The top 5 outdoor furniture trends of 2022!
With long days and cozy nights, now is a good time to take a look at some of the key trends that are big in 2022. Sustainability, creating a peaceful, low maintenance oasis, edible gardens and tiny spaces are all emerging as key trends. Let’s explore below.
#1 Outdoor Rooms
Blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living with a gorgeous outdoor space that flows effortlessly from your interior. Lush up your space with sofas, rugs, cushions and, of course, more plants. As ever, the key to a successful outdoor area is to think about how you want the space to work for you and let that guide your décor decisions.
#2 White wash Mediterranean style gardens
Blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living with a gorgeous outdoor space that flows effortlessly from your interior. Lush up your space with sofas, rugs, cushions and, of course, more plants. As ever, the key to a successful outdoor area is to think about how you want the space to work aIt might be that social media has had a hand in the rise of these exceptionally photogenic white gardens. Or it might be that they are the epitome of style and create a peaceful oasis. Either way, gardens with a heavy focus on white furniture, décor and flowering plants are a key trend for the coming year. The key idea behind this look is a focus on a single monochromatic color. So if a garden in hues of grey or black is more your speed, rest assured you will still be on trend.for you and let that guide your décor decisions.
#3 Fluid indoor/outdoor style living
Keep it simple with a low maintenance patio area. The idea is to keep it minimal so you can spend more time relaxing on your patio and less time tending plants and shuffling furniture. Whether you’re a lover of luxe-boho vibes or prefer the clean lines of modern décor, all you need is somewhere comfortable to lounge or sit and some sturdy, low maintenance plants to complete the look.
#4 Wonderfully wild gardens
Keep it romantic with a cottage or wild garden. Mass plantings of grasses and flowers lead to a garden that is relaxed and fun. This style of garden is also well known for romantic touches that lend a sense of fairytale-style magic.
#5 Easy care
Whilst the outdoor living areas of your home should be an extension of your indoor living spaces, they should not become part of your weekly cleaning schedule. If you opt for easy care pieces that can take whatever the elements throw at them then you will be sure to enjoy your outdoor space rather than see them as another dreaded cleaning chore! It is generally best to stick to materials such as all-weather cane, rattan teak, cedar and most metals.