6 best bedroom decorating trends for 2022

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    Werner Straub

    Of all the rooms inside the house, none can be as personal as the bedroom. It is the place many of us go to to find a sense of calm and solace, to rest and fully relax, and to prepare for the day ahead. After all, the bedroom should be a direct example of your personal style. Although you may have already found the perfect paint color for the walls and the most expensive bed sheets, it is important to consider whether your bedroom meets the needs of your lifestyle. After taking inventory, you may find it’s time to refresh the bedroom a bit.

    In 2022, we’re seeing bedroom design trends move toward a more casual, yet still luxurious, approach. Less is more with handcrafted pieces and organic linens eclipsing plush furnishings and ultra-chic patterns. Smart technology is still a top demand for designers. Customers demand a smoother integration where the TV rises from a concealed location or Martha Stewart-certified blinds close with a simple voice command.

    We asked the country’s top designer to share the bedroom decorating trends that will rule the second half of the year. Find out what unexpected colors you should consider incorporating into your bedroom color scheme and why you should look for design inspiration.

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    In recent years, people have created their bedrooms to serve as havens for rejuvenation. However, rather than focusing on more furnishings, designer Suzanne Masse of Bohlert Masse noted a movement toward a casual luxury aesthetic “with fewer embellishments, but more refined materials.”

    People are incorporating more antique brown furniture to make the room feel larger while instilling a sense of history in the bedroom. There is also a lot of interest in custom pieces like the upholstered headboards that make the room look truly elegant and unique. “A headboard is the biggest statement in a bedroom, so investing in something perfectly tailored to your lifestyle and personal taste is a must,” says interior designer Jaclyn Genovese of Spaces By Jacflash.

    move to neutral and white bedrooms; It’s time for your color palette to sparkle! More saturated and deep palettes are beginning to make their way into the bedroom as they give these spaces a sense of depth and emphasize relaxing qualities.

    Lisa Davey of Thirteen Oak Interior Design Studio explains, “Checking color palettes are the perfect enhancement to a bedroom space—it’s still quiet while adding a bit of oomph to the design and aesthetics.”

    Chocolate brown, calming blue, and even juicy cranberry create a soothing oasis, while natural materials and fibers help hydrate and soothe rich shades of blues.

    More and more customers are asking designers to look for ways to decorate fifth walls or ceilings throughout the house – including the bedroom. While some may opt for ceiling paper with a busy pattern, Massey notes that it’s more about accentuating the details, such as painting the beams a bold color or creating a hollow look. It’s all about adding an unexpected layer of interest without making the room feel cluttered.

    Less is more when it comes to dressing the bed these days. Throw pillows may have been popular in years past, but recently, designers have noticed a shift toward using more natural bed linens and playing with scale.

    “Designers downsize and make it look the way the bed was actually designed,” says Elisa Baran, LLC. “They do this by playing with quilt size, adding a bed skirt for visual appeal, throwing in a textured throw for contrast, or using a uniquely shaped pillow as a support pillow for that added oomph.”

    Integrating smart technology throughout the home continues to be a dominant trend in the interior design industry. Although customers demand these additions of motorized blinds, raised TVs and digital art frames to blend into the room’s décor more seamlessly. Additionally, designer Summer Jensen of Hawk & Co notes that more of her clients are requesting coffee and champagne bar areas within their bedroom to give the space an experience that feels like the ultimate sanctuary.

    “It’s probably an easier place to refill a glass of wine than to head back to the kitchen,” Jensen says. “Or maybe it’s your late-night ice cream hideaway. Better yet, maybe it’s where you start your day with a cup of coffee in bed. The area is basically like a minibar from your favorite hotel room.”

    Just as adults need a room they adore and connect with, kids need that, too. Instead of playing with clichés, today’s kids rooms showcase the best of design by balancing creativity with practicality. The rooms are playful enough that a child will want to spend their time in the place, but still stylish enough that they don’t grow out of the room too soon.

    “Kids love entertaining in their rooms as much as anyone else, and it’s always very nice to me when they want to show off their rooms,” says Massey.

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