Why grandmillennial style is the granny-chic interior trend to covet

It’s time to be schooled by the old-school. Here’s how to embrace the granny chic interior trend with Grandmillennial style

grandmillennial style

If you’re looking for an antidote to the stark minimalism of the Scandi-style hay day, stop looking because we’ve found it for you. Grandmillennial style is bold, punchy, patterned and colourful, and it’s here to stay.

You might also hear it referred to as “granny-chic” style thanks to its partiality for patterned floral wallpaper, antique pieces and gingham prints. But even though it takes its inspiration from traditional English country homes, don’t think of it as dull and stuffy, because it is in fact the opposite. Grandmillennial style takes a modern take on this look with bold colours and eclectic patterns.

To re-create this look at home try patterned wallpaper, rattan and cane furniture, gingham and floral prints, antique homewares and plenty of pastels. Here are a few of our top picks below:

grandmillennial style

Clockwise from top left: Ria 3 seater sofa, $1399, from Danske Mobler. Rattan table lamp, $32, from Kmart. Bijou embroidered cushion, around $200, from Sage x Clare. Sage x Clare Cybille flower cushion, $115, from Tea Pea. 


Left to right: Sophia lounge chair in black, $339, from Cintesi. Fruit and Flora Spring art print by Emelia Clarke, $49, from Endemicworld. Luscious cup and saucer in White Poppy, $84, from T2. Anna + Nina twisted candles (set of two), $25 from Ruby.

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Left to right: Abigail pot, $19.99 (small), $29.99 (medium), and $34.99 (large), from H&M. Giraffe armchair, $1099, from Freedom. Sage & Clare Louna Fringe cushion, $109, from Moi on George. Society of Wanderers quilt in Lydia & Kitty Floral, $429, from Tea Pea Home.


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