- Jan. 20, 2021
-- Authentic design, love for the luxe yet grounded in their passion for conscious living, millennials have unique living needs. Millennials love technology that makes life more connected, emboldened and adaptable designs that evolve with their lifestyle over time. Interior design for millennials is all about creativity, originality but practical and functionality as well.
Millennials optimize even the smallest of spaces and storage is the key. Old trunk chests repurposed into coffee tables or chai tables have more than one use and take up less space. Use them to store your extra pillows or magazines or blankets. Reclaimed Antique doors from Havelis in India used as wall sculptures express individuality and uniqueness as well as provide grounding energies. End Tables and chests created from old windows with brass work, bookcases using arched door frames and eclectic carvings, the old woods and rustic patina give the old farmhouse character.
Use vintage patchwork tribal tapestries and authentic handloom throws, abstract mandala and midcentury printed wall hangings, transform a wall without spending too much money. Accent walls add a lot of character and are easy and fun. Create a dressed up wall with vintage arched windows that carry the tribal tapestry behind it. Rustic woods, antique barn doors, vintage textiles carry the old world charm. Distressed woods mixed with iron and brass gives the mid-century effect, as well as bringing in a little farmhouse chic. Industrial look is the biggest trend, showcasing an edgy warehouse look with raw unfinished wood and metal surfaces.https://www.etsy.com/shop/mogulgallery