Design: The trends that will make the summer of 2022

Gone are the days of sleek Scandinavian decor, now it’s time for color and life. Between curves and flowers, your heart sways? Follow the guide!


What are the current trends in terms of decoration? Goodbye to cold and white interiors, we are back to the desire for colors and lively and fun decoration. Here are 5 trends for this summer, to adopt according to your desires.


Bala Shop in Soho © Bala


Curves and more curves


Minimalist decorations dominated by geometric and rectilinear forms are no longer in fashion, it’s time for curves and roundness. They invite themselves in the decoration of stores, sport rooms, design objects but also candleholders and lights. Door frames are taking on the shape of modern arches with extravagant colors. To reproduce this trend at home, it can be done with a light, a candlestick or a coffee table.



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Mix of textures


For a warm interior, what better way than to mix textures? Deco stores and hotels are having a field day with it. They mix concrete, wood, sea rush for a style that knows how to play with its own codes.

In practice: On your sofa, mix the textures of cushions, sometimes linen, sometimes sequins or velvet.


© Richard Powers




You must have seen on your instagram news feed, furniture that looks like sculptures. In marble, stone or imitation stone, these pieces will be the design touch of your decor. We do not advise you this trend in accumulation, but in small touch, it will bring cachet to a living room or a dining room.


© Romain Ricard

Kitsch flowers
In small doses, the kitsch invites itself in the decoration of our interiors. On the dining room table, whether at home or on vacation, brightly colored flowers mingle with seashell-shaped cutlery to brighten up your little dishes.


Rice © Presse


Enhance your exterior


When you’re lucky enough to have one, the exterior is of great importance. Comfort, elegance and relaxation are the key words for a pleasant exterior, whether it’s a garden or a balcony. Here, Humbert Poyet‘s collection for Nobilis brings a touch of the interior outside, combining wood and upholstery for a sublime terrace and convivial moments.


Humbert Poyet x Nobilis Fauteuils © Francois-Coquerel





Featured photo : © Glossier

Passionnée par l’art et la mode, Hélène s’oriente vers une école de stylisme: l’Atelier Chardon-Savard. Elle complète ensuite sa formation par un MBA en Marketing à l’ISG. Elle a écrit pour le magazine Do it in Paris et se spécialise en rédaction d’articles concernant le luxe, l’art et la mode au sein de Luxus +.


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