4 Home Staging Trends For 2022


March 7, 2022
interior decorating trends

If you’re thinking of selling your home some time soon and need some home staging tips, keep reading. This year there are a few home staging trends you may want to keep in mind when prepping your home for sale.

Shades of Green

Nothing brings the sense of nature indoors more than the colour green. You can easily do this by incorporating various live plants throughout your space. But you can also infuse green into your home with a fresh coat of paint on your walls, throw pillows, and subtle decor on shelves and tabletops.

Various shades of green can help bring an earthy ambiance into your home and can make it feel more comfortable and cozy. And if you’re feeling a little more bold, you might want to add more permanent shades of green with tiling, backsplashes, and upholstery.

Natural Materials

Not only can the colour you choose for your home bring a more natural feel to your interior, but so can the materials you select for your furniture and finishes. More specifically, natural and sustainable materials are very popular among homeowners.

Recycled elements are finding their way into kitchen cabinets and counters, and glass continues to be a hot commodity in home decor and upgrades. You’ll also want to look at materials like hemp, bamboo, and cork for your walls, flooring, and furniture.

Patterned Flooring

For 2022, patterned floors are super trendy. Herringbone, in particular, is incredibly popular among homeowners looking to do something a little different with their wood floors.

And for those who love the look of wood but would rather have something a little easier to maintain — especially in high-moisture rooms like kitchens and bathrooms — wood-look porcelain tiles are becoming more popular.

Mixed Metal Finishes

Metal has been pretty popular in home decor over the recent past, and this trend doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. For 2022, silver, bronze, copper, gold, and any other metal in various finishes will continue to be hot. That said, matte finishes are more common than shiny finishes these days.

Mixed metals are popular, but it can be tricky to mix them up in such a way that the interior doesn’t look too gaudy. That’s why you might want to get some insight from industry professionals on how to add a variety of different metal colours into your interior.

Get in touch with Hope Designs today for all your home staging assistance!