Our mission at Styylish is finding unique ways to interpret top interior design trends to create a holistically individual design. In other words, we want the pieces you discover in our treasure trove to speak to you personally. That’s a surefire way to make your home your happy place.
2022 promises to be a year of exciting trends: be it interior design trends or graphic design trends, the world is longing for a new perspective.
In today’s blog, we want to showcase how the Styylish collection suits the hottest design trends of 2022. From darker woods to incorporated antiques, the pieces in our catalog are bound to make a splash in your brand new interior.
A Return to Glamor
2022 is a year of glamor in the design world. It’s a key theme of the past year and promises to remain one of the most exciting design trends, 2022 and onward. Maybe because of the dreariness of the pandemic, or our manifestation of the Second Roaring 20s, high-quality, furniture with ostentatious characteristics is as in-demand as ever before.
Glamor doesn’t have to be tacky, and with these originals from the Styylish catalog, it won’t be. Indeed, pieces like this dashing Baroque armchair may have a place in your home in 2022. Beautifully worked wood is accented by a traditional, understated fabric that will fit effortlessly into a cozy interior.
And something like this exceptional Baroque table, with dreamily swirled legs and detailed intarsia, it’s a full-on showstopper, especially when juxtaposed with matching modern pieces. Don’t cheat yourself out of the full potential of a Baroque setup, resplendent with curved furniture and gold accents.
But Glamor doesn’t have to mean old. Think of it as a metric of ostentatious imaginative expression. There are vintage and contemporary pieces so exceptionally crafted that they might have been considered showy a few years ago. But in 2022, the urban splendor of Art Deco style, for instance, is all the rage again.
That’s certainly how a lacquered Club Chair, reminiscent of vintage cruise ship décor, can feel modern again. The splashy red hue of the fabric invites bold color arrangements and is bound to add a whole new dimension to your lounge area. The curved edges of the black frame contrast the sharp angles of the interior armrest in exciting ways.
Pick this modern boucle sofa for a truly glamorous addition to your living room. With a bright light fabric that seems to melt out of thin air, this piece encapsulates modern glamor like few others.
Our Favorite Interior Design Trend 2022: Combining Old and New
One of the biggest trends of the past few years is right at the core of the Styylish mission.: combining antiques and contemporary pieces in harmonious ways. There are so many ways to design groundbreaking interiors with that principle in mind.
For some room-based inspiration, be sure to check out our blog posts on home office decor, ideas for your bedroom, and festive dining room design. Regardless of the specific room, let’s walk through an unexpected combination to showcase the full potential of a timeless combination.
These contemporary marble side tables by Portuguese designer Sergio Prieto feel inspired by classical architecture and abstract shapes alike. Their stark internal contrast makes them perfect for combination with just about any other pieces, be they dark or light, sculptural furniture or antique classic.
This Restoration Period French Console Table might feel like a drastically different object. But its marble top will make it a wonderful addition to any room with the Prieto side tables in it. Those kinds of unexpected material and aesthetic connections are the very thing we love to establish in Styylish interiors.
Pendant Lights like this gorgeous purple flower can bring color and character to the room. It is available in a variety of different colors to match the color scheme of your room.
And just like that, at the drop of a hat, you’ve created a holistic conversation between three very different objects, to dramatic effect.
Dynamic Presence: Chocolate Hues
In 2022, dark wood is all the rage. Chocolate coloration is in like never before: from mahogany to near-black shades, it’s the perfect time to incorporate dramatic wood tones into your home. Take a look at some of these pieces – you might be surprised at the many ways you can interpret this particular trend.
This Danish Biedermeier Dresser is a beautiful example of Nordic Biedermeier. Unlike German Biedermeier, which is frequently light, Danish artisans preferred darker woods. Pieces like this dresser have only gained in elegance in the 200 years since their construction.
There are an infinite number of ways to incorporate a dark dresser like that into your space. You may find that dark wood is easier to combine with vibrant colors, so feel free to let your imagination (and color palette) run wild!
A regal Louis XV Commode can bring the chocolate in very different ways. Let the traditional Baroque ormolu gold handles and locks accent the muted colors of the contrasting wood tones in tangibly delicious ways. It’s the kind of dresser that’s palatially glamorous but refined enough to play off modern pieces as well.
This Art Deco Sideboard incorporates the Art Deco love for contrast in memorable ways. Note the layers of wood, blooming organically in the lacquered panels. The silver handles allow this piece to embrace industrial motifs typical for Art Deco and Bauhaus, offering ripe connection to contemporary pieces and materials.
All of these pieces feel wood-forward: they embrace the gorgeous natural hues of their respective materials in a way that honors them while showcasing unique personality through craftsmanship and period flair.
Working with Interior Design Trends in 2022: Pieces That Meet the Moment
The beauty of all of these trends is that they exist in constant conversation with one another. Designing a glamorous room ripe with chocolate hues and pieces from different time periods is easy!
Regardless of which trend you identify most with, there are pieces to suit your needs in the Styylish collection. From living room furniture to bedroom accessories, lamps to armoires, our hand-selected pieces are original artisan products from the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries.
Browse the Styylish catalog for more inspiration and let yourself find joy in your interior again! What better time than the new year to rethink your favorite rooms? You don’t have to be a creative director to find joy in design trends!