Stay Ahead of the Competition with these 10 Healthcare Interior Design Trends (2022)

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The healthcare industry is growing at a rapid rate. In fact, it is one of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy with no signs of slowing down. As the population continues to age –think of the baby boomers– healthcare facilities are looking to grow, expand and keep up with the rising number of people coming through their doors.

In order to do that, those in the healthcare industry are rethinking what a healthcare space looks and feels like. No matter whether it’s a patient’s room in a hospital, the waiting room in a medical center or an exam room in a dentist’s office, healthcare interior design trends all have one thing in common — improving experiences and comfort for the patients and families who occupy those areas.

However, 2020 threw a large curveball that especially impacted the healthcare industry. In addition to the heroism displayed on the front lines by those treating the victims of COVID-19 and the many pandemic-related challenges that needed to be confronted, healthcare organizations had to pay careful attention to the cleanliness and durability of their flooring and facilities, while still trying to foster a sense of calm. This was surely a challenge for healthcare interior design, but one that has spurred new and exciting innovations in this space.

The latest design trends in healthcare are focused largely on comfort and easing anxieties, as well as thematic designs, different layouts and ease of use. Keep an eye out for these 10 trends in healthcare settings and beyond.

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1. Wayfinding

A common feature in retail and hospitality flooring designs, wayfinding is a must-have feature in healthcare interior design. Wayfinding is the idea that flooring designs, patterns and colors can serve as a map to give people a clear guide throughout large, unfamiliar places. This is especially common in hospitals, as they are often sizable, with many different departments and specialties located throughout the building or number of buildings. And with COVID-19 calling for strictly enforced social distancing, using floor layouts to guide people and their spacing has never been more important.

Because this is a healthcare setting, whatever flooring is selected must be easily cleaned and durable enough to withstand spills and messes. Thankfully, there are many options for flooring that are both durable and uniquely designed so creating a clear and distinct pathway is easy and aesthetically pleasing.

“The choice of the right materials, finishes and colors is one of the most important parts of each healthcare facility interior design strategy,” says Velimira Drummer, Interior Leader and Associate, Senior Architect at Stantec Limited. “A base neutral palette can be a unifying factor across the various interior spaces, and specialty materials and textures can be used to emphasize different zones within the building or important wayfinding elements.”

Wayfinding flooring patterns are at the discretion of the designer. Some might choose one color to showcase throughout a particular floor or wing of a hospital, or to direct people from a waiting room to exam rooms in a doctor’s office. Another option could be to mix and match wood and tile-look flooring to lay out a pattern or flooring design that people can follow when walking.

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2. Art is Everywhere

To add elegant touches to traditionally sterile environments, art has been incorporated into healthcare spaces. Something as simple as a landscape painting hanging in the exam room of a physician or dentist’s office adds a little extra warmth.

Now, more than ever, we are seeing art included in healthcare spaces to help create a warm, soothing environment. It’s no longer enough to just have a simple print in a room; spaces are also being designed around artwork like intricate paintings, sculptures and even murals. These works of art not only add life into what can be stark healthcare settings, they also can help patients and families alike feel more at home and at ease.

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Necia Bonner is a Senior Associate, Director of Healthcare Interiors atKirksey Architecturein Houston. She has worked on countless healthcare design projects and always incorporates artistic elements into her work. “Art is the original ‘patient distraction,’ and it can be invaluable in terms of giving the patient something on which to focus and/or meditate,” she said. “To me, the best art pieces are the ones that leave the interpretation up to the viewer.”

According to theHealing Power of Art & Artists, “The artwork specified in new hospitals complements cutting-edge architectural design and adds to the ambiance of the space. With such features as atriums, waterfalls, etched and stained-glass walls, and large open spaces with natural lighting, the demand for upscale artwork is high.”

3. Home like Atmosphere

Creating a home like design is a significant trend in many industries, but the intended result is even more applicable to healthcare. To achieve this look, designers take traditional home-like elements and incorporate them into commercial spaces, resulting in a welcoming environment for people.

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Trips to the doctor cause some discomfort and anxiety for many people, but creating an aesthetic that is home-like can make patients feel more at ease. Especially for patients who are staying in hospitals overnight or for weeks at a time, they deserve a space that doesn’t feel like a typical hospital room. Elements like natural wood flooring are a great way to bring that home-away-from-home vibe to a healthcare setting.

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In speaking toGlobal Furniture Groups’Director of Business Development, Deborah Bachly, she noted the need for home-like design elements, but that proper experience and understanding is lacking. “The ask for homey furniture is important, but often misunderstood,” she said. “Our success has been to integrate ‘residential-looking’ designs with the high-level solutions required in healthcare settings for ergonomics, health and safety, infection control, stability, durability, and so much more.”

4. Thematic Designs

For many years, the look and feel of most healthcare settings was pretty standard. Everyone had similar artwork on the walls, the furniture was functional and monotoned, the same magazines were in the waiting rooms. But now, hospitals and clinics are shaking things up with their design palettes and concepts.

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“It’s our job to develop a storyline and an experience that resonates with patients,” said Mary L. Frazier, Managing Principal atEwingCole. Themed designs are growing in popularity for healthcare spaces. As we’ve emphasized before, the look and feel of a doctor’s office or hospital is vitally important for a patient’s wellbeing, and themed designs are helping.

Some popular options include a more minimalistic theme, similar to the Scandinavian designs that are popular in residential living. A nature theme, with colors, artwork, plants, and even thematic light and sound can bring a Zen atmosphere to traditionally chaotic environments. It can even be as simple as implementing elements that tie into the region that will help people feel more comfortable while they wait for a doctor.

5. Aesthetically Pleasing Backdrops for Virtual Health

Traditional healthcare appointments and consultations were no longer an option throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, which means many interactions moved online. To create as professional an experience as possible, many healthcare offices had to come up with a well-designed space that could act as backdrop for telehealth calls.

The exact type of background will vary from place to place, but a good rule of thumb is to eliminate as many distractions as possible. Try to keep the workspace uncluttered, with muted tones and designs. It’s also important to note the acoustics and lighting during a telehealth appointment — the speaker should be front lit (light on the front of their face) within a space that doesn’t allow for noise to echo.

6. Versatile Areas for Employees

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Hospitals need to incorporate versatile environments for physicians, nurses and other employees. Most healthcare facilities feature communal and lounge spaces that can be changed to accommodate various needs — like telehealth appointments.

Nurses, for example, do not necessarily have their own offices, which is why versatile areas for employees are so important. These rooms or spaces can double as work stations or places where employees can have a private meeting. This can be especially useful if space or budgets are limited – or if a physician is looking to start a new practice.
“Flexible, shared office spaces can help these physicians achieve their unique visions for their private practices without the upfront investment of outfitting a complete office space,” according to Propmodo.

7. Convenience Spaces

Hospitals and healthcare facilities are realizing that convenience – for both patients and employees – is key. However, that convenience must also be balanced with proper COVID-19 protocols like social distancing and proper cleaning practices. Many organizations are changing their spaces to accommodate these needs.

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Providing convenient options helps promote an overall positive working environment – and it’s likely an incentive for prospective employees. If an at-work daycare is a deciding factor in an employment decision, that may tip the scale in favor of a hospital that has a facility in-house.

Places of convenience are also aimed at patients. Massachusetts General Hospital’s campus in Boston features eateries, multiple on-site gift shops, a flower shop and a hair salon. Many hospitals and healthcare facilities also include pharmacies and/or labs, so you can fill a prescription or get blood drawn without having to leave the building.

8. Renovation

In a perfect world, hospitals would expand to meet patient demands, but that’s not always a reality. Instead, healthcare facilities are learning that retrofitting and renovation of current spaces is key.

In addition to design aesthetics, renovating means considering which materials to use – with a special emphasis on selecting materials that will last. Oftentimes, renovations can be an inconvenience for both patients and employees, so hospitals need to minimize renovation time as much as possible.

For example, many hospitals in the past have used sheet flooring, which is hard to renovate. In contrast, LVT and hardwood flooring are perfect choices for floor renovation. With LVT, hospitals can select a specific finish that will prohibit any fluids or liquids from penetrating the floor. And hardwood is naturally durable and creates a warm environment, both necessities in the health care space. Plus, maintenance is easy and each flooring material can have individual pieces replaced if needed.

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9. Expansion of Outpatient Facilities

We’re living in a world where people are healthier and therefore – living longer. This means that outpatient facilities are extremely important. These are places where patients can go for tests or procedures without needing to stay overnight.

Just like hospitals and other medical facilities, outpatient facilities should consider comfort and design aesthetics – but also practicality. The flooring should be something that can be easily cleaned and withstand spills and continual foot and wheelchair traffic.

It’s also important to keep in mind that some patients “shop” for their healthcare, meaning that they don’t necessarily go to the first place they find. Patients are shopping for an environment they enjoy.

10. Versatile Waiting Areas

The waiting area in a hospital is where many patients and family members used to spend large amounts of time waiting. In the wake of COVID-19, much of that changed. The seating options and design elements weren’t always a primary focus for healthcare settings, but new elements of retail and hospitality design are making their way into the industry.

Updated waiting areas are being designed to be easily changed, moved around and cleaned. Hospitals in particular are opting for chair and couch options that allow families to sit together in pods, or chairs with higher backs to give a little more privacy and help with acoustics. Additionally, there are more areas with USB outlets and plugs to help pass the time for families or individuals who may have to work outside of their offices. These elements bring many of the touches of home into a healthcare space, and can make life easier for patients, families and even healthcare providers.

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While healthcare flooring all must be durable, sterile and versatile, it must also be appealing and aesthetically pleasing. LVT and hardwood flooring are options that check every box and gives healthcare designers the versatility they need to bring their vision to reality. To learn more about commercial flooring products from Parterre or to get some inspiration, explore our healthcare flooring optionsorreach out to our team.

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Roche FitzGerald, Lead Product Designer for Parterre, is a second-generation artisitc giant in the flooring industry developing an appreciation for art and physical composition from his father, who was also an artist and leader in surface design.

“The mindset I have when creating art is that accidents are beautiful, which is something my father instilled in me,” said Roche. “There is an allure to discovering organic textures, patterns, and colors.”

A true artist at heart, Roche shapes designs from his own paintings or the inspirations of daily life. In the early 2000s, while other companies were turning to their manufacturers for options, Roche led the way in producing original flooring designs earning multiple industry awards and recognition for his luxury vinyl designs.

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FAQs

What are the trends in the interior design industry? ›

Interior design trends seem to be taking a more eco-friendly approach as people are moving towards warm tones and natural elements. Decor elements made either from real or faux natural materials are in high demand, as they add a natural and authentic look to your space.

What are the 5 trends in health care? ›

Top 5 Healthcare Tech Trends Poised for Growth in 2022
  • Hybrid care models combining virtual and in-person services. ...
  • Digitization of healthcare specialties. ...
  • Increased AI adoption. ...
  • Health systems moving to the cloud. ...
  • Advanced precision medicine.
5 Jan 2022

What are the most important trends in health care technology? ›

We will continue to see growth in areas including telemedicine, personalized medicine, genomics, and wearables, with organizers leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, extender reality (XR), and the internet of things (IoT) to develop and deliver new treatments and services.

What are 2022 design trends? ›

Who wants to look like everybody else? In 2022, designers are ditching faux-distressed furniture, redoing kitchens to erase the all-white mode, and tossing boho chic throw pillows and wall hangings that are ubiquitous in the farmhouse trend.

What is a trend in design? ›

Graphic design trends are how we interpret what's happened before, to help us try and understand and predict the future. The idea is that we want something different than we have now, but not too different. A gradual change from what was to what will be.

What is popular in interior design? ›

"Transitional design will continue to be popular for homeowners in 2022," says interior designer Maggie Stephens. "Expect to see traditional elements mixed with clean lines and contemporary upholstery. Light color schemes, neutrals, and natural wood tones feature strongly in this style."

What does the future of interior design look like? ›

“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.

Why is it important to be aware of healthcare trends? ›

By raising awareness within the community, we in turn will influence case detection, raise the profile of the disease, advocate effectively for our patients, and, hopefully, mobilize political will. Therefore, it is important that communities' efforts be designed effectively to achieve the desired health outcomes.

What is the future trend of healthcare? ›

In the future of health, we expect six key areas—data sharing, interoperability, equitable access, empowered consumers, behavior change, and scientific breakthrough—to collectively transform the existing health system from treatment-based reactionary care to prevention and well-being.

What are 4 current trends in healthcare? ›

Investing in community-led solutions to address health inequity. Enforcing a data ecosystem that promotes equity-driven decision making. Increasing accountability for health equity outcomes. Investing in a representative health care workforce.

What is the most significant trend affecting the healthcare industry at the moment? ›

Trend #1: Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare. Across multiple industries, artificial intelligence has made great waves as a useful technology in 2022, especially for healthcare.

What are the benefits of technology in healthcare? ›

ABSTRACT: The advantages of health information technology (IT) include facilitating communication between health care providers; improving medication safety, tracking, and reporting; and promoting quality of care through optimized access to and adherence to guidelines.

What are the 4 types of interior design? ›

Contemporary Interior Design style. Traditional interior designing Style. Modern style of interior design. Industrial interior design style.

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.

How do you keep on top of current design trends? ›

Here are a few ways you can stay on top of graphic design trends:
  1. Make education part of your routine. ...
  2. Get out of your comfort zone. ...
  3. Take advantage of online media. ...
  4. Build a community. ...
  5. Read plenty of books and magazines. ...
  6. Don't rule out the non-experts.
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Where can I find design trends? ›

Use Behance and Dribbble

Behance and Dribbble are still the most popular professional networks for artists. It's great to post your own work there, and it's also great to search through the work of other designers.

What is the most popular home decor style 2022? ›

2022 Home Decor Trends
  • Sustainable & Organic Materials. Home decor trends in 2022 see a movement towards maximizing glass. ...
  • Rounded Edges. Curvy furniture design trends 2022 by Decorilla designer, Drew F. ...
  • 2022 Interior Trends: Leather Furniture. ...
  • Fine Outdoor Furniture. ...
  • Global Inspired Home Decor. ...
  • Timeless Style.
3 Apr 2022

What do you do to improve your design skills? ›

  1. Study design theory. A proper understanding of concepts such as grid theory can transform your work (Image credit: Future) ...
  2. Get the most from feedback. There's a fine art to getting the most from feedback. ...
  3. Start a side project. ...
  4. Experiment. ...
  5. Talk to other designers. ...
  6. Read a book. ...
  7. Try changing your software.
15 Feb 2022

What is the goal of a trend study? ›

The purpose of trend analysis is to spot a prevalent trend within a user group and/or to determine how a trend developed/would develop over time. This exercise helps identify new opportunities and ideas for concepts or products.

What are the new interior design trends for 2021? ›

So in 2021, we will continue to gravitate towards more color, visual interest, and playful design.” Instead, Smith suggests introducing color through bold statement decor pieces like ceramic vases and decorative boxes, along with art.

How do you describe interior design? ›

Interior design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces, that are aesthetically pleasing, within a building. Decoration is the furnishing or adorning of a space with decorative elements, sometimes complemented by advice and practical assistance.

What is an interior trend? ›

Interior trends take inspiration from the past, and this means, just like fashion styles these trends will be revived time and time again, usually with an up to date twist. It is apparent that in order to predict a trend correctly there is a lot more to it than simply promoting a certain colour or style.

Where is interior design most popular? ›

Interior design is popular across the U.S., but some states are definitely more amenable to the profession. Some of the states in which home and interior design are most popular include California, Texas, and Florida, with designers enjoying high employment and thousands of jobs.

What personality type is an interior designer? ›

Introversion. You might be surprised to learn that most interior designers are introverts. In fact, according to our sample size, 66% of the interior designers who submitted their personality were introverts.

Does interior design have a good future? ›

Job Outlook

Despite limited employment growth, about 8,200 openings for interior designers are projected each year, on average, over the decade. Most of those openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or exit the labor force, such as to retire.

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.

How do you manage health trends and issues? ›

Look after your health by watching what you eat, being physically active, having an active social life, getting plenty of rest, not drinking too much alcohol and not smoking. You can take steps to help reduce your risk of disease, such as making sure your immunisations are up to date and handling your food safely.

Why is it necessary to have awareness about health trends issues and concerns? ›

Awareness is essential for prevention, early detection, targeted therapy and is key to ensuring effective treatment. Being aware of a disease and its symptoms means people are more likely to take preventative action, and go for screenings, tests and check-ups.

Why do you need to be aware of the health trends and issues existing globally? ›

By protecting nations against health threats governments can promote internal and global stability. As it largely affects adults of working age, disease severely hinders economic growth.

How do you stay up to date with healthcare advancements? ›

Staying informed and educated
  1. Acquire professional certifications in areas of interest.
  2. Join a professional organization – such as ACHE.
  3. Network at health care conferences and meetings.
  4. Read online journals, blogs, and professional news outlets.
  5. Find an internship or fellowship in an interest area.
5 Feb 2019

What is your idea about the future market of healthcare products? ›

A health care futures market will lead to stable and lower prices for consumers and more predictability for drug companies, providers, and payers as they learn to do what farmers have done for decades—hedge the future.

What is the future of healthcare in your opinion? ›

Hospitals are likely to have a dramatic change, robots will be used to transport patients around the hospital, and this will also create a more sterile environment for the patients. A wireless sensor will be able to detect a change in the patient, which will be sent to the doctor instantly.

What is the meaning of health trend? ›

The inclination to proceed in a certain direction or at a certain rate; used to describe the prognosis or course of a symptom, disease, or methods of disease management.

What are some of the healthcare market trends you can identify in the market? ›

Top 5 Healthcare Marketing Trends
  • Policy Changes: Outcome-Based Healthcare.
  • The Rise of Precision and Preventative Medicine.
  • The Influence of Tech on Patients and Doctors.
  • Shifting Business Models.
  • The Evolution of Healthcare Marketing.

What are new healthcare technologies? ›

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is being used in the diagnosis of diseases, as well as to offer customized solutions. For instance, it is being used to drive systems that process computed tomography scans by the thousands, in a mass detection scenario, as in COVID-19.

How do interior designers stay up to date? ›

How do you keep up to date with interior design trends?
  1. Follow your favourite brands on social media. Like the style of a particular shop or website? ...
  2. Read interior design magazines. ...
  3. Browse Pinterest. ...
  4. Follow interior design influencers. ...
  5. Get inspired by your area. ...
  6. Don't rely solely on trends and trend forecasting.
18 Feb 2021

What does the future of interior design look like? ›

“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.

Is there a future in interior design? ›

The interior design market is expected to see an exponential growth by 2025 globally. As per MarketWatch, in 2018, interior design market was valued at 130,100 million USD and can expect a potential (CAGR) growth rate of 8.5% between 2019-2024, leading the market to be valued at 212,300.

Does interior design have a good future? ›

Job Outlook

Despite limited employment growth, about 8,200 openings for interior designers are projected each year, on average, over the decade. Most of those openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or exit the labor force, such as to retire.

What is a trend and how it develops? ›

Anja Bisgaard Gade: “A trend is the beginning of a new direction, taking a turn or a twirl or a twist to something that already exists. It starts something new and then over time, will become more normal before something else will become a trend.

Where do interior designers get their inspiration from? ›

Bookstores, museums, art and furniture galleries, vintage markets, and clothing shops are great sources of inspiration to start developing strong ideas about what kinds of design—playful, classic, mid-century modern, luxe, futuristic—you're naturally drawn to.

What personality type is an interior designer? ›

Introversion. You might be surprised to learn that most interior designers are introverts. In fact, according to our sample size, 66% of the interior designers who submitted their personality were introverts.

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.

Where are interior designers most needed? ›

Best Cities for Interior Design Jobs
  • Miami: The coastal metropolis of Miami is the eighth-most populous city in the US. ...
  • Boston: The highly populated city of Boston is a perfect blend of modern and contemporary styles. ...
  • Orlando: Orlando is a city of parks and monuments; thus, the jobs in interior design are plenty.

Why do people choose interior design? ›

Creativity, imagination, and innovation

Choosing an interior designing course and working in the same field will provide you with immense possibilities to express yourself creatively, use maximum of your imagination, and propose innovative ideas in design on a regular basis.

Is interior design a stressful job? ›

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

Who is the richest interior designer? ›

Kelly Wearstler is an American interior designer who has a net worth of $150 million.

What are 5 responsibilities of an interior designer? ›

Interior Designer responsibilities
  • Undertake design project from concept to completion.
  • Determine the client's goals and requirements of the project.
  • Interpret and translate customer needs into rough plans.
  • Negotiate fees and set schedules for the project.
  • Research and decide on materials and products sourcing.

How much money does an interior designer make? ›

A mid career Interior Designer with 4-9 years of experience earns an average salary of R 16 000, while an experienced Interior Designer with 10-20 years of experience makes on average R 25 000.

What do interior designers actually do? ›

Interior designers work on in-depth technical aspects of building structures. From moving interior walls to dictating the change of plumbing and electrical, they are able to come into a space and design it from the ground up to make the space functional and beautiful.

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