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Darren Kennedy: Get on board with 2022’s big interiors trend and make your home a health and wellness sanctuary

After two stressful years working from home, it’s time to rework our personal spaces and turn them back into peaceful retreats

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Mid-century Czech chairs, €1,095 each, Arnotts

Mid-century Czech chairs, €1,095 each, Arnotts

Merino club chair with gold legs, €497.50, geridesigns.ie

Merino club chair with gold legs, €497.50, geridesigns.ie

Set of three copper planters, €60, kopperkreation.com

Set of three copper planters, €60, kopperkreation.com

Diptyque electric wall diffuser, €105, Brown Thomas

Diptyque electric wall diffuser, €105, Brown Thomas

Ceramic 200ml diffusers, €7 each, Penneys

Ceramic 200ml diffusers, €7 each, Penneys

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Mid-century Czech chairs, €1,095 each, Arnotts

Believe it or not, one of the top interiors trends for 2022 is not a colour or a cushion or a throw. It is, according to the American Society of Interior Designers, health and wellness.

If you’re in the market for a new home, you might be aware that the latest property developments are being built with wellness in mind. Where once the idea of a few dumb-bells and a rowing machine were considered a home gym, now if it doesn’t have a spa, a steam room, a pool and a fitness metaverse, it’s not going to cut it. It’s a nice idea, but not one we’ll see in Irish developments for a while.


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