What home makeovers are happening in 2022?
2021 saw us getting out of the house more than the previous year, and 2022 hopes to be even more of a return to normal. While 2022 home makeover trends are similar to what we’ve seen in the past couple years, there are a few new focuses we expect to see this year.
We’re traveling more and reconnecting with family. Guestrooms allow grandma and grandpa or other family and friends to come for a much-overdue stay without interrupting your family’s day-to-day.
2. Separate home office.
As home and work blended more and more, many people in 2020 and into 2021 needed to create a home office. And, with many jobs becoming permanently work-from-home or hybrid, the desire to upgrade that space into a productive paradise continues.
3. A restful bedroom.
Bedrooms have often become offices these past couple of years, and many people will reclaim their bedrooms for rest and relaxation in 2022. Renovations will involve simplifying the bedroom and adding features to encourage a good night’s sleep, such as blackout curtains.
4. Outdoor space.
Designing outside living space will continue to be a hot wish-list item. Somewhere to enjoy a meal on the deck, splash in the pool, and most importantly, soak in the sunshine.
5. Bathroom upgrades.
A big soaking tub or a new walk-in shower is topping many homeowners’ renovation goals this year for rest and relaxation, creating a spa-like experience at home.
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