Kevin Isbell says that new generations always rebel against their parents in their interior design. This new trend shows house owners looking towards their grandmother’s generation for inspiration. It’s being called Grandmillenial style. It takes some of the classic styles from around the thirties and adds in modern colors for a cozy combination. This style is all about putting your personality into your rooms. It uses earthy color tones with such things as wood furniture, floral wallpaper, and skirted tables.
- There is rarely such a thing as a style or trend that entirely disappears. Over time everything returns albeit with tweaks and a bit of modernization.
- The funny bit is that every generation turns up a nose at what Mom and Dad did, only to revert to what Grandma and Grandpa did.
- Today, there are those that hate the single color, mass-produced and born from a catalog look of what they grew up with.
“With big doses of pattern and texture, the granny-chic look reflects twenty- and thirty-somethings’ desire for a space that shows off their individuality. “This generation isn’t afraid to mix in brown wood furniture or their grandmother’s China to add personality and uniqueness to their homes—and their Instagram feed,” Isbell says.”
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