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3 expert home décor tips and trends for 2022

(NC) If there’s ever a perfect moment to refresh your home, it’s at the start of a new year. Now is the time to reimagine your space with a fresh look that brings you joy. Whatever you’re envisioning, look to these expert décor tips and trends from celebrity designer Amanda Aerin.

Be bold
Looking for ways to upgrade your space and make a statement? Aerin recommends incorporating more colour and patterns into your home decor. This year’s popular shades will be saturated, bold and uplifting, so don’t be afraid to switch things up and step out of your comfort zone.

Curate your look
Aerin says curated home décor is hot on the trend list for 2022. Dress your space with a mix of old and new, incorporating vintage finds, travel treasures or family mementos.

“My approach to design is to create concepts that are visually stimulating, tactile and invoke feelings of happiness and relaxation,” says Aerin.

Mix patterns like a pro
Mixing and matching geometrics with florals is another hot 2022 trend in home décor. Start by choosing your patterned fabric first, then pull accent colours from there for a professional look.

“Mixing and matching colourful patterns and fabrics is the perfect way to add texture to a space. To add more depth to a room and to keep my fabrics fresh, I love Febreze Unstopables Touch fabric spray. The scent is touch activated, so every time I fluff my mix and match pillows, sit on my upholstered furniture or pull open my curtains, I get a burst of freshness for the perfect finishing touch.”

Find more information at febreze.com. 

 
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