Get ready for warmer weather and refresh your home’s outdoor space with these trends.
Since 2020, you’ve probably spent more time at home than ever before. As a result, you are more aware of how you use your space and how design can impact your comfort and well-being.
To give you a little more variety beyond the walls of your home, consider redesigning your outdoor spaces to create a haven for recreation and relaxation. Even better, outdoor spaces add value to your home if you plan to sell.
If you need ideas on how to revamp your outdoor spaces, consider these top five exterior design trends for 2022. Get inspired and create your own outdoor oasis.
Homeowners are prioritizing everyday use of their outdoor spaces over entertaining, which drives a need for functionality. Practical elements like lighting and audio technology can enhance the outdoor space.
Other features such as shade structures, privacy walls and screens, built-in barbecues and Wi-Fi allow you to use the space for working, relaxing, cooking and more.
Whether it’s an outdoor kitchen, office or living room, homeowners are turning to creating more efficient and defined outdoor spaces.
Homeowners want to take advantage of everyday outdoor living to relax, connect with nature, and experience the health and wellness benefits of the outdoors. Having an outdoor office can increase your productivity while reducing stress as you enjoy the greenery and fresh air.
Adding an outdoor kitchen can inspire you to prepare dishes with herbs and vegetables you’ve grown in your garden, and an outdoor living room can help you bring the family together after school and work are over. working day.
Monochromatic colors with accents
While lighter, tone-on-tone color palettes remain popular, accent colors and accessories are on the rise.
Using cool, monochromatic tones with choice accent colors can create a brighter or contrasting outdoor living space.
Modular design and geometric patterns
Another popular trend is modular geometric standard patterns consisting of clean lines and simple formats.
Simple patterns create a clean, modern aesthetic that highlights furniture or other focal points in the space. Large format patterns and pavers also lend themselves to this style, allowing for more efficient installation.
While people are mixing up their outdoor spaces to serve as extensions of their homes, many are focusing on the tangled design, which combines the surrounding landscape with the hardscape design.
Fractured edges with no defined break, natural stone transitions and jagged edges mixed with rocks, grass and aggregate create a more natural and organic look that enhances design continuity.
To increase the depth of greens, grays and other neutral tones associated with tangled biophilic design, consider using black as an accent color for your outdoor spaces.