Space-Saving Interior Design Trends for 2022 and Beyond
One major trend in interior design colors this year will be “naturalness.” Thus, Chinese kitchen cabinet buyers and furniture shoppers alike will see warm beige colors, greens, blues, and gray teals and many more. Overall, the color schemes will adhere to a far more “basic” palette, which many see as a throwback to the earliest decades of modern decorating. Naturalness also impacts material texture, how well it insulates, accents, and adds comfort. In 2022 and beyond, stone, marble, granite, onyx, and dark wood will continue to dominate the industry in new home decoration and design.
Minimalism is not a new idea in fashionable interior design trends. However, Kitchen from China sees minimalist ideas taking a strong hold on the future direction of furniture and décor design in 2022 and beyond. As a result of the global pandemic, many homeowners, decorators, and trend setters have recognized the need to abandon non-functional elements to modern homes. Open spaces, fresh air, and free space are principal requirements for any house or apartment living area. This enables living spaces to be more multi-functional – an absolute necessity for modern homes in light of too-frequent, unavoidable quarantines for their occupants.
Sustainability continues to be as important as ever in developing trends for interior design elements and furniture from China. Savvy home developers and buyers alike will recognize the need for long-lasting, durable products that use tried-and-true methods in their design and construction. Kitchen from China, who has previously supported the ideas of using heavier plywood materials for kitchen cabinets and more along with traditional manufacturing techniques, is eager to see this trend develop further in coming years.
The other most dynamic trend in Chinese import furniture will be in their specific shapes. More feminine, rounded form factors have begun to dominate the furniture and décor landscape in recent years. Resulting from the proliferation of minimalist trends, furnishings will continue to be stripped down to their most basic elements. This effort enables manufacturers to save on materials and costs in production, another key component of the sustainability movement. Kitchen from China expects to see sofas, tables, lamps, chairs, stools, countertops and more to lose their hard edges and right angles, taking on more softened forms as the trend continues.
Kitchen from China’s furniture sourcing platform has targeted 2022 and coming years as some of the most impactful in the world of Chinese wholesale furniture. The company encourages all interested parties, from individual homeowners to major furniture distributors, to get ready for major positive changes in the interior design scene. Find our more information on our website https://www.kitchenfromchina.com/
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Kitchen from China is a furniture manufacturer and sourcing agency located in Foshan, China. We help connect Chinese manufacturers with consumers in the U.S., Europe, and other regions. By eliminating the middleman and cutting out distribution costs, we pass along substantial savings to our customers.
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