The Year’s Most Unexpected Decor Trend (& What Grandmas Have to Do With It)

It was inevitable. Maximalists who tried to suppress their true instincts when the Marie Kondo love affair was playing out are on a rebound. And what a rebound it’s turning out to be.

A decor style named Grandmillennial—a portmanteau of grandma and mi…

It was inevitable. Maximalists who tried to suppress their true instincts when the Marie Kondo love affair was playing out are on a rebound. And what a rebound it's turning out to be.

A decor style named Grandmillennial—a portmanteau of grandma and millennial—took over our instagram feeds a couple months ago, and it’s a good one: modern-day design co-existing with retro elements that look like grandma’s inheritance finally came through. The essence of the Grandmillennial style involves a young (ish) person taking ownership of granny’s needlepoint pillows and tasseled lampshades and making them share space with their existing mid-century modern/Scandinavian/farmhouse decor.

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