Summer is officially here! Not only can we (hopefully!) look forward to the influx of good weather, but we can embrace emerging home and backyard trends for the upcoming season. For anyone looking to get started right away, howling released summer trend report for 2022. Of course, the company chose the designer and Queer Eye star Bobby Burke To offer expert advice on how to incorporate it into your home.
Based on massive Yelp searches and reviews, the company has identified 10 of the best home trends for this summer. It’s not surprising that 70’s design It’s back – and it wasn’t just confined. The style makes its way outside and includes anything from a sunken lounge with a fire pit to a patio with rattan furniture softened with colorful pillows and blankets.
Other hot trends include eco-friendly design additions (think installing solar panels and an electric car charging station) and outdoor lighting. “I’ve been using solar lights for years, and they’re not only easy to install, but they don’t require any power, which means you can add them just about anywhere,” Burke says.
Glass accents — including skylights, glass walls and handrails — and smart home upgrades are on the rise, too. But Berk’s most exciting trend is? Distinctive walls. “It’s an easy way to add visual interest to a space, and you don’t have to limit yourself with paint,” Burke explains. In his home, the designer asked a Yelp worker to install wood veneer on one of the guest room’s walls to make it more interesting.
Whether you’re adding a fresh, contrasting coat of paint to all the trim around the windows or giving your backyard a total landscaping makeover, there are plenty of ways, big and small, to interact with these summer home trends. You can dive into the full report over here For the full inside information. And if you need more outdoor room design ideas or summer decorating ideas, we’ve got you covered.
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