If you love to embrace the latest decorating trend, but you still crave the warm nostalgia of vintage decor, the grandmillennial style is for you! Also dubbed “granny chic,” grandmillennial home decor is a fresh take on all your fond memories of grandma’s house. The secret to keeping this style looking modern is to blend heirloom-style pieces with solid colors and transitional decor. Even the bold appearance of contemporary furnishings can be softened with grandmillennial accessories.
Some hallmarks of the grandmillennial style include classic patterns like floral, toile, and plaid. Floral wallpaper is a staple of this decorating trend, but if you’re not ready to make that leap, you can still make a statement with toile curtains, a petal-dappled area rug, or bouquet-patterned bedding. Among all the lovely flowers abundant in this style, you’ll also find wicker furniture, throw pillows with needlepoint or tassels, Asian-inspired influences, elaborate chandeliers, and pleated-shade lamps.
Now is the time to find your own quirky take on grandmillennial home decor! Take a look at the room we’ve decorated in this fun style. Click on the image to shop the look on the Touch of Class® site.
Are you looking for an easy way to perk up your kitchen table or accentuate your favorite theme? Just select a set of reversible placemats! These placemats make your dining experience a little more enjoyable – plus clean-up will be simple at the end of the meal. Placemats are made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic materials and have Microban protection. Each reverses to a different complementary design, providing two looks in one. Click here to view our entire collection of four-piece reversible placemat sets, including the placemats described below.
Wine enthusiasts will be happy to add the Tuscan Pinot Reversible Placemats to their table settings. The face features three bottles of wine and a variety of scrumptious fruits and cheeses; flip it over to show a mottled background with grape bunches and leaves in the corners.
Perky golden sunflowers in a glass jar, a warm baguette… what else is missing from your table? Ah, the Signature Rooster Placemat Set
. One side spotlights a proud rooster against a background of script, while the other has leaf designs and a small rooster in the corner.
Wipe the sand off your feet, and come inside your coastal bungalow for a light meal. The Linen Shells Reversible Placemats have plenty of beachy appeal, with a seashell design on one side and blue coral on the other.
Écoute! It’s time for a lesson in French—French country decor, that is! A pastoral yet elegant decorating style, French country decor is characterized by its vintage accents and emblematic color schemes. You can preen a bedroom to Parisian perfection with French country bedding. Floral patterns and primary colors offset by timeworn neutrals make for a beautiful, rustic bedspread.
Named for a French country manor, the Chateau bedspread is a rubicund palette of red, blue, green, and off-white. Its sister, the Chalet, receives its moniker from the Alpine cottage with a wide, sloping roof built to divert heavy snows. Appropriately, an arctic assortment of blue, cream, tan, indigo, and off-white tinges this bedding. Both are dappled with an allover vertical diamond pattern, and the vermicelli quilting provides a distinctly provincial look. Spanning the off-white bands at the top and along the bottom edges, a parade of flowers ties in the flourishing fields of the French countryside.
Chateau Rouge and Chalet Bleu are cultured without being too frou-frou or fussy. Gusseted, split corners keep them compact and low-key, but the Old World patterns and pleasing colors are what lend these bedspreads their quaint appeal.
Whether it is charmingly pastoral or luxuriously opulent, French bedding will awaken your bedroom and give it a fresh new look.