Interior designers reveal 17 popular trends they wish would disappear (2022)

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Interior designers reveal 17 popular trends they wish would disappear (1)

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  • Insider asked interior designers about decorating trends they don't like.
  • Experts said all-white interiors and open shelving are impractical for most people.
  • Shiplap, palm prints, and accent walls can look overly trendy and easily become dated.

All-white interiors are impractical and hard to maintain.

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Architect and interior designer Kobi Karp of Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design told Insider that the all-white, minimalist trend isn't practical for most homes.

"White fabrics, especially white leather, stain easily. This style is popular in magazines so designers are frequently asked to do it, but people are often left with potentially exorbitant cleaning and maintenance costs," said Karp.

Instead of going all white, Karp suggested opting for a rich-blue or sage-green theme that imparts a cool and clean vibe without the laborious upkeep.

Open shelving is overly trendy and hard to pull off.

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Jennifer Weisberg, interior designer and owner of JLW Interiors, told Insider that the open-shelving kitchen trend usually looks a lot better on Instagram than it does in real life.

"Open shelving is so overdone at this point," she said. "It's also quite impractical, as very few people want to take the time to make sure their dishes and glassware are always perfectly organized."

If you want the airy feel of open shelving but don't want to spend hours curating your kitchen items, consider opting for light-colored wood or frosted-glass cupboards.

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Vessel sinks can be unsanitary and aren't user-friendly.

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A vessel sink is one where water runs from a faucet into a raised basin or bowl that is attached to a flat countertop.

Interior designer Leslie Markman-Stern of Leslie M. Stern Design told Insider that these sinks are difficult to keep clean and can be hard to use.

"It can be hard to clean around vessel sinks and they're not user-friendly for most, especially short people, seniors, or those who have disabilities," said Markman-Stern.

To make matters worse, Markman-Stern said, it's often tough to find handles and faucets that work with an existing vessel if the sink needs to be repaired.

Mid-century modern furniture may be overused.

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Mid-century modern refers to a style of furniture and decor that was popular from roughly the late 1940s to the early 1960s.

Its streamlined look has experienced a recent revival, but designers feel the ubiquity of the style has made it feel commonplace.

"Mid-century modern furniture has been used too much. It's a shame because there are other vintage styles that have interesting qualities and may actually be better made," said Markman-Stern.

Since mid-century modern furniture is so simple, she said, many manufacturers have been churning out poorly made replicas of it for years. If you're shopping for vintage pieces, it's wise to buy from a reputable antique dealer.

Faux-distressed decor can look tacky.

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Interior designer Sally Soricelli of Nestorations told Insider that the trend of decorating with heavily distressed furniture has definitely run its course.

"Everyone has been distressing and chalk-painting furniture for years now," said Soricelli. "Unfortunately, most of these mass-produced distressed pieces look cheaply made."

If you're looking to add texture and dimension to your interior, try investing in an authentic antique piece or upholstering an existing furniture item with an interesting fabric.

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Dining benches look good but can be hard to actually use.

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Dining benches can complement rustic decor while keeping a low profile, meaning they can be easily stowed away under tables.

However, Karp pointed out, this seating trend can be downright uncomfortable.

"Dining benches are great until the person sitting in the middle has to get up, because that means everyone has to get up," he told Insider. "They are also extremely uncomfortable to sit on for long periods of time."

Some designers wish accent walls would go away.

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Painting or wallpapering an accent wall is still a popular way to decorate a room, but some designers are over the trend.

"The trend of painting one wall of a room a different color is definitely outdated and I never recommend it to clients," said Soricelli. "If you love the color enough, paint the whole room."

You can also use accessories, pillows, or fabrics to add complementary colors to a space.

Barn doors don't block light, sound, or smells.

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Swapping traditional, hinged interior doors for large, sliding barn doors is a mainstay of farmhouse-chic decorating.

Sadly, these doors often function as little more than wooden curtains.

"Aesthetics aside, sliding barn doors are terrible at being doors," said Karp. "They don't create any kind of seal between the wall and the door so they do almost nothing to block out sound, and light and odors seep in through the sides."

Shiplap is a tired interior trend.

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Shiplap is a type of wooden paneling that was originally used to create a water-tight seal for the hulls of boats.

Following its liberal use on renovation shows like HGTV's "Fixer Upper," shiplap sailed into homes everywhere as interior siding. However, designers think the nautical material should catch the next wave out.

"Shiplap is way too overdone — literally everything seems to be covered in shiplap these days. There are so many other woodwork choices that I'd love people to embrace in their homes," Soricelli told Insider.

Palm prints are everywhere, and not in a good way.

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Alessandra Wood, an interior designer with online design service Modsy, told Insider that bold, tropical palm prints should be replaced with something more current.

"I love a good palm print. But knock-off prints seem to be everywhere, and the oversaturated use of palm print has made it lose a bit of its appeal," said Wood.

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Terrazzo-covered everything has some designers rolling their eyes.

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The terrazzo-print trend is currently in full-swing, but designers were unanimous in their dislike for using the colorful material throughout the home.

"The use of the terrazzo pattern on everything but actual terrazzo flooring has made it feel a little overplayed," Wood said.

Weisberg added that installing terrazzo material in bright colors can make the pattern overwhelming.

"Terrazzo tends to look very busy, especially in bold color combinations. I find clients tire of this pattern quickly," she said.

Matching furniture sets can be pricey and boring.

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Colin Haentjens, architect and interior designer, told Insider that splurging on a trendy matching furniture set is usually a financial and design mistake.

"A living room filled with furniture that has matching legs, colors, and materials is boring," said Haentjens. "Manufacturers profit from this trend for matching sets, but you can save money and find more unique pieces by shopping around."

Bold "pops" of color can actually look dated.

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You might think that throwing a bright-red armchair into your all-white living room will add interest and originality.

However, Haentjens argued, bold pops of color can actually look unsophisticated.

"The trend of adding 'pops of color' with furniture and upholstery has actually been around for over a decade. This strategy can give a space a childish feel, especially if the color is primary or too saturated," he said.

Instead, Haentjens recommended simply painting neutral-colored walls a more interesting color.

Lights with paper shades are affordable but ubiquitous.

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Lights with paper shades are cheap and practical, but Haentjens cautioned that they can look dull and uninspired.

"A certain affordable Swedish furniture company makes paper-shade light fixtures that can be found in every apartment," he told Insider. "Steer clear of these to avoid having the same light as all of your friends."

"Living walls" are a nightmare to maintain.

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So-called "living" or "green" walls are vertical racks of potted plants arranged to give the illusion of a wall made of living greenery.

Unfortunately, designers aren't in love with this plant trend.

"Living walls are hard to maintain, given their vertical placement. They also create the potential for mold, allergens, and unwelcome insects inside the home," said Weisberg.

Karp also decried the practice of using plastic plants to create living walls.

"Artificial green walls don't offer the air-cleaning benefits of a real living wall and actually harm the environment due to their use of plastic," he said. "This is one trend I'd love to see disappear."

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Gray interiors can feel gloomy and dull.

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Popular colors come and go, but gray has been having a major moment in interior design for the past few years.

"Gray has been everywhere. Gray walls, gray floors, gray furniture, gray everything," said Soricelli. "But the cool tones of gray can sometimes feel depressing and sterile, especially if it's all over the room."

If you're into the idea of a neutral color palette, consider incorporating some warmer beige or even blush tones to balance out the severity of gray.

The look of a tile countertop isn't worth the upkeep.

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Covering your bathroom or kitchen counter with tile might add texture and visual interest, but Karp outlined several reasons this trend is a bad idea for most homes.

"There are some trends that fade in and out of popularity, and then there are some trends that should stay at the bottom of the list indefinitely, like tile countertops," Karp told Insider. "In a high-humidity environment such as a bathroom or kitchen, bacteria can breed alarmingly fast on the porous surface of tiles. They're also extremely prone to staining and it's very hard to clean the grouting,"

Karp also noted that, in addition totheir hygiene concerns, tile countertops don't provide a smooth surface for resting objects and they're prone to cracking and chipping.

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“People will become more aware of the importance of their own homes” The future of interior design is a blend of clean lines mixed with warmer, more welcoming textures and patterns. Colors are trending to more earthen tones, as well. It's now acceptable to mix grays with browns, soft whites, and tans.

What is the current trend in interior design? ›

Without much adieu, let's have a look at the top interior design trends of 2022. Printed upholstery adds a unique design element to this lounge - A Square Designs. Pooja Bihani slays with shades of brown in this living room. O'nest Interiors uses soothing pastels in this neutral toned living room.

Is wood trim Coming Back in Style 2022? ›

As minimalism and mid century styles modern fall out of favor, we will be seeing more decorative touches like passementerie and trim in 2022, according to Owens. “The design world is seeing a resurgence of texture, tassels, trim, and passementerie galore.

Is GREY paint going out of style? ›

What shades of paint should you be using in 2022? Phew, so the consensus is that gray is still in style.

Is brown furniture coming back 2022? ›

It's on our radar as one of the top trends for 2022, and we're seeing brown home decor pop up all over our social media feeds. This rich neutral brings a sense of warmth and familiarity at a time when we'll take all the comfort we can get.

What is the 60 30 10 decorating rule? ›

What is the 60-30-10 Rule? It's a classic decor rule that helps create a color palette for a space. It states that 60% of the room should be a dominant color, 30% should be the secondary color or texture and the last 10% should be an accent.

What is the difference between interior decorating and interior design? ›

Interior design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building, while interior decorating is the furnishing or adorning of a space with decorative elements to achieve a certain aesthetic. In short, interior designers may decorate, but decorators do not design.

What is a typical day of an interior designer? ›

The work environment shifts, which involves a lot of driving, from client homes and construction projects to suppliers and back to the studio or office again. There is also a potential for evening and weekend work, as most clients have their own jobs during the day and need to meet with designers at other times.

What is the modern farmhouse look? ›

Modern farmhouse style is similar to country style but uses white or light neutral colors with a cleaner, more contemporary look, while country style includes bright and pastel colors, and floral or gingham patterns. Both styles use reclaimed wood, pottery, metals, and baskets in their decor.

What is Chip and Joanna style called? ›

A large part of their success (aside from their adorableness as a couple) is their keen sense of design, which they've honed into a highly marketable style known as modern farmhouse.

What is the studio Mcgee style? ›

We always get asked “what would you call your style.” Throughout our projects, we've done quite a range of modern spaces, traditional, to rustic and coastal — they have a common thread, we always mix style.

Where do interior designers make the most money? ›

Geographic profile for Interior Designers:
StateEmployment (1)Hourly mean wage
California8,330$ 33.79
Florida6,470$ 29.14
New York6,110$ 34.72
Texas4,690$ 28.54
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Where do most interior designers live? ›

Oregon is the best state, and Williston is the city with the highest pay for interior designers.
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1. Oregon.
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Where are interior designers most in demand? ›

According to BLS, San Jose, California is the top-paying metropolitan area for interior designers, and there are approximately 170 active interior designers in the area. There are positions available across industries, including government agencies, healthcare, consulting firms and architecture.

Are arches coming back? ›

Arches are making a big comeback this year – interior designers advise how to make the most of them. Indoor arches are the most sought-after architectural feature of 2021, and no wonder.

Is interior design declining? ›

Employment of interior designers is projected to show little or no change from 2021 to 2031.

Does designing have a future? ›

Design has a glowing future in India, so students have the independence to design a career of their choice in this field. If you have the ability and desire for an offbeat job, and then pick your preferred field and explore mentoring to achieve your dream. Designers are contributing to the whole visual world.

What trend is replacing farmhouse? ›

Cottagecore. The new hot style that is on the rise is Cottagecore. According to an article published on realtor.com, “While slightly similar, this trend is replacing the popular modern farmhouse trend, which may be on its way out, according to designers.

What is the Colour for 2022? ›

For the first time in Pantone's history, the global color authority dreamt up a brand-new shade for its 2022 color of the year selection. Dubbed Very Peri (Pantone 17-3938), the dynamic periwinkle blue boasts a warm violet-red undertone and signals novelty in these, yes still, unprecedented times.

What is the interior color for 2022? ›

If estate sales dominate your weekends and you adore interiors with intricate, traditional case goods, PPG's 2022 Color of the Year — Olive Sprig (PPG1125-4), a muted, protean green — is the updated backdrop of choice for your treasures.

Is farmhouse style out for 2022? ›

Modern Farmhouse

There will be far less shiplap in 2022. While Chip and Joanna Gaines are far from over, their signature modern farmhouse look isn't something many interior designers will be living, laughing, or loving in 2022.

What is the most popular home decor style? ›

Traditional. By far the most popular design style, traditional is a mix of beautiful, timeless and well-defined elements, as shown in this kitchen from olive.

Are barn doors out of style 2022? ›

“Today's barn doors are much more sophisticated and come in beautiful finishes with high-end millwork details,” she explains. Bold colors and patterns – everywhere – are hot for 2022, says Sharon Munson, design assistant for Giovanni Naso Interiors of Bellport.

Is GREY going out of style 2022? ›

Navy and gray are on the way out

The report also highlighted a declining interest in navy (down 43%), mustard yellow (down 27%), and light gray (down 25%). Yes, while gray has seen an uninterrupted reign over recent paint trends, its reign may conclude in 2022.

Are white cabinets going out of style 2022? ›

The short answer to this question we've been hearing a lot recently is: “Absolutely not! White kitchens are here to stay…in 2022 and beyond.” The simple truth is, the best white kitchens never go out of style.

Is beige coming back in 2022? ›

Nature Tones

This will culminate in 2022 with tones like taupes, beiges, biscuits, and mushrooms taking center stage, along with nature-inspired hues, particularly greens," says Wadden.

Is brown the New grey? ›

Brown Is Replacing White and Gray As the Trendy Neutral for Home Decor.

Is beige coming back? ›

White kitchens are the classic go-to—and they'll probably never fall out of fashion. But beige in your kitchen space is a welcome change. Make beige cool with modern cabinets and an island that sports greige (that's gray-beige) tones. Both bright orange artwork and medium-shade wood stools perk up this neutral kitchen.

Is white trim going out of style? ›

White trim is still very much in style. More people are choosing white for their trims because they create a clean and charming look. White can also be paired with different shades of colors especially pastel ones. White trim also looks good against dark-colored walls.

Are accent walls out of style in 2022? ›

A wood accent wall is one of the best ways to make your house appear warm and inviting. This pattern has been around for decades and will continue to be so in 2022. You might choose a slat wall, repurposed wood, plywood, or shiplap, the possibilities are unlimited.

Is Chrome Coming Back in Style 2022? ›

Interior Design Trend: Chrome

Some mixed metals and others full-on embraced the silver shine. From coffee tables to dining tables to shelving to vases and other accessories. If you want to add a touch of trending decor in 2022, I highly suggest sprinkling in a couple of chrome pieces in your space.

What kind of wall art is in Style 2022? ›

Minimalism might be on its way out, but when it comes to frames, don't expect to see big, baroque borders in 2022. We'll stick to lots of light woods and low-profile metal frames in black and gray, offsetting the more saturated wall art inside of them.

How many colors is too many in a house? ›

Just remember to use colors and patterns that have correlative value to one another. Q: How many paint colors in a house interior? A: As per standard interior design rules, you should never have more than about five distinctive colors in an interior space.

Should the living room and kitchen be the same color? ›

The kitchen and living room should not be the same color because they have different functions. The kitchen is a functional space where food is prepared, while the living room is a more formal space used for relaxation and socializing.

Should all walls be the same color? ›

All walls in a house shouldn't be the same color in general. A house that's painted with only one color may look plain and unattractive. However, that doesn't mean using the same color in some areas of the house is bad. When done right, single-color walls can add elegance to a home.

Do interior designers pick furniture? ›

Some designers prefer to select every piece of furniture and accessory themselves to create a cohesive look for a space. Others will work with a client to find pieces that fit their specific needs and budget.

How much money do interior designers get? ›

The most updated information provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states that interior designers across the United States receive a median pay of $56,040 per year or $26.94 per hour.

Is interior design stressful? ›

Being an interior designer can be STRESSFUL. There are a thousand and one moving parts that need to be handled at once.

How many hours do interior designers work in a day? ›

Generally an interior designer works from around 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but I usually work from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. I like staying an extra hour or two after everyone has left the office.

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Who is the interior designer? ›

Interior designers make indoor spaces functional, safe, and beautiful by determining space requirements and selecting essential and decorative items, such as colors, lighting, and materials.

Is Interior Design a good career? ›

Yes, interior design is a good career choice, especially for those who want to show off their creativity in the most basic of ways. It allows one to put their natural abilities to use while also providing excellent job satisfaction.

What is difference between designer and decorator? ›

The short answer is: Designers create functional spaces within a building, while decorators adorn a space with decorative elements.

Which country has top designers? ›

China takes the first place among 106 represented countries in the 2019-2020 World Design Rankings, with 67 Platinum Design Awards won globally. The WDR have announced their updated World Design Rankings for 2019-2020, with China being ranked in first place.

Which city is best for interior design job in India? ›

Highest paying cities in India for Interior Designers
  • New Delhi, Delhi. 84 salaries reported. ₹28,534.
  • Bengaluru, Karnataka. 236 salaries reported. ₹25,779.
  • Delhi, Delhi. 94 salaries reported. ₹25,598.
  • Hyderabad, Telangana. 124 salaries reported. ₹23,764.
  • Noida, Uttar Pradesh. 51 salaries reported. ₹23,555.

Who designed furniture? ›

A furniture designer is a specialized industrial design professional who is responsible for planning, testing and creating furniture. They often use wood, metal and other materials to design furnishings such as chairs, tables, bed frames and sofas.

Who is Vladimir Kagan? ›

Vladimir Kagan (August 29, 1927 – April 7, 2016) was an American furniture designer. He was inducted in the Interior Designer Hall of Fame in 2009, 62 years after he started designing and producing furniture. His Midcentury modern furniture with "Sinuous wooden frame characteristics" has a modern feel.

Did Frank Lloyd Wright make furniture? ›

In the early 1890s, as Wright worked to define his vision for a new American architecture, he began designing furniture for his own home in Oak Park. Built-in window seats and two sturdy oak armchairs, modeled on designs by English artist-designer William Morris, were executed for the living room between 1890-95.

What is the difference between interior decorating and interior design? ›

Interior design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building, while interior decorating is the furnishing or adorning of a space with decorative elements to achieve a certain aesthetic. In short, interior designers may decorate, but decorators do not design.

What do interior designers do everyday? ›

Interior designers make interior spaces functional, safe, and beautiful by determining space requirements and selecting decorative items, such as colors, lighting, and materials. They read blueprints and must be aware of building codes and inspection regulations, as well as universal accessibility standards.

What do interior designers struggle with? ›

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  • Handling Self-Promotion.
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Is interior design stressful? ›

Being an interior designer can be STRESSFUL. There are a thousand and one moving parts that need to be handled at once.

Is interior design a hard degree? ›

Yes, studying interior design is hard. It takes a lot of time and dedication to study interior design properly. It's no surprise that there are so many job openings for people with such qualifications in the field.

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