Top 6 Interior Colour Trends for 2022

Published 13 January 2022 | News

Colours can be used to evoke different moods or express aspects of your personality and lifestyle.

You need to pair colours with the right temperature to ensure harmonious colour combinations are being used in your home. Make your home feel rich and welcoming by choosing warm or cool colours with contrasting tones.

Pair cool hues like gray and blue or a mix of warm neutrals like a soft beige with a rich brown, black or orange. Incorporate other elements like pattern and texture to make your home extra cosy. From plush textures that appeal to the touch and harder textures that add contrast, you can make your home a true sanctuary.

One of the top materials for bringing a sense of warmth to any living space is wood. Find some examples of minimalistic homes that use a combination of wood, trending colours and textures below.

Include plant life and illumination to improve the quality of your living/dining room. Their presence can highlight features of your bespoke furniture. Calligaris ABREY is an elegant sturdy extendable table set on a round-section base in solid ash and its cream ABREY chairs add simplicity and elegance to the space.

Pay close attention to the materials used in your upholstery, see the contrast Ditre ADA sofa gives to this luxurious and gorgeous living room. This sofa can be accessorised as desired to suit fluid spaces in the home environment. Backs can be repositioned and slide as required. (ADA will be available very soon in our showroom in Sandyford).

Finally, add a natural touch to your kitchen with MANHATTAN fronts in dark or light oak tones. Complement with contrasting orange bar stools and stylish home decor of your preference.

If you are considering a new kitchen or acquiring new stylish furniture, drop into any of our five showrooms in Dublin or Cork, or book a design consultation to discuss your ideas with one of our design teams here. Our Winter Sale is still on, come and visit us before it ends.