Interior Design Trends for 2022 with IDHOUSE

Showcasing Eichholtz Marbella designs, first-rate interior designers based in Marbella IDHOUSE walks us through some of the most on-trend interior design ideas for you to spruce up your living space. 

Interior decorating a house or flat can be a fun task, and finding the perfect style to make the space comfortable and inviting is not that difficult. While designing the home is certainly exciting, the process can also be overwhelming. Striking the right balance between form and function has its challenges.

Located in Marbella next to Puerto Banus, prominent studio IDHOUSE boasts an impressive showroom collection of various interior design styles such as Contemporary to Art Deco, Scandinavian to Bohemian, you name it, to suit all our international clientele living in Costa del Sol from all around the world with varying tastes in styles. 

Luckily for us, IDHOUSE has shared with us fantastic ideas to revamp the look of your home in five practical and eye-catching ways. 

In 2022, we can expect to see interior design trends such as the use of natural materials, multifunctional spaces, retro vintage, curved furniture and more. 

Discover how IDHOUSE weaves together these varying styles in its showroom to bring a fresh take on interior design, presenting brand Eichholtz Marbella:  

Much like the evolution of fashion in recent years, interiors are increasingly becoming less about what’s trendy and more about personal expression. 

“Naturalness”  will be the leading scheme. From using rich textures, natural colours and organic shapes from arches to curved furniture. 

Research shows that natural colour schemes and organic forms like those found in nature reduce stress, lower blood pressure and heart rate, increase productivity and creativity, and make us happier.


Using neutral and subtle colours like beige, white, ivory, taupe, and grey opens up an array of possibilities for your home as you can also use other tones for accents.

Bring on the textured fabrics! Velvets, sherpa, and boucles are the ‘it’ fabrics for 2022, cosy fabrics not only feel amazing but look chic and luxurious. We’ll also see fringe taking a front seat next year on furniture, especially sofas and ottomans.


If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s this: We need a little more softness in our lives. This may explain the highly reported interior design trend of curvy furniture.

The curved furniture trend took off this past year, reviving a timeless mid-century trend that dates back to the ’60s and ’70s, and we don’t see it going away anytime soon! Maybe we’re all just feeling a little fragile, but many of us are still not ready for sharp edges in our interiors. Femininity will have an impact on form in 2022, conveyed through rounded details ranging from circular structural elements to gentle curves.

Living room bars and drink trolleys will be huge in 2022, to bring Your home enjoyment even closer. This trend has got a clever use of space and real purpose to adults-only entertaining space. 

With the lockdown, we have also seen a huge surge in more people choosing and/or having to work from home. A trend that is likely here to stay, many of us have learned how to best utilise the space in our homes, hence improving the overall functions of a single room. 

When it comes to working at home, it is important to create a space that can meet all your needs. Working at home can lead to many distractions and temptations to get distracted.

Discover the Eichholtz Collection at



IDHOUSE Address: 

Ctra. Nacional N – 340 km 173

Centro Comercial Azalea

Nueva Andalucia , Marbella 29660, Spain

+ 34 951 569 184

See for their online store or to see all their ranges in the showroom. 

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