If you want to delve into the grandmillennial trend, you’re in the right place! Today we’ll show you how adding a touch of green can make this grandmillennial trend work for almost every room. Note *You don’t have to change your whole home for trends and can just add a few elements!
As we enter a new decade, an unexpected home decor trend makes an appearance. Lead by nostalgic millennials seeking an aesthetic escape and a new sense of individuality; the ‘grandmillennial’ style is on the rise.
Just like in fashion, home-decor has a cycle of trends every couple of decades. And this time around, grandma’s living room is in the spotlight.
Ditching the monochromatic and minimalistic decor that just until recently inundated their Pinterest boards, some millennials are embracing the homey granny-chic style.
The lovers of this trend seek a home that reflects their personal style, and they’re not afraid of putting their mix-and-match individuality on full display.
What is Grandmillenial Home Decor Style?
We talked about it a little more in this post and shared a moody dark Grandmillennial makeover home tour here. The Grandmillennial style -a term coined by Emma Bazilian from House Beautiful – takes inspiration from grandma’s love of chinoiserie and patterned everything, giving it a modern spin.
From florals, intricate wallpaper, knick-knacks all the way to cheeky monograms, and preppy prints.
The grandmillennial aesthetic may seem a bit stuffy, sure. On the other hand, if done correctly it can give you the best of both worlds.
A nostalgic feel with modern comfort.
If you’re yearning to go back to a more traditional aesthetic in your home, you’re not alone. In their third annual report, the company Modsy predicts the traditional home decor style trend to grow in 2021.
Let’s get a closer look at how you can add some of the grandmillennial green elements to your own home with some inspiration from real homes!
Adding A Dose Of GrandMillennial Green In Home Decorating
A French Dream – Town And Country
A Retro Twist to the Grandmillennial Style – Astrid Templier
Just have a look at how the dainty geometrical wallpaper, patterned floral curtains in green and cream shades, fresh and vibrant green indoor plants, and one single geometrical green pillow. This perfect mix elevates the room to a whole new level!
Green and Blue = Grandmillennial Perfection – Stacie Flinner
The Ideal Family Room, Granny-Chic Edition – Country Life
The Grandmillennial Green Dream Dining Room – Schumacher
Cozy Nook Corner, a la Grandmillennial – Collins Interiors
But it also added some unexpected details, like the striking pale glossy grandmillennial green wood panels, light-weight curtains, and a mix of different colored wood furniture.
Retro Inspired Gallery Wall – A Story of a Home
A Contemporary Take – Melanie Lissack Interiors
Lush Green Kitchen – M + M Interior Design
The green walls and classical landscape painting add an air of sophistication to an otherwise dull space.
Airy Grandmillennial Green Living Room – Pender And Peony
Grandmillennial with an Eclectic Edge – M + M Interior Design
Full of eclectic yet classical style, this corner is particularly lovely thanks to the mix of textures and colors. For example, the rattan-woven tray, dark wood table, and eye-catching framed vintage portraits. But it’s the striking Grandmillennial green floral wallpaper that makes everything work together seamlessly.
A Chic Combo: Green and Pink Shades – Shop Society Social
A simple way to add this trend it’s to elevate your home decor with a few details; Just look at Stephanie Hills’ chic NY apartment.
Using soft green accents and serene pinks along with earthy wooden furniture, she created a sensation of warmth, comfort, and uniqueness without going overboard.
Do you see yourself adding some green to your home? Let me know what you think in the comments!