These 9 Trending Decor Items Will Be All Over Instagram in 2022
Every few months, a new slew of home decor items starts to fill our Instagram feeds. Just like boucle chairs, checkerboard rugs, woman-shaped vases, or velvet couches, it usually starts with seeing one here or there on the accounts of your favourite influencers, and before you know it you can't seem to escape that particular furniture piece of decor item.
From retro armchairs to, we've rounded up nine decor items you'll soon start seeing all over your Instagram feed in 2022. Get them while they're hot.
9 Trending Home Decor Items for 2022
1. Japanese-style lamps
A desire for zen-looking and feeling interiors will be at the forefront of home design in 2022. Japanese-style lantern lights are particularly popular at the moment and can be seen everywhere including Troye Sivan's Melbourne abode.
Placed on a bedside table they cast a pleasant warm glow that's ideal for winding down in the evenings. The original creator of these handmade paper light sculptures was Isamu Noguchi and his designs are highly sought after.
2. Assouline's travel-inspired books
You might be itching to fly across the globe for a holiday in 2022, but that dream might still be a little while off. In the meantime, immersing yourself in an opulent tomes of the world's most desirable destinations is your ticket to travel from the comfort of home.
A flick through one of Assouline's picturesque coffee table books is the closest thing to a holiday abroad and they will add a punchy hue to your living room's set up. These books have been placed in the most stylish of homes including Kourtney Kardashian's.
3. Sage linen
Green is the colour of the moment, and Sage in particular is being wholeheartedly embraced by design lovers. Thankfully, it's also one of the easiest colours to introduce into the home and will work in any space, particularly in our bedrooms. This soothing hue nods to retro-style, contemporary design, and nature all at once.
4. Retro armchairs
Rewind back to the '70s because retro style is back in a big way. Channel this era with a playful armchair like this pair in web designer Puno Puno's LA home.
Stop by your local vintage furniture store or Facebook marketplace for something secondhand that will make a bold yet stylish statement in your living room.
5. Long candlesticks
Tall, thin candles are the go-to candle shape at the moment for design aficionados. These candles can be peppered throughout your home to create stylish vignettes be it on a fireplace mantle or dining table. Made in collaboration with Love Ally, our contemporary and organic set of two White fragrance-free candles brings a sense of whimsy to any setting.
6. Playful plates
The art of dining at home in style really took off in 2021 and it's going to continue in 2022 as we all appreciate being safe and comfortable at home and have embraced our inner chef. You can create the most delightful tablescape for friends and family or make every simple midweek meal feel extra special with beautiful serveware.
Select designs like our 'Pomegranate' Ceramic Dinner Plate which is a feast for the eyes and a piece you won't want to hide away in a cupboard.
7. Jute rugs
Almost any interior scheme welcomes a touch of natural texture. These stylish, neutral, and natural rugs are a timeless addition to any home and have been laid down in some of the most stylish homes. The great thing about these rugs is that they are woven from thick fibres and are made to withstand heavier foot traffic, meaning they will last you well into the future. If you're looking for high-quality designs turn to brands like Armadillo & Co.
8. Sculptural ceramics
Handmade pottery is now everywhere, and we love it. Scrolling through your Instagram feed you've likely seen perfectly designed homes and restaurants that feature beautiful ceramic objects. Incorporating handcrafted and special objects like ceramic vases, small dishes, and objects into our homes have become coveted design feature because they add a personal and unique touch to any room.
Designs with distressed finishes and patinas, earthy tones, and texture are in style and give the impression of long-term wear. Take a look at these 13 exciting Australian ceramicists on Instagram.
9. Black marble coffee tables
A coffee table can be an effective focal point for a living space, and a dramatic choice like black marble is sure to do the trick. This look is timeless and chic and when designed with rounded edges will be on point with 2022's trends.
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