People are starting to get more creative with their work-from-home solutions
This year, we can expect our kitchens and spacious walk-in closets to continue to serve double duty as makeshift offices.
Many open-plan kitchens will continue to adapt into alternative workspaces with smart shelves, space-saving features, and maximized corners. I’m predicting an insurgence of kitchen nooks as cozy work-from-home options.
Large walk-in closets can also be an alternative to working in the living room.
Color can really impact the vibe of a space, whether it comes from the walls, furniture, or decor.
I predict that warmer colors such as deep reds, yellows, and oranges will be on heavy display in living spaces this year to make them feel cozier.
Being quarantined at home with roommates or family members for the past couple of years taught us the importance of privacy.
Creating a dedicated private space at home can help you, and the people you live with, make time for quiet moments.
Meditation nooks, floating art walls, hanging curtains, and more can achieve this sense of privacy and peace.