
7. cozy textiles: house of hackney
Lean into the feel good vibes with this rich, vibrant House of Hackney Limerence Velvet Pillow ($280).
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8. cozy textiles: anthropologie
Anthropologie’s plush Hand-Tufted Hunter Rug ($798) is both eye-catching and soft to touch.
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into the woods
Gwynne is also seeing the return of slightly darker brown wood tones in place of California blondes we have been seeing in recent years when it comes to furniture, cabinets and flooring. If you want to incorporate the look without pulling out your whole floor or kitchen, she suggests adding some small beautiful wooden accessories to your home.
9. into the woods: lulu and georgia
The clean profile on Lulu and Georgia’s arched Ava Full Length Mirror ($799) will elevate your entryway.
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10. into the woods: kinto
Serve up serious style with this Kinto Nonslip Rectangular Wood Tray ($35).
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The top five luxury interior design trends for Fall/winter 2022
Those are our expert interior design tips on how to best update your home this winter: cozy textiles, vintage finds, earth tone home décor accessories and more. What better way is there to start the indoor season than with a refreshed style, on trend style?