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Interior Design Styles 101

Meagan Del Marmol @casa.delmarmol 003

Your style is not limited to the clothes you wear, the way you are most productive at work, or the music you like to listen to. Your personal interior design style says just as much about you (or maybe more) as your favorite footwear or your preferred music genre. And while some design styles may be familiar to you (Contemporary, Traditional, Rustic) others maybe not so much (Industrial, Bohemian, Scandinavian).

So whether you just purchased a new home or you’re looking to update your current space, you probably already have a good sense of what works best for your lifestyle. Or maybe you don’t, and it seems like a daunting task to decide on a style that best fits you and your home. Whichever category you fit into, it never hurts to get more information before you make decisions. And that is why we are here to help! We are going to be sharing different interior design styles, giving you a bit of the vibe each has, and how you can add this style to each room in your home. Hopefully, this will give you some inspiration as you go about designing your space! So let’s get into it.


Minimalist home decor is exactly what it sounds like. Clean lines, neutral color palettes, and simple finishes to your decor. Minimalist home decor started in the 1950s as an art movement and follows the “less is more” concept. 

At Frame It Easy you know our philosophy on custom framing is that there are no rules, really…if you love it, go for it. We say the same thing about decorating. So if the minimalist home decor trend appeals to you, give it a try. While you look for decor pieces and inspiration to create a minimalist style in your home, keep the words simple and functional in mind. But remember, “less is more” doesn’t mean boring, especially not in home decor! 

While you may think you are limited with what you can do with a minimalist home decor style, it definitely doesn’t have to be! So let’s explore some ways to bring minimalist style into your home. And along the way, we’ll share some of our favorite artwork along with frame styles we offer that will complement the modern look of every room in your home.

Minimalist Décor Kitchen 

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When creating a minimalist decor kitchen, you want to be able to incorporate all the necessary appliances while still sticking to the aesthetic of a minimalist style. You and your family probably spend a ton of time in your kitchen, cooking, baking, and eating, so you want to make sure it is comfortable while still being sleek. White countertops and cabinets are clean and simple while the nude accent colors warm up your space. Only keep the necessities like utensils and hand soap on your countertops to keep your space clutter-free. The shiplap kitchen island gives the room some dimension without distracting or throwing things out of order. 

Minimalist Décor Living Room 

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The color white will be a big theme throughout this post. The simplicity of the color makes your room seem more open and well, simple — which is exactly what we’re going for with this decor style. Your living room is probably often used when entertaining guests. This makes it the perfect place to display all your great family photos. Adding large matboards around your photos can instantly change up the look of your photo. Our Ashford frames in Satin Black give a formal look to keep the simplicity of your room.  

Minimalist Décor Bedroom 

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When designing your bedroom, you want to create a calming space to relax in. While bright, neutral colors are usually the go-to colors in minimalistic decor, it’s never a bad idea to add a dark color for an extra pop. With the rest of your minimalistic home being bright and airy colors, try something different with your bedroom! The dark green walls in this bedroom add a sense of coziness against the simplistic decor. The addition of our Ashford frame style in Satin Gold frames adds a wonderful focal point. Using dark colors may seem to make your space appear smaller, so consider adding a large floor mirror to open the space up a bit more. 

Minimalist Décor Bathroom 

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When decorating your bathroom to fit the minimalist decor style, try to switch out your decor pieces for pieces that double as storage and functionality instead. Add a small white basket underneath your sink to hold all your bath towels, add a sleek glass jar on your countertop for toothbrushes, etc. 

Add marble countertops for a simple, yet classy feel to the bathroom. The gold accents for the faucet and toilet paper holder add a luxurious feel while still staying clean and simplistic. Again, use large white matboards for your black and white framed photos for a more contemporary design. Our Derby frame style in Black adds the perfect dimension to this photo without distracting or taking away. 


Modern home decor is a simple yet stylish way to decorate your home. In a modern-styled home, you will find clean lines, neutral colors, and sleek surfaces. You’ll find lots of natural materials like glass, metal, and steel. But you won’t find ornate, fancy pieces. Don’t confuse it with what is known as contemporary style (which is more about trendy). Modern interior design became popular in the mid-20th century and is more about living in a fuss-free environment. 

At Frame It Easy you know our philosophy on custom framing is that there are no rules….if you love it, go for it. We say the same thing about decorating. So if modern home decor appeals to you, give it a try. While you look for decor pieces and inspiration to create a modern style in your home, keep the word simple in mind. But remember, simple doesn’t mean boring, especially not in home decor.

So let’s explore some ways to bring modern style into your home. And along the way, we’ll share some of our favorite artwork along with frame styles we offer that will complement the modern look of every room in your home.

Modern Décor Kitchen 

black and white kitchen decor

When creating a modern-style kitchen, think sleek but functional. If you are fortunate enough to have large windows or doors in your kitchen area, use them to your advantage! If privacy is not an issue, skip the window treatments to allow natural light into your space. Use neutral colors that won’t make too much “noise” but instead make a subtle statement. Skip the hardware on cabinets, keep the countertops uncluttered, and keep the entire area monochromatic.

Follow through with these concepts in your dining area. Natural wood table and chairs with clean lines. Hardwood floors. A plant or two. The modern look is also the less is more look. An unadorned table makes a bold statement!

Of course, no room is complete without some art hanging on your walls. Line art is the perfect addition to your modern decor. Line art is an image that consists of distinct straight or curved lines. There is no shading to represent two or three-dimensional figures. Line art is simple yet beautiful art that holds lots of character in a small amount of art, yet still manages to express massive amounts of feeling. Our Bradford frame style in Satin Black is a wider metal frame that will give your line art the grand display it deserves! 

Modern Décor Living Room 

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As we mentioned, modern style decor is all about simplicity. When decorating your living room, aim for low-sitting furniture using natural materials like wood, leather and wood. Another characteristic of modern design is that everything should serve a purpose. A wicker basket can hold magazines, toys, or blankets. A floating wall shelf can hold books, artwork, and CDs.

Of course, you spend a lot of time in your living room, so make sure that it is comfortable and feels like home. It’s the perfect spot to create a gallery wall of your favorite family photos as the focal point of your room. Our Ashford frame style is a simple, metal frame with a flat profile face that would work perfectly for your gallery wall. Or if you prefer, match any wooden furniture you have with the color choices we offer in our Derby and Dayton frame styles.

Modern Décor Bedroom 

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If you’re going for a modern-style bedroom, choose muted colors that bring a tranquil mood to your space. But don’t be afraid to add a statement wall behind your bed. It can add a wow factor without going over the top. Consider adding some texture in as well. Wood molding adds a decorative element to the room without taking up needed space. A natural fiber area rug can add warmth. Metal reading lamps can be functional and beautiful. 

Your statement wall can also hold a single piece of artwork that will enhance it as the focal point of the room. We can make frames as large as 42″ x 42″ with wood styles and 42″ x 62″ for metal styles, so don’t let the size of a piece you’ve been wanting stop you from getting it. And all our frames come with everything you will need to hang it….well, you just have to supply the hammer! 

Modern Décor Bathroom 

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When styling your modern bathroom, remember that storage will be important in order to keep your space clutter-free and clean. If you have the luxury of lots of cabinets, shelves, and drawers, keep personal items stored away when not in use. If you’re doing a remodel, opt for a walk-in oversized shower with glass doors instead of a traditional bathtub/shower combination. 

If a remodel is not in your near future, you can still achieve a modern look in the bathroom with a few inexpensive tricks. A simple wooden mirror over the bathroom sink. Stacked storage containers that keep your items easily accessible but hidden. An environmentally friendly bamboo bathmat, trashcan, and towel holder. You can even find bamboo toothbrushes!

Although the bathroom is not the first place we think of to hang artwork, it can be a perfect place to display some unique pieces. Consider matching your fixtures with one of our metal frames, or if you used the bamboo idea, our Derby frame in Wheat, Hazel, or Russet might be the perfect match! 

Organic Modern

The term “organic modern” refers to an overall interior design style that is a perfect mix between the modern style that includes clean design lines, neutral colors, and minimalist decor, and a natural style that includes the use of natural materials, colors, and surfaces. If you haven’t heard of the organic modern design style, you may have heard of similar such as contemporary rustic or transitional rustic interior. Organic modern gives a comfortable look and effortless feel to your home decor. If you are someone who likes simple and sleek decor with a touch of natural elements and a modern feel, organic modern is the perfect interior design style for you!

Organic modern is just one name for this specific decor style. Other names you may have heard it be referred to as is transitional, grandmillenial, eclectic, or Parisian eclectic. If you are looking to try this decor style in your home by the end of this post, be sure to search these styles on Pinterest for more inspiration!

As we mentioned, organic modern uses tons of natural materials. Those materials include stone, wooden ceramics, lime wash walls, and natural fibers such as linen, bamboo, cotton, and seagrass. Don’t be afraid to mix and match these materials to create something special with your decor. As we always say, when it comes to home decor, do whatever you think looks best. It is your home after all!

Why is the organic modern design style trending and what is so special about it? As we push more towards sustainability were see an increase in a style focused on earth elements and designs and organic modern gives the best of both worlds with minimalism and nature.

Want to find out how to add the organic modern design style to your home? You’re in luck. We’re sharing some tips and tricks and of course some inspo pics on how to add this to your space.

Organic Modern Décor Living Room

Michelle Giglio @wazdecoranddesign 004

As we mentioned, with an organic modern design, you will want to use natural materials, such as wood. You will probably want to shy away from dark woods since they tend to be heavy and drastic. Lighter-colored wood is going to give that natural and organic feel that you are looking for with the organic modern decor. You can use this wood for your floors, coffee table, television stand, and even the decor on your walls. Our Derby frame style in Wheat or Hazel or our Dayton frame style in Sand or Whitewash would be perfect for the organic modern style.

You will also want to pick a primary and secondary color for your space. Try to choose a color that will represent peace and calmness in your home. Use neutral colors as your dominant color with vivid hues as your accent colors. We’ve talked about creating a color palette for your home before. The easiest way to do this is to follow the 60-30-10 rule, which also follows the Rule of Three. The 60-30-10 rule is a classic home decor rule that helps create the perfect color palette for your room. This is how it is split — 60% of your room should be your dominant color and be applied with things such as your wall colors (accent walls being the exception) and large decor pieces such as your sofa or rug. 30% of your room should be a secondary color. This color should be different enough from your dominant color, but they should still compliment each other. This color can be used in other furniture pieces, curtains, and linens. The last 10% of your room should be your accent color. This can be used for accent throw blankets or pillows, framed artwork, and other little trinkets around your space.

Incorporating plants into your decor is a fantastic accessory to your decor. What screams nature more than plants? Whether they are real or faux, they add a ton of personality.

Organic Modern Décor Bedroom

Kathryn Chipinski @katechipinski 002

When creating your bedroom, the main goal is to create a peaceful room, where you can go to relax and unwind from a busy, hectic day. This is perfect when using the organic modern decor style because the idea within this style is comfort. You will want to keep your decor natural. Yes, of course, the use of natural materials such as a wooden bedframe, wool linen, leather furniture pieces, but also you don’t want to go overboard with the decor and overcrowd your space. This will make your space feel overwhelming and cluttered, and we are trying to do the exact opposite here. By keeping your decor simple, you are able to create a relaxing space.

As for your walls, look for art pieces that reflect nature and its natural shape. Line art is a great option to add to follow the organic modern style. Line art is an image that consists of distinct straight or curved lines, just as nature has. There is no shading to represent two or three-dimensional figures. Line art is simple yet beautiful art that holds lots of character in a small amount of art, yet still manages to express massive amounts of feeling.

Organic Modern Décor Bathroom

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Your bathroom may not be your number one priority when decorating your home, but some forget how important this space really is. Whether it is a guest bathroom that rarely gets used or your master bathroom that you use as an at-home spa, you will want to pay attention to detail when decorating your bathroom.

As previously mentioned, it is totally okay to mix shapes, colors, and materials in your space. In fact, the collision of all the contrasting materials creates something amazing! You will also want to use soft colors in your bathroom, especially since it is a place of relaxation. So look for hues of grey, soft blues, dusty pinks, and the like. Coordinate your shower curtain, bath mats, and towels. Add a bamboo plant in the corner by your bathtub to really give that at-home spa feeling.

Try creating an accent wall of wood behind your mirror and sink for an extra touch. This can create something totally unique and different. Coordinate the color of wood with the color of your cabinets or floors. Another option is to create an accent wall of brick or stone in your shower or behind your tub. This creates a place for the eyes to advert to when entering your room, but won’t be too overpowering or distracting.


We’re starting this series with Farmhouse decor. Maybe you know it as Country, Rustic, or Colonial, but today’s farmhouse style is mixed with a little savvy and a lot of chics! Think less antique and more charm. And as you will see, Farmhouse decor can work in any room of the house: living room, kitchen, bedroom, even the bathroom!

One of the features we like about farmhouse style is the use of practical items. While you may choose items for their look, they also serve a purpose. A vintage milk can strategically placed by the door makes an awesome umbrella holder. Your grandmother’s armoire can serve as an entertainment center. And sure, there are plenty of places to buy furniture and fixtures that look old, but why not use the real thing and go easy on your wallet too. Head to a local antique shop or flea market for some awesome finds, repurpose chairs, baskets, tables, and other accessories from your parents’ basement, or check out your town’s recycling center. Many open up to the public a few times a year and can be a treasure trove of items that just need a little TLC. 

At Frame It Easy you know our philosophy on custom framing is that there are no rules….if you love it, go for it. And we feel the same way about decorating. So if some elements of Farmhouse decorating appeal to you, don’t feel the need to commit to the look completely. Sometimes less is more. So while a barn door might be used to separate your bedroom from the master bath or an old milk pitcher is your go-to vase, don’t feel the need to make every item you own “rustic” or “country.” With little touches, you can get the Farmhouse look without going over the top. 

Now let’s explore some ways to bring the Farmhouse look into your space.

Farmhouse Décor Kitchen

Kitchen cabinet and shelves in farmhouse style home

If you only had one piece in your kitchen that sets the tone for authentic farmhouse style it would be the kitchen sink. A large farmhouse sink is one that sits directly at the front on the counter and is much deeper than traditional sinks. A custom (and pricey) purchase a few years ago, that can now be easily found at places like Home Depot and Lowe’s at a more reasonable cost. It’s still an investment, but it’s a timeless trend and with the variety of materials and finishes available you are sure to find the perfect one for you. 

If you have an island in the middle of your kitchen, consider adding a large pot holder hanging from the ceiling. This is a great way to free up limited cabinet space, keep your pots and pans within easy reach, and add to the farmhouse feel of your kitchen. The kitchen might not be the first place you think of when adding framed artwork around your home but it’s an inexpensive way to add a farmhouse vibe into your space. Frame an old family recipe in your grandmother’s handwriting, some black and white photos of family members, or a traditional quote that inspires you. Our wood frames in Derby and Dayton come in a variety of colors to choose from.

Farmhouse Décor Living Room

Living room in farmhouse style home with framed art

The key to creating the perfect farmhouse-style living room is adding a few decor pieces while still making the space comfortable, homey, and practical. As we mentioned, you can refurbish your grandmother’s armoire for your entertainment center. Buffalo check pillows tossed around the room give an instant country look while making your sofa and chairs comfier. Refurbished pallet trays can hold food and drink.

Besides a flea market or Goodwill, check Facebook Marketplace for items that can help create your farmhouse decor. Give old wooden tables that have seen better days a new life. Check out YouTube videos on chalk painting. It helps give an aged, distressed look that’s practically mistake-proof so you can get a rustic, worn look effortlessly. 

If you’ve been to our Learning Center before, we’re all about making a statement with your decor, and one of our favorite ways to make a statement is with a gallery wall. The living room is the ideal place for a gallery wall. Mix and match framed artwork and photos with an old clock, mirror, or farm tools and you have an eye-catching display.

Farmhouse Décor Bedroom

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If you’re going for a farmhouse style bedroom, try adding a shiplap wall behind your bed or TV wall to add some texture into your room. If you really want to be authentic, find places that sell reclaimed wood! Or you can go the complete opposite direction and use peel and stick (yes, that’s really a thing.) Whatever your skill level, there’s a shiplap wall in your future!

For an easy (and inexpensive) farmhouse decorating idea, lean an old ladder against the bedroom wall and use it to store your extra blankets. Search up “country curtains” to find tons of ideas that will transform your bedroom into a chic yet homey room while providing the privacy you need. We are also big fans of adding flowers to your space, and what better place than in the bedroom! Mason jars and milk bottles make great vases. Speaking of flowers, try adding plants to your framing decor. A vintage floral print or dried flowers can be framed to add just the right touch to your bedroom decor. With the tons of matboard colors, we have to choose from, you are sure to find one (or two) that will complement your bedspread!

Farmhouse Décor Bathroom

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Bathroom makeovers can be expensive, so your budget will be a big factor in turning it “farmhouse”, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make a few little changes until you’re ready for the big overhaul. Anything wood can help transform your space into a more rustic area. A couple of wood shelves over the toilet can do the trick. And of course, don’t forget to add a couple of framed prints to those shelves!

Keep an eye out for pieces that can serve a practical purpose but still give your bathroom a country feel. A metal bin can hold toiletries. An antique mirror can be hung over the sink. Antlers can now be a cool hand towel holders. Think outside the box….little touches often speak volumes.


Bohemian home decor, for short “boho”, opts for a carefree, lack of structure, unconventional look. If you like a style that is more personal and relaxed, the boho decor style will be right up your alley! The color shade ranges from neutrals like white, tan, and black to vibrant colors like ruby, emerald, sapphire, like those of jewels. Boho is the complete opposite decor style of minimalist. While the minimalist decor style is simple and sleek, the boho decor style is over the top, in the best way possible and there is no such thing as “too much”.

Bohemian decor is known as the “free spirit interior design style” because of its unique aesthetic. If you are someone who doesn’t always follow the rules and likes to do their own thing, the bohemian decor style might be perfect for you! It allows you to really put your own personal touch into things. It began in the 19th century in Paris, France, and was inspired by artists, performers, writers, and the like that believed that creativity was more valuable than money.

So if you are someone who is carefree and relaxed and want that to shine through your interior decor, we know you will love the bohemian decor style! Want to learn how to add it to your space? Just keep reading!

Bohemian Décor Kitchen

bohemian style kitchen

As we stated earlier, there are no real rules when it comes to bohemian decor style so don’t be afraid to mix patterns and textures and colors! That’s what makes this decor style so much fun. It all depends on the look you are going for. If you are looking to keep your space looking cleaner and more modern, opt for neutral colors such as white, black, or tan. If you are looking to go all out with this decor style, try those jewel colors we mentioned before like emerald, sapphire, topaz, and amethyst.

The colors are not limited to just these, however. Remember our golden rule here at Frame It Easy — do whatever you think will look best. After all, it is your space, so be sure that you like it! The bohemian decor also includes tons of bright colors so don’t be afraid to add an area rug in your kitchen filled with loud colors and funky patterns. Our Ashford frame style in Hot Pink would be the perfect addition!

Open shelving is popular in bohemian-style kitchens. They make your space feel so much bigger and are the perfect display for decor or appliances. You may find it difficult to decorate your kitchen in boho style. Of course, you have to keep it realistic and functional. Instead of heading to Target for your pots and pans, head to your local thrift store instead! This will tie in the vintage look you are going for.

Plants are another huge piece of the boho decor style, and you’ll hear us bring them up a few times throughout this post, but that’s just because they are so great. Remember those open shelves we mentioned earlier? Consider adding a plant (or two) to spice them up a bit!

Bohemian Décor Living Room

boho decor

The bohemian style gives that comfortable, lived-in feel and that’s perfect for your living room! A living room is a place that you probably spend a lot of time in. Whether it’s watching movies with your family, having your group of friends over for a game night, or simply enjoying your alone time with a good book after a long week. Whatever it is you do in your living room you want your space to be inviting and cozy.

One way to create a warm and inviting room is to add texture. You can achieve this by adding accent pillows, throw blankets, wood furniture, and even art! One of our favorite ways to create texture in your art is plaster wall art. You can always buy it off Etsy or if you have a creative side to you, you can create it yourself!

Floor seating is another popular trend in bohemian decor. Look for ottomans, funky beanbag chairs, floor pillows, or even just low-level seating. There are tons of great options on the internet but look for ones with fun patterns and bright colors. Remember, there is no such thing as “too much” in boho decor!

Bohemian Décor Bedroom

bohemian style room

Don’t be afraid to mix and match colors throughout your space. For the minimalist decor style, we probably wouldn’t recommend a pink area rug to go with your turquoise comforter, but for the boho style, we definitely would! When it comes to your walls, you have a few choices. You can leave your walls neutral, like white or a light tan, add an accent wall with a bright color, or add a funky wallpaper pattern. Whatever road you choose to take, we are sure it is going to look amazing.

Your bedroom is the most personal space in your room, so if you are going to go all out in one room, this would be the one to do it in. Mix and match your decor items with fun wall prints to frame, fabrics throughout your room such as silk and burlap, and of course colors. One tip we have is to keep most of your colors light and vibrant. Don’t add too many blacks or dark colors as this is going to make your space feel heavy, whereas the lighter colors are going to make it feel airy. You can always add a few black or dark pieces to act as an anchor for your room, just don’t overdo it!

As we mentioned, your bedroom is your most personal space, so be sure to create a little sanctuary in the corner. This can consist of simply a comfy chair and some decor pieces or can include more if you’d like! Add a salt lamp that can help boost your mood, improve your sleep and help with allergies if you have them! Of course, you’re going to also add some good lighting and a book!

Granny Chic

Granny chic home decor, otherwise known as “grandmillenial” is the perfect mix between old and new. One thing that we’ve noticed about the design style granny chic is that it doesn’t follow any real trends or rules, and if you’ve been to our Learning Center before, you know we totally support that! You may be asking, what’s the difference between granny chic and any other vintage decor style? Granny chic supports using vintage items in their original condition. So instead of refurbishing the vintage items you took from your grandmother’s attic, keep them exactly how they are and let them shine!

Granny chic is filled with designs, patterns, colors, and textures and that’s what makes it so unique and fun. Imagine you are young again and just walked into your grandparent’s house. Can you picture the decor and furniture? The color palette and patterns from the 70s and 80s are making their grand return, and we are here for it! Granny chic is vintage decor updated for the 21st-century homeowner.

If you have any decor pieces from your grandparent’s home, it’s their time to shine! Or take a trip to your local thrift store to look for something.

So let’s explore some ways to bring the granny chic decor style to life in your home.

Granny Chic Décor Kitchen

Sarah Pritchett @bugandbrookie 005

When creating a granny chic style kitchen, you’ll want to incorporate as many patterns and colors as possible, while still making sure your kitchen is functional. Consider adding a funky backsplash print or going wild and painting your kitchen cabinets a retro pink.

Head to your local thrift store to look for mismatched vintage china sets. Remember Sunday family dinner at grandma’s, eating your spaghetti and meatballs off the devon cottage print plates? Consider bringing that back to life! You could also consider adding a china cabinet to display all of your finest dinnerwear — even if its just for show!

Have some of your great-grandmother’s handwritten recipes? Frame those to add to your countertop. Consider using our Granby frame style in Gold for the cherry on top!

Granny Chic Décor Living Room

Katherine Balcerek Medlin @penderandpeony 001

Colors and prints will be a big theme throughout this post, as you will see. When decorating your granny chic style living room, consider adding a floral print wallpaper. Your living room is probably often used to entertain guests and you most likely spend a lot of time in it yourself — so don’t be afraid to go big in this room!

One print that will be your best friend — Chintz print. Check out Facebook Marketplace or a thrift store (as we will mention a few times throughout this post) for an amazing Chintz fabric chair or loveseat. You could also add this print to your accent pillows or throw blankets. Don’t be afraid to mix and match print and colors as well. As you will notice, the granny chic design style doesn’t follow many rules, so your decor doesn’t have to make perfect sense, you just have to like it!

Check out Overstock for rattan furniture. The wicker style furniture can add that extra spice your living room was looking for. Mix and match your furniture set to really make your decor pop.

Granny Chic Décor Bedroom

Jessica Jansen @farmonhogbacklane 004

No matter what interior design style you choose for your home, you will have the same goal for your bedroom — to create a calming and relaxing space. The same rules apply to the granny chic decor style. So how can you create a relaxing space while still using bright colors and loud patterns? There are many ways! Instead of a comforter or duvet for your bed, repurpose grandma’s handmade quilt with a funky pattern.

Plants are another great option to add to your bedroom decor. Not only do they look good, but they actually have many health benefits such as reducing pollutants and dust, keeping your room cool, and reducing carbon dioxide.

Dried flowers are also a popular decor trend. They will last way longer than fresh flowers, if they are dried properly, and create a unique look for your bedroom, and even better, can be used season after season! Another option of adding floral prints to your house is framing flower pictures. Studies have shown the positive impact flowers have on us. They act as natural mood moderators and can affirmatively affect our emotional health. Just think about the last time you got flowers. How did you feel? Happy, right? You can feel that all year round with framed flowers on your walls. Decorating your bedroom with flowers, whether in a vase or in a frame, is one of the best ways to ensure good energy in your space.

Granny Chic Décor Bathroom

Mackenzie Craven @craven haven 003

When decorating your bathroom to fit the granny chic decor style, you want to create a sense of timelessness and comfort. If doing a big update is in your budget, consider adding pink subway tile to your walls or floors. If you are looking for a small update, floral wallpaper is never a bad idea! This will add a little spunk to your walls and take an ordinary bathroom right back to the 60s. Using fun colors in your bathroom will give it that retro feel.

Consider adding a clawfoot tub to your bathroom as a way to de-stress from your busy week and relax. They look beautiful and classy, while still adding that groovy feel from the 70s.

Wrapping Things Up

Choosing just one interior design style for your home can be tricky. Let’s face it, they all look great! Your decor style should represent your personality, but not only that should fit into your lifestyle. If you have young children running around your home, the minimalistic decor style might not be perfect for you since it incorporates a ton of white and light-colored furniture. If you are someone who likes simple things and not a ton of color, the Bohemian decor style won’t work for you.

While most people keep their entire home following the same decor style, don’t be afraid to switch things up in different rooms. As we always say here at Frame it Easy, when it comes to home decor, do whatever you think will look best, it is your space after all!

Once you have chosen the best interior design style for your home, head over to our Frame Designer to start designing the perfect wall decor for your home. Don’t forget to share your finished product with us on Instagram so we can see what you created!

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