Art & Decor Trends

New Décor Trends for 2022

The world is beginning to open up and people are able to go out into social activities more, but many people are still spending most of their time at home. That means that the home needs to be a place where you feel comfortable, safe and happy. This can be achieved by decorating your home in your own personal style, but here are a few trends that we predict will be popular in the coming year. Feel free to use this as a guide for finding your own inspiration.


At the Stables, Horse and Dog - Degas

Pet Friendly

During COVID, many people turned to furry companions for comfort and affection. Many people added a new member to their family, while others adjusted to more time at home with ones they already had. As a result, homes had to become much more pet friendly, including the décor. That trend will continue on into the new year. Furniture will be made out of stronger, easier to clean fabrics and more scratch resistant materials. Sofas and couches will be lower to the ground, making it easier for our new friends to join us on it, while rugs will become more durable. All to make sure that our pets feel just as at home as we do.

The Office - Edward Hopper

Home Office Spaces

Even as the world is beginning to open up more, many people are choosing to still work from home. This makes the home office a vital part of their living space. Buying furniture that can be multi-use is very important, especially in smaller spaces. Sometimes people are able to designate a specific room to their work area, while other times it has to be incorporated into common areas like the kitchen or living room. These places need to also have an energetic feel to help keep people productive and that can easily be done with art.

The Great Wave of Kanagawa - Katsushika Hokusai

Need for Serenity

Times now are difficult and are causing people a great deal of stress. This makes it crucial that they have a space in their home where they can relax and find their inner peace. Many people are now creating their own tranquil oasis in their home. This can be done by choosing cool color palettes with lots of blues, greens and grays. As well as choosing comfortable furniture pieces and beautiful art pieces. Leave the chaos of the world outside, while escaping to your own home for a blissful retreat.

I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold - Demuth

Vintage Pieces

People are becoming much more mindful of the environment and the carbon footprint they leave behind. This has led to people wanting to be less wasteful, including the furniture and décor they choose. The desire for more vintage pieces, ones with classic lines and fun accents has surged. Purchasing art that also has that classic, vintage appeal would be the perfect complement to any room.

Landscape with Birch Tree - Gustav Klimt

Nature Inspired Accents and Colors

Spending so much time indoors, has some of us longing for more time spent in nature. The solution to that is simply bring some of the outdoors inside with you. Choosing furniture in natural wood tones or with nature inspired patterns is a fun way to reconnect with the outside. The color brown, especially in deep chocolatey tones, can also contribute to a more natural feel in a room. Choose small accents with flower prints or wood details to add even more of that element. You can enjoy an outdoor feeling while still staying in the luxury of home.

These are just a few of the things that we are looking forward to seeing in homes around the world nest year. Please feel free to browse any of our galleries to find inspiring art pieces to bring some of these trends in to your own home. We try to offer options for every style, all at an affordable price.


About the Author

Amanda graduated from the University of Kansas, where she studied English literature and got a masters degree in library sciences. She enjoys reading, cooking and playing with her nephews. Her best friend is her little dog Brady.