According design taste makers, 2022 will bring with it more bold colors, metallic finishes, layered patterns and artisan creations. In this blog I will take you through the trends and demonstrate how you can easily incorporate them into you home.
It's unanimous: Green is absolutely going to be seen all over, particularly dark greens will also be seen in interiors everywhere.
A dark green velvet bed head is contrasted by a sparkling gold bedside table in this cosy bedroom. Explore our green collection.
2. Cobalt Blue
You may breathe a sigh of relief to see that cobalt blue is enjoying a comeback. A classic color that can be beautifully paired with neutrals and patterns.
18th century French commode with blue patina
Le Combat by Karibou
3. Metallic finishes
Adding brass touches with hardware and accessories is a simple way to enjoy this trend. Mirrors and paintings with gilded frames are a classic option.
Green, white and brass finishes are beautifully matched in this chic home office. I love the green border around the drawers and cupboards.
Large brass candlesticks - circa 1950's
Chaty Vallauris brass sunburst mirror - 1950's
Pair of gilded bronze candlesticks
4. Raw white with texture
Always chic and timeless, decorating with white makes a big impact no matter what colors it is paired with.
This incredible space has such a neutral color palette. The light captures the detail of the sculptures, fireplace and ceiling detail in the most serene way.
Late 19th century cast iron Medici urn
18th century counterweight
Early 19th century French bench seat
5. Mixed Patterns and Texture
A fun way to add flair to your home, select smaller accessories with pattern so that you can enjoy this trend throughout the day.
No two patterns are the same in this eclectic living room. Stripes, florals, prints and zig zags are all overlaid making big impact.
French artisan wash bag
Pair of French commodes with exquisite pattern
6. Artisan products - invest in workmanship
Our collection of Artisan ceramics are handmade in the gorgeous village of Gigondas
'L'Auberge Rouge' sculptural container
7. Ornate historic motifs
A strong link to the artisan trend, beautifully carved, stitched and forged motifs remind us of the time taken to create timeless pieces which can be enjoyed for centuries to come while reminding us of the years past.
This Timothy Corrigan kitchen uses an ornate marble mantlepiece to display a stunning pair of iconic antique French confit pots.
19th century solid plaster motif
Henri II carved panel with green patina
Large Napoleon III mirror with white patina
8. Oak and birch
Light colored timbers with rich grains will be seen more and more. French furniture has been made using these timbers for centuries. French oak and birch pieces are beautifully solid with a lovely patina.
Adjustable milliner's mirror with bronze candlesticks
Extra-large 19th century French oak rolling pin
Rustic French cutting board
Marble is a practical luxury. Easy to clean and sublime to decorate with. Our collection includes stunning one off marble pieces to be enjoyed indoors and out.
French marble mortar and pestle
French marble top bistro table
10. Quirky lighting
Changing a light fitting is the fastest way to transform a room and refresh any space. A chandelier in the bedroom adds a luxurious feel, and if installed with a dimmer switch it is utter perfection!
Early 20th century lustre with fruit pendants
Stilnovo wall sconces in various colors
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