Interior design is always evolving and changing. There are several aesthetics that began trending in 2021 that will become even more prominent in 2022. Here are several styles that we are excited to see grow in the coming year.


Where minimalism looks to pair back and eliminate excess, maximalism embraces it. Think bold, saturated colors, complementary patterns, high contrast, and over-the-top decor. If maximalist design had a motto, it would be “more is more.”

Drapery Street has many bold fabrics to bring this style to life, including the new Iris Apfel collection from Fabricut. This American fashion icon celebrated her 100th birthday this past August with a fabulous fabric collection. See it for yourself in the Drapery Street showroom.


Cottagecore style embodies the need for coziness by creating a relaxing space drawn from vintage, natural styles. Think nights spent wrapped up in a blanket and sipping hot cocoa while watching the snow fall outside. Cottagecore embraces the romantic parts of agricultural life and nostalgia for the countryside.

Give your home a cottage-style makeover with a warm, neutral color palette and natural elements. For the windows, consider drapes made from luxe linens or with a soft vintage-inspired floral pattern.


Rustic vogue turns up the glamour on the cottagecore style. The result is a more refined look with 1970s minimalist vibes. Many of Drapery Street’s designer clients are embracing this style by using white and black fabrics, wood elements, and warm tones. If you love the coziness of cottagecore but desire more sophistication, this is the style for you.


Now more than ever, people are looking for ways to blend indoor and outdoor living while bringing more comfort and utility to their outdoor spaces. Enjoying the outdoors is a trend that’s here to stay.

Sales of outdoor shades have exploded as homeowners seek protection from the elements, a barrier against bugs, and privacy. When used in tandem with outdoor heaters and fireplaces, shades can keep outdoor spaces comfortable even when there is snow on the ground.


Each year, more and more people work toward a sustainable lifestyle. Up to half of a home’s heating and cooling can be lost through its windows.

Drapery Street offers a variety of eco-friendly products. Hunter Douglas GreenScreen® Sea-Tex™ screen shade fabrics are made with yarn spun out of recovered coastal and marine plastic. Parkland® wood blinds are cut from wood harvested from responsibly managed forests. The blinds give back what they take, too. Hunter Douglas makes a donation to the Arbor Day Foundation to support rainforest preservation with each Parkland® blind purchased.


What will always be in style is showcasing your unique personality and creating a house that feels good to come home to. The designers at Drapery Street will help you bring your one-of-a-kind style to life with one-of-a-kind customized window treatments. Schedule a consultation at to get started personalizing your space in the new year.