Fall trends 2022: decor looks for a fall home

While trends are not something that many people like to follow for their ephemerality, timeless fall trends are offering a new way to style your home for the cooler seasons.

US interior design trends emerge to meet the demands we are making of our homes, fall decor ideas and design trends in 2022 are looking towards creating a cozy, warm home for friends and family to gather and relax together after a difficult few years.

Here, designers have offered their insight into the top fall trends for 2022 so that you can create the ideal space when the time to start decorating for fall is upon us.

Incorporating trends into your home does not need to be about fleeting decor items that might not have a place in your home the following year, instead, implement these timeless decorating ideas for schemes that will stand the test of

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Ten residences with deliberately unfinished interiors

A holiday home in northern Italy that was decorated on a budget and a Hackney apartment with exposed concrete walls are among the residences in this lookbook, which showcases interiors that have been left purposely unfinished.

Peeling wallpaper, floors that have been left untreated and hanging cables give character to these interior design projects, which look as though they’ve been abandoned halfway through decorating.

By stripping back the properties down to their shells, the interior designers have given the occupants of these homes the chance to complete them according to their own tastes and resources – whether that be filling them with quirky items or keeping them minimalist.

This is the latest in our lookbooks series, which provides visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For more inspiration see previous lookbooks featuring colorful living rooms that make a statement, homes with walk-in wardrobes and beautiful brutalist interiors.


Interiors of the Lapa Apartment designed by Studio Gameiro
Photo is by Tiago Casanova
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