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Top Interior Designers Say These Trends Will Dominate in Spring 2022

April 08, 2022

See how interior designers are bringing new ideas in lighting, wall treatments, home offices and much more to high-end homes.

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Hot New Trends From Interior Designers

Want to find out what interior designers think will be the fresh trends to look for this spring? Iris Dankner and her colleagues at the Holiday House Design Show have polled some of the best designers in the country to find out what their high-end clients are asking for in their homes, and the novel ideas they want to see more of. Shown here, aNew York City apartment designed by Emi Young of Abundant Habitat that embodies the minimalist redux design trend.

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Sleek Home Offices

Simplified and sleek is the order of the day for modern interior design says Manuella Moreira of Manuella Moreira Interiors. Manuella is a firm believer in the idea that “form follows function” which means extraneous details should be eliminated. This elegant home office uses continuous color on bookshelves and walls to give a clean, flowing dimension to this home office space.

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Functional But Beautiful Home Offices

Part of making our homes more functional is breaking the habit of excessive buying thinks Manuella who advises purchasing only what serves a specific function. In this New Canaan, Connecticut home office, Manuella used gorgeous furniture, accessories and architectural elements to convey this movement toward greater functionality with an on-trend curved sofa and round stone coffee table, sculptural mirror above the fireplace and built in bookshelves. Everything seen here serves a function without sacrificing aesthetics.

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Books Are Back

Even though we are currently living in the digital age, nothing compares to collecting and reading actual books. Having spent so much time at home over the last couple of years has inspired people to take up reading as a hobby and find comfort in analog pleasures. The emerging trend for stylish and creative at-home libraries can be seen in this one designed by Rozit Arditi of Arditi Design which does double-duty as a family entertainment room and a library. Rozit gave these floor to ceiling bookshelves a rich jewel box treatment by painting them blue and arranging all the books on the shelves rainbow-style. She did not hold back with the fun prints, patterns and textures in the room’s décor making this bright and bold space the perfect room to comfortably snuggle up with a good book.

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