Your Design Style Is…

grand millennial

Grandmillennial style: A heartfelt embrace of traditional elegance and craftsmanship, where nostalgia meets modernity, creating spaces that resonate with warmth, storytelling, and timeless charm.

more about the style

Grandmillennial design style, often associated with nostalgia and a love for traditional aesthetics, is on the rise. It’s a fresh take on classic design, celebrating craftsmanship and history with elements like pleated lampshades, ruffled linens, needlepoint pillows, and a penchant for vintage finds, all creating a sense of warmth and storytelling in modern interiors.

inspiration for Grandmillennial homes

In a Grandmillennial style home, you would typically find…


blending soft pastels, muted tones, and timeless neutrals.


Delicate and ornate architectural details like decorative mouldings and intricate trim work.


An eclectic mix of traditional and vintage furniture pieces with character and charm.


The use of natural materials like wood and textiles with classic floral patterns.


A sense of balanced design with a focus on traditional and timeless symmetry.


Layering of textures through vintage textiles, decorative fabrics, and cozy linens.


A variety of lighting sources, including classic chandeliers, antique sconces, and elegant table lamps.


Antique artwork, vintage collectibles, and a blend of decorative accents from different eras.


Upholstery featuring plush fabrics like velvet and tailored pieces with classic upholstery.


A curated collection of traditional and vintage art pieces, creating a sense of nostalgia and history in the space.
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design isn’t one size fits all

often we love pieces from all different design styles. Here are some other styles to explore:
What’s Next?

Now that you’ve pinpointed your design style, consider donating or giving away items that don’t match your design preferences. This not only frees up space but also helps create a more cohesive and enjoyable living environment, allowing you to curate a home that truly reflects your taste and style.

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After buying my first home in 2020, I turned a tight budget + my design degree into a DIY adventure. Now, I inspire others to create personalized, affordable home styles, sharing my journey and tips online.

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