Sprucing up your space with whats au courant can be tricky. While you always want your home to look elegant, staying on top of whats in vogue can be tiresome. A new year always brings with it new fashion trends and just like that you refresh your wardrobe, with some new blouses, styles, colours, maybe some new patterns or even a new heel style. Our interiors dont have to be treated any different, they can also benefit from small but significant changes or additions. In 2022, interior design trends will centre around, art, creativity, minimalistic accents. Here we list down ten home interior trends we can expect in the New Year, from colour palettes, design, even flooring and beyond1. Neutral Natural ShadesThis particular trend is classic yet modern and it never goes out of style. Think muted grey, stone walls, beige, white, eggshell, moss green and brown undertones. Whether it is furniture, decorative items, paint or textures, these colours will become more prevalent.2. Sustainable MaterialsAs more and more people are re-evaluating their impact on Earth, design trends are changing to keep up with this shift. Sustainable interior design materials lower your ecological footprint and add an exciting new feel to your home. There are an array of choices bamboo, natural stone, reclaimed wood, repurposed anything, glass, ceramic, textiles like wool, linen, and hemp.3. Biophilic DesignBiophilia is introducing plants into design. From creating spaces that open up onto the outdoors to incorporating sustainably sourced and reclaimed woods into interior dcor, having plants indoors to improve air quality, this trend has been gaining ground. Biophilic design is driven by our increased interest in ensuring our homes are healthy places to live.4. Statement LightingWe all aim for Pinterest worthy aesthetics and lighting is everything. Functional and fashionable, statement lighting is now considered a piece of art. From sculptural pendants, weaved lampshades to standout sconces, these give maple character to your space.5. Vintage KitchensDuring the pandemic, your kitchen doubles as your local coffee shop, go-to restaurant, and bar where everyone knows your name. Maximalism + retro style is making a come-back with most of us investing in more and more kitchen equipment and re-visiting vintage recipes and cookbooks. From the warm wood tones to the classic rock wall to the mint-green appliances, there's so much to love about this cosy and personality-packed trend.6. Green Pink AccentsThe 70s are making a comeback with shades of green and pink. A dominant trend in our grandparents, you can already see a lot of emerald greens, and earthy pinks making their way in top dcor magazines whether its the walls, doors, or curtains.7. DIY And UpcyclingOur homes are a reflection of who we are and what we love. One of the big design trends expected for 2022 is Mindful Making the idea of using arts and crafts to relax and find calm. More and more home decor enthusiasts are expanding creatively into more sustainable ways of crafting. People are choosing homemade over mass-produced. This way you personalise your space with a one-of-its-kind dcor piece8. Colour BlockingColour blocking is pairing a few solid hues to create a single bold look, its the technique of using diametrically opposing shades from the colour wheel to create contrast in patterns. A trend that created stirs on the runway is now entering our homes. Choose a couple of bold pieces and place them against a contrasting wall, find a multi-coloured geometric rug and you will see how it changes your space. For the best results, combine unexpected colours, such as turquoise and red or lilac and coral or even pink and purple.9. Cottagecore Cosiness#Cottagecore is trending on Instagram and Pinterest. This vintage, cosy, country life trend reflects a common need for comfort over chic and everything digital. Think quaint patterns, leafy, nature-inspired prints, gold accessories, vintage motifs, rugs, four-poster beds and cute ornaments.10. Cork FlooringCork flooring is not a new concept but it has been trending, due to the fact that it is a 'green' renewable resource and is also biodegradable and will break down into the environment at the end of its life cycle. Traditional cork flooring has a natural look that works best in spaces with a more relaxed and informal decor. However, manufacturers today have created cork floors that closely resemble hardwood, marble, or even concrete.