From elements of cottagecore to crochet, we’ve seen this rise into fashion in 2020 and think it will be stronger than ever before. Just as people are looking for traditional styles to soothe the uncertainty of the world, the Grandmillennial style offers similar comforts. This style, however, pulls from classic design styles, leaning into antiques, busy patterns, and preppy elements such as ruffles. One great thing about this style is that it’s easy to obtain, with many hallmark pieces available at flea markets and antique stores for a steal! Grandmillennials are also loving Victorian wallpaper with William Morris prints making a huge splash in the design world. The colorful and vibrant floral prints make a true statement.
We love a collected look. To create an eclectic vibe in your home–seek out small treasures that feel unique to you. Head to the flea market to pick out a vintage rug, or perhaps a few upcycled vases. Layer in greenery like trees and succulents. Play with your wall art and experiment colors! When it comes to the eclectic style, it's all about your personal style and what you're drawn to!
Give your Mid-Century Living Room a feminine touch with just a few simple pieces! Incorporate texture into your living room by layering a faux fur rug and adding colorful velvet pillows. Also, include gold accents enhance the glam-feminine vibe!
The trick to working with a bright multicolor theme is to choose one or two dominant colors. In this room, blue and magenta are woven through the room with delicate purpose. Matching throw pillows with a colorful rug are key components in making this industrial living room design shine.
Complementary colors orange and blue are frequently used for team uniforms, and its easy to see why. As opposites on the color spectrum, the colors are high contrast giving them an attention-grabbing sporty feel. In interior design, they can also be a game-changer adding high-contrast zest to your space.
The low slanted walls in this living room make it challenging to have ample seating while not feeling crowded. The Modsy designer used several smart design solutions to make the space seem bigger and provide enough accommodation for a large group to feel comfortable. They choose a light color palette for the space, making it appear bigger they also selected foundational furniture which sits low to the ground making the ceilings seem higher.
It's incredible how quickly kid clutter adds up. One second you're looking for a perfectly clean kid's room, and the next feels like a tiny tornado has whirled through the space. So it's a good idea to have smart storage solutions to make cleaning up easy. Here we've added a large square basket for storage and paired it with a reading lamp to serve as a bench for storytime.
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