9 Home Decor Trends You’ll See Everywhere in 2022, According to Chairish

Comfort-seeking is the name of the game next year, according to the marketplace. That means textiles partout—think canopied, David Hicks–style beds, fabric-wrapped benches and headboards, and upholstery as far as the eye can see. Details will feature prominently on almost every surface, as demonstrated in the striking Milanese flat of […]

Comfort-seeking is the name of the game next year, according to the marketplace. That means textiles partout—think canopied, David Hicks–style beds, fabric-wrapped benches and headboards, and upholstery as far as the eye can see. Details will feature prominently on almost every surface, as demonstrated in the striking Milanese flat of Martina Mondadori and Ashley Hicks.

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1980s Vintage Scale Floral Velvet Ottomans – a Pair

Queen Platform Bed – Belize Chinoiserie Cream

Marbleized Interiors

A marbleized velvet skirt by Beata Heuman meets a marble countertop in the designer’s London home.

Photo: Paul Raeside

“In 2022, we will see an even stronger combination of maximalism and minimalism, with a heavy focus on materials, texture, and form,” says Fahden. One embodiment of this trend? Marbleization. Having made appearances in runway fashion in recent seasons—see Naomi Campbell’s strut down the Fendi catwalk in a swirly, silvery cape and gown last January—the trend is now emerging in the home through wallpapers, fabrics, glassware, and painted furniture.

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Sky Blues 10″ Marbleized Taper Candles, Set of 4

Newport Faux Emerald Green Malachite Lamp

Faux Tortoise

Another throwback the team at Chairish is predicting is the return of speckled, spectacular faux tortoise finishes. Exemplifying the trend are items like hand-painted Hollywood Regency–style coffee tables, luxe octagonal lucite trays, and more.

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Midcentury Faux Tortoise Shell Parsons Style End Game Table

Vintage Faux Tortoise Shell Large Hand Blown Glass Vase

Nostalgic Florals

A London townhouse recently featured in AD sports a dramatic slab sink and House of Hackney floral wallpaper in the powder room.

Photo: Helen Cathcart

Designers previously wary of intricately patterned wallpapers and upholsteries may soon come around, thanks to a rising tide of nostalgic, flower-studded designs. Whether applied to wall-hangings, wallpaper, or even pillows, botanical imagery is ready to take over interiors.

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House of Hackney Avalon Wallpaper

G. P. And J Baker “Nympheus” Aqua Pillows – a Pair

Game Rooms

A limited-edition James Perse ping-pong table keeps things playful in the entry of the company’s California HQ.

Photo: Roger Davies

One silver lining of more time spent at home has been a revival of tabletop gaming, as more folks seek out quality time away from screens and digital devices. Long gone are the days of tattered vinyl backgammon boards—now, gamers have their pick from an assortment of well-made, display-ready diversions (that are totally playable, too). Some are even building out dedicated rooms for their gaming. Gear up for more investment in this category in the upcoming year.

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Michael Graves Backgammon Set

Dice, Gouache Painting by Alexander Calder 1974

Metal Shades

Though super-sweet upholstery promises to be big in 2022, sleek and modern finishing touches will still hold their own. Case in point: Metal lampshades, which can add a pop of polish to minimalist and pattern-loaded interiors alike.

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Hans-Agne Jakobsson ‘Mini-Tratten’ Polished Brass Outdoor Sconces

Pair of Vintage Minimalist Metal Lamps with Conical Shades (ca. 1990)

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