2022 Home Design Trends

We have great expectations for our homes these days — perhaps greater than ever before. Beauty, comfort and functionality are non-negotiable, but so is a connection with nature and a feeling of well-being. See what we mean by exploring the six home design trends we think will shape 2022.

Natural wood: The new neutral

 

Though different in style, both of these natural wood custom-entry doors work perfectly in their respective spaces. Blogger and DIYer Rashida Banks’ door adds casual elegance to her modern classic kitchen, while Michelle Adams’ mid-century door works perfectly on her rambler. Photos by Rashida Banks and Michelle Adams.

Bare wood is setting a new standard. Its warm color and clean look creates a cozy feeling that works with styles ranging from minimalist to boho to modern. Adding to its appeal is the fact that it comes from the forest. People are searching for natural materials, making wood a perfect choice.

Get all the details about how people are incorporating natural wood into their homes in the Andersen Windows 2022 Home Design Look Book.

Solid stone: Timeless charm

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The stone walls in this kitchen give it European farmhouse vibes, which are perfectly balanced by modern features, like black plumbing and black Andersen® 100 Series windows. Photo by Aurora Design Group.

Earthy and enduring stone is adding old-world charm to people’s homes. Its rustic and refined look is both timeless and timely. A stone-accented home feels solid, like a place that will last for generations, and the natural origins of this material put our health-conscious minds at ease.

Find out how people are incorporating stone into their homes in the Andersen Windows 2022 Home Design Look Book.

Arched & circle windows: Delightfully unexpected


This Andersen® E-Series circle window adds just the right touch to an otherwise understated lake home. Its grilles were chosen to match the clerestory windows above. Photo by Gravitate Interiors + Design.

Distinctive and versatile circle and arched windows are giving homes more character. They’re a welcome contrast to the straight lines and right angles that make up most houses, and their organic shape fits in with a design ethos that’s grounded in nature.

See the creative ways people are incorporating arched and circle windows into their homes in the Andersen Windows 2022 Home Design Look Book.
 

Floor-to-ceiling windows: Emphasize the outdoors

Plant enthusiast and interior stylist Hilton Carter uses his floor-to-ceiling Andersen® E-Series window to full advantage by growing a citrus from an in-floor planter. Photo by Hilton Carter.
              

Windows whose frames begin at our feet and extend far above eye level are no longer just reserved for two-story rooms with sweeping views. As sustainable design principles focus on optimizing daylight and our appreciation of its health benefits increase, everyone is looking for bigger windows.

Explore how these dramatic windows are being used in all sorts of spaces, details await in the Andersen Windows 2022 Home Design Look Book.





 

Window walls: Expand square footage



Michelle Adams’ renovated rambler features Andersen® A-Series Folding Outswing Doors, which provide a seamless connection between her living room and deck. Photo by Michelle Adams.

Sliding glass walls and folding doors are being used to carve out new spaces melding indoors and outdoors. Replacing blank walls with views of nature, abundant sunlight and fresh breezes delivers on the desire for healthier homes while also creating ideal entertaining spaces.

See how this trend is taking shape in homes big and small — details await in the Andersen Windows 2022 Home Design Look Book. 
 

A-frame cabins: They’re back!

Photo caption: This vintage A-frame was modernized through a renovation that included adding a black metal roof, expanded outdoor space and new Andersen® 100 Series windows, among many other beautiful updates. Photo by scandi_aframe.

The iconic cabin design is reviving our dreams of leisure and allowing us to escape to the woods once again. With a renewed interest in nature sweeping through contemporary culture, plus an abiding taste for mid-century design, it was really only a matter of time before these cabins came back in style.

Check out some of our favorite A-frame designs in the Andersen Windows 2022 Home Design Look Book.

We hope these trends inspire you, and we’d love to see how you adapt them to your own personal style. Share your project with us on Instagram #AndersenWindows.
 

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