Grandmillennial Style: The Latest Interior Design Trend
Have you heard of the Grandmillennial Style? This new interior design trend will be massive in 2021! Indeed, if you’re a mid-century and retro lover, you’ll want to get to know all about this new way of merging past and present in your home. Thankfully, Insplosion is here to tell you all about it.
Your grandmother’s decor, updated. That’s what grandmillennial interior design is all about. Think of clashing patterns and floral wallpapers, fine china, and embroidered pillows. In fact, this interior design trend is the absolute opposite of the minimalist and contemporary styles we’ve been seeing all over the place in these last few decades.
Indeed, this trend is all about individuality. Just as in the project above, the aim is to use plenty of personal items and bold design choices to incorporate your own preferences into the room. Thus, old-fashioned armchairs and tables are paired up with excentric vintage decor elements such as the goat’s head and the record player.
So, what made your grandmother’s living room so unique? While feminine colors and interesting patterns might have at the top of the list, we’re willing to bet that the china and ceramics made a huge difference. Thus, this project uses colorful and unique ceramic decor to add a touch of individuality and joy to the room. Plus, it features another grandmillenial decor must-have: flowers!
We told you it was all about the patterns, and we wouldn’t want to disappoint you. But we didn’t just want to show you the typical floral patterns so often associated with “grandma” decor. Indeed, you can get the look by clashing other types of patterns and colors. Just take a look at this lovely, colorful bedroom! Aqua blue walls, emerald pillows, and a burgundy headboard, with an orange blanket to finish.
But you can’t have grandmillenial style without borrowing a bit from the rustic interior design school. Indeed, while this lovely project includes some distinctively modern items, such as the oven, it’s still a throwback to the comfort of your grandmother’s kitchen. Take a look at the flowers and vases that bring the touch of the earth into the room, at the rustic design of the chairs and mason jars full of herbs and spices. It’s the comfortable throwback you deserve.
Finally, we saved the best for last. This lovely, feminine tea-room is the height of grandmillenial interior design. Not only does it include a beautiful, floral wallpaper, but also feminine pastel colors and charmingly old-fashioned sofas and stools. It’s a living coral wonder that brings the familiar charm of the past to the present.