As you know, you can freely borrow from any style to help you create the best version of your storied home. Because of its many connections to the past and the mothers and grandmothers who informed it, Grandmillennial style offers great opportunities for borrowing bits and pieces of the look to elevate any storied home. Following you will see some of the great rooms that illustrate how diverse the interpretations of this awesome style are:
Pattern & Color
Use patterns (more is better) in the same colorway (see the bedroom above) or two colors as seen in the living room below. This really works in a most beautiful way that can help you create your best storied home.
Botanical Prints & Wicker
Use botanical prints to bring a garden feel to your storied living room. Wicker or ratan can add to that light and airy outdoor look.
Pale Green & Pink on White Florals
The Granny Chic look has contributed this charming color duo to Grandmillennial style. If a soft feminine living room is what you’re going for, this awesome combo may suit your design aesthetic and your storied home.
Green & White
Here’s another option for giving your living room that appealing garden feel. And who doesn’t need a woven wicker snail magazine rack in the living? Additionally, fringe on the ottoman is so on-style.
White & Lilac with a Big Dose of Pattern
You’ll definitely want to borrow this Grandmillenial look for one of your storied home bedrooms, perhaps a guest room. It’s hard to know where to start because each element is so perfect. The upholstered headboard is stunning against the floral wallpaper. The narrow piping is such a gorgeous detail on the bedding. Sometimes the totally unexpected touch is best of all. Enter this modern table lamp. How cool is that?
Colorful Animal Prints
Animal prints fit beautifully into just about any space. Adopt the look as your own, with an animal print plus other patterns. The colorway makes all the difference. This modern upholstered bench works at the foot of the bed because it fits perfectly into the room’s colorway.
Birds & Botanicals
Above, wall art featuring birds and a gallery wall of botanical prints illustrates how you can bring nature into even the most elegant of living rooms. And there’s that fringe again, this time deep, intricate woven, and gorgeous.
Mostly White with Pattern
If you’ve fallen for all white or mostly white bedrooms, you can still get the Grandmillenial look. Simply add lots of texture and pattern. Notice those pleated lamp shades, they’re another must-have for this appealing style. The gorgeous rug even shows off a great pattern and texture.
The elements of Grandmillenial style mentioned here are just a few of the many ways you can add touches of this wildly popular look to your storied home. Grandmillenial Grandeur, as it is sometimes referred to, may be filled with nostalgia, but it’s definitely not your Grandma’s style. It’s a more refined, elegant look that includes touches pulled from fond memories of happier times. These nostalgic additions can help you tell your family’s story in your storied home.