You’ve likely heard of popular interior design styles like farmhouse, bohemian and transitional. But there are many more types out there – and here are three of them.
- Japandi. A cross between Japanese and Scandinavian design styles, where clean, modern lines and natural wood tones create an aesthetically pleasing and relaxing vibe. Great for trendsetters who also love to curl up at home with a good book.
- Grandmillenial. Start with the traditional idea of a grandma’s house, bring it into the new millennium and you’ll get grandmillenial. Antique china, floral wallpaper and dark wood furniture paired with metal accents and abstract art mean that – in a grandmillenial home – there’s always something to look it. Great for those who like to surround themselves with patterns and aren’t afraid to just go for it.
Rustic Minimalism. Minimalism is a design trend that will never go out of style, but it can be a bit too bare bones for some. By adding in natural elements and not-so-perfect vintage finds, a minimalist space suddenly becomes inviting. Great for those who don’t like to have a lot of “stuff” in their home, but still crave a touch of warmth.