With us all spending a significant amount of time at home at the moment, it has been a time that we have all thought about making the most of our home and ways that we can improve it. In fact, throughout lockdown there was a huge home improvement boom in the UK with many people searching for ways to make the most of their homes.
One of the biggest trends that is making a comeback and can be seen all over Instagram at the moment is the style known as ‘Grandmillennial’. This is a breath of fresh air for interior design, which has spent many years being ruled by stark and minimalist looks, as well as neutral colours and sparse rooms.
The Grandmillenial look is a complete departure from this and the antidote we all need! The term is coined from the styles of yesteryear, typically favoured by the older generation – prints, chintz and fussy details are order of the day, creating a cosy and comfortable space to spend time in.
If you are looking to introduce this style to your home, look for tassled furniture, and features for the room – for example a ceiling rose or some statement lighting, creative cables supply ceiling roses which are perfect for adding that extra detail to your room.
Creating this look is also a lot of fun – have a look for antique items of furniture in local second-hand shops and use cosy knits to add even more comfort to the room.