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You can take the opportunity to give a new, renewed air to your home with any of these 6 interior decoration styles in trend 2021- 2022. Is your favorite among them?


Do you sense which interior decoration styles are trending in 2021-2022 and which are the ones that will be with us for the longest time?

You may love or hate the trends. But I’m sure you’ll agree with me that being up to date gives you a more comprehensive range of ideas. It can even be a great source of inspiration for your next home decorating project.

Indeed, as is expected, you also want to have a comfortable, cozy, and of course, beautiful home. However, you may find it challenging to visualize the home of your dreams mentally. (You can always count on the help of a professional interior designer to help you visualize and shape your ideas).

That’s why having a general knowledge of interior decorating styles and trends allows you to assimilate better and understand what you like and what you don’t like. In addition, it helps you to convey better what you need to communicate with the interior of your home.

Sometimes, it is tough to identify the primary keys that make up an interior decorating style. Therefore, learning to recognize these aspects is fundamental to the process of interior design, decoration, and styling of your home.

That is to say, the more you know about the subject, the better you will be able to identify each style, and of course, it will help you to mix and match elements that are by your tastes and personality.

Providing essay help on interior design at different times, I decided to share the trends of this year and next year. Therefore, I encourage you to look at this article, where I have compiled the interior decorating styles used more in homes this 2021. You also have links to other types that may also interest you.



If you still do not know the name of this decorative style, I will tell you that its name is composed of the fusion of two types: Japanese and Scandinavian.

This Japandi style was a trend a few years ago and is characterized mainly by combining with balance and harmony of both types mentioned above. That is a mixture that provides standard links between the two, such as minimalism and comfort.

On the other hand, it is worth mentioning that the Japandi style is also a decoration philosophy.

Where to combine Scandinavian minimalism with the Japanese wabi-sabi approach, which finds perfection in imperfection, this translates, in the beauty of craftsmanship and the most traditional decoration, in noble, natural, and simple materials.


In this case, the definition of “transitional style” is characterized by a combination of renovated classic and contemporary elements.

It is a mixture of traditional furniture, lighting, finishes, materials, and fabrics. In balance with more contemporary elements, for a more sophisticated and refined result like instead of normal lighting, you can go for grow lights. That lasts over time.

To achieve this, the lines of the furniture are stylized but straightforward, with straight lines and curved edges.

The color palette that characterizes this style is composed of soft neutrals and natural materials such as wood, linen, cotton, rattan, and jute. And in contrast, glass, steel, or metal elements are added to balance the whole.

This transitional style of interior decoration has a maximalist soul rather than a minimalist one. It is based on an approach to find a pleasant visual balance between the different design periods.


The name of this style comes from the word “grand millennial,” that is, as “New Traditionalist,” or also called “Grandma Chic.”

This new interior decorating style adopts an old-school aesthetic and is layered. This gesture allows you to show off your whole personality.

This style has become widely admired among the younger generations.

Emerging as a reaction to the more: homogeneous, minimalist, bright, and uniformly white interiors, spread so popularly by the networks. Defined by a wide range of colors, patterns, and textures.

The “Grandmillennial” spaces feature vintage pieces and recycled items, along with handmade ones. To obtain a bohemian and retro atmosphere.

The approach of this interior decorative style is very sustainable since it has as a premise to give a second life to those old objects that used to have an outdated look.

Elements such as:

– Antiques

– Chinoiseries

– Crocheted blankets

– Vintage or old carpets

– Teapots and cups

– Onyx lamps

– And small terrariums

In other words, all those things that our grandmothers have always had in their homes.


Cottagecore is a lifestyle trend, rather than interior decoration as such. However, this aspect is influencing to a great extent, the world of decoration.

This new trendy style emphasizes nature, simplicity, and peace, away from technologies. They are encouraging people to enjoy the comfort of their own homes, booming in these pandemic times.

They are the main inspiration of this new philosophy of life and decoration, born from the desire to return to a slower way of life to our origins.


Scandinavian design or “Scandinavian style” has been one of the most popular trends since the 1930s. Moreover, it is known everywhere for its neutral colors and simplicity.

However, a new twist on this minimalist style is emerging in recent years, defined as the new Nordic interior decorating approach.

The inspiration for this decorative style comes from nature, to bring to the minimalist the color and natural materials that make the interiors more cozy, warm, comfortable, and less “cold.”

From toasted oranges and earth tones to deep blues and forest greens. Through a color palette inspired by nature and Nordic winter landscapes.

These are mixed with soft, pleasant, natural materials, along with organic shapes, always to maintain an elegant and clean aesthetic, balanced, which characterizes the Scandinavian interiors.


I could not leave this new Mediterranean style, modern, that so much boom is taking lately.

The modern Mediterranean style brings a minimalist approach to soft neutral tones, warmer, in combination with organic forms.

It is a new interpretation of the traditional Mediterranean interiors, with its usual whites, rural environments, blues, and decorative patterns so characteristic.

The fundamental key of these new and modern Mediterranean interiors is luminosity and, consequently, white.

Bright whites are combined with natural materials and light fabrics, such as linens, cotton, jute, rattan, in soft off-white or beige, creating a cozy, close, natural atmosphere, thus enhancing our well-being at home.

Nate Berkus
Nate Berkus, a distinguished interior designer with a Bachelor’s in Design and Environmental Analysis, has been transforming spaces with his unique aesthetics for over two decades. His professional journey includes working with top design firms before venturing into freelance design consulting. His expertise was cultivated through years of working on high-end residential and commercial projects. He joined our editorial team and offers readers a blend of contemporary style and practical decorating solutions. He is also an ardent traveler, drawing inspiration from different cultures to enrich his design philosophy.

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