Build | 28 April 2022

2022 Interior Trends From Gyprock

by Carlisle Homes

We hear from Gyprock on how to create interiors with Impact in 2022.

When it comes to interior design, you want to create a space that not only reflects your design vision but also optimizes a space’s full potential. With so many factors to consider, Gyprock is here with the latest interior trends for 2022 and some tips to help you make sure every little detail is accounted for, to get a beautiful space that looks great and caters to your evolving needs.

Meet Gyprock

Gyprock is a trusted Carlisle Supplier as Australia’s leading manufacturer of plasterboard products. Pioneering plasterboard in 1947, Gyprock’s offerings include an extensive range of innovative plasterboards, cornices, compounds, adhesives and specialty plasters and more. With products of the highest standards, Gyprock continues to deliver the best solutions to architects, designers, builders, and contractors.

CSR Gyprock understands the importance of creating comfortable spaces that will meet our evolving needs. Featured here: Scarborough Grand, Smiths Lane, Clyde North.

‘There is no place like home’, a phrase that resonates more than ever in the wake of the last two years and, for Australian homeowners, creating a beautiful and tranquil home remains key in 2022.

Interior design continues to have a significant impact on our daily lives with our surroundings greatly affecting our mood, stress levels and overall health. People are increasingly developing their spaces to reflect this, creating homes where they can thrive by investing in detail to make their dwellings more comfortable and to meet their evolving needs.

Whether it’s a cosmetic update to the lounge room to make it more “zoom” friendly or to create a larger footprint for multi-generational living, CSR Gyprock considers what this year is bringing to our interiors.

It’s all about those curves

Curves have been moving gracefully through our interiors since 2020 and they show no sign of slowing down, rather, there are increasingly innovative ways to adopt the trend into our homes. From shapely furnishings to curved bathtubs, round mirrors and accessories, fluid detailing can bring a point of difference to an interior’s look and feel, and promote a sense of calm, in fitting with the way we are choosing to live in our homes.

“Curves can bring an interesting contrast to an interior’s architecture,” says Renee. “Working alongside elements such as walls, ceilings, bulkheads and staircases, stunning design features can be achieved through select finishings and furniture.”

“With current trends in mind, curves and colour can work together beautifully, to result in a soft, organic flow throughout the home,” Renee continues.

Neutral tones and accents that bring the outdoors in, assist in creating relaxed environments and are on the rise for 2022. Featured here: Piermont, Attwell Estate, Deanside.

Colour palette

Neutral and earthy tones will be dominating the colour scheme in 2022, with colours like beige, white, ivory, taupe and grey. As people will continue to spend more time in their home than they did pre-pandemic, tones that assist in creating a calm and relaxed environment will be key, while opening many possibilities to accent through furnishings, trimmings and plants.

It’s all in the details

Perfectly crafted white walls provide the perfect foundation for adding detail, they can be textured with artwork and pattern, enabling you to personalise your space. “Gyprock enables the opportunity to create the perfect blank canvas for featuring much-loved artwork and wallpaper,” says Renee. “Whether subtle or flamboyant, detail will give a bit more character to a space, helping to add dramatic appeal and a point of difference.”

Opting to paint the trims on walls such as cornice can extend an interior style throughout a room. “Cornices are often overlooked when homeowners are planning and designing their rooms, but the right cornice can quickly transform a living space and complete the look of the room,” says Renee. Gyprock offers a range of cornice profiles to complement interior design elements.

Outdoor elements inside

Inspired by people’s needs to be closer to nature, biophilic design continues to soar in popularity as we look to introduce living nature into our interiors.  Beyond plants, interiors are increasingly simulating exteriors by exposing natural materials such as brick, timber and steel on the inside.

The ultimate indoor, outdoor design might incorporate large windows and sliding glass doors to allow plenty of sunlight and a cool breeze to flow inside. “Juxtaposing natural elements such as timber, brick and stone against white walls and ceilings can create an impressively dramatic effect” says Renee.”

Creating a backyard pavilion is another perfect way to enjoy the outdoors at home. Key to the Australian way of living, a well-designed outdoor entertaining zone can enhance your interior and vice versa. 

Prioritising open-plan layouts and incorporating clever multi-functional spaces within them is essential in 2022. Featured here: Scarborough Grand, Smiths Lane, Clyde North.

Multifunctional living

How to use your space in 2022? The future of home living remains open plan, with the possibility to have multi-functional rooms. If you haven’t already added a home office then now is the time to do so, designers are continuing to find new ways to integrate clever working areas into designs by adding definition and unique architectural dimensions to delineate space.

Differing ceiling heights or bulkheads can create visual interest and they are practical ways to give direction to the free flow of an open plan space or create a new look for an existing home.

A building material like Gyprock can fill the needs of both form and function. Specialty boards such as Superchek™ and Soundchek™ for acoustic and impact requirements can be used for rooms where noise control is desirable and where you might expect a lot of wear and tear. There is no limit on what you can do with your walls and ceilings when you pair innovative design with superb craftsmanship.

Australian owned and made, Gyprock offers design tips to show how elevated design thinking coupled with great craftsmanship can take a basic building material like Gyprock and shape them into timeless, sophisticated architecture. You can see more of their offerings here.

Carlisle Homes is here to help make your homeowner’s dreams a reality. Start your journey with a visit to one of our display homes located across Melbourne, or head over to the Inspire section of the Home Files for tips on how to make your interior vision a reality.  

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