Interior trends change from year to year with some becoming iconic and long-lived and others quickly being replaced. One trend that’s set to be the “biggest” of 2022 is biophilic design. Demand for biophilic design is already soaring to 200 percent and it’s expected that this will be incorporated into many property interiors this year.
Vicky Salmon, Head Florist at Interflora said biophilic interior design is “becoming increasingly popular as we move into 2022”.
She added: “More of us are looking to bring elements of the outdoors into our homes, populating areas with plants that have both physical and mental wellbeing benefits as well as being aesthetically beautiful to look at.“
Biophilic design focuses on the human connection between nature and the environment.
The interior design trend incorporates plants and nature into homeowner’s everyday space.
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Vicky said peace lilies can improve the quality of your sleep.
She said: “As we all know, sleep is an essential function that helps your body to recharge. Without sufficient or quality sleep, people often struggle to complete day-to-day tasks.
“If you’re looking to improve the quality of your sleep then peace lilies are the perfect bloom for you.
“They help to filter the indoor air and increase and increase humidity which helps you to breathe easier.
The houseplant can also be put on a shelf or in a hanging pot and allowed to drape and grow.
Rubber plants are also great for biophilic design.
Vicky said this plant can offer “amazing health benefits”.
She said: “Not only does this plant provide the perfect addition to your biophilic design aesthetically, but it also has amazing health benefits.
“The plant assists in removing pollutants from the air such as carbon dioxide.
Find out more at Interflora