It’s hard to put your finger on this trend but in essence this trend accepts traditional maximilism into the modern home. Some millenials just aren’t satisfied with minimalist spectrum from whites to greys and want some more traditional bright rooms with patterns, frills and chintz to express their true personality. In the bedroom, if nowhere else, it’s truly the place where you have to show who you are through the design of your room. We wholefully embrace grandmillenial designs at The Original Bed Co.

Solomon metal bed frame inspired by grandmillenial design

bed: Solomon metal bed frame

Grandmillenial design is a reaction to the almost sterile clean design that’s so popular today. The minimalist design that’s inescapable in our everyday lives. This maximalist design trend reminds millenials of their grandma’s house. Cozy, warm and safe.

Waterford brass bed frame inspired by grandmillenial design

bed: Waterford brass bed frame

Grandmillenial design glorifies eccentric maximalism which a touch of English cottage. It is, however, slightly different that true traditional. Like a homage to the past. Some describe it as ‘granny chic’.

Hamilton iron bed frame with brass finials inspired by grandmillenial design

bed: Hamilton iron bed frame with brass finials

Traditional iron beds with brass finials work a treat in a grandmillenial bedroom. Their design fits perfectly well with a busy look alongside bright floral patterns, white lacey frills and wall panelings.

Pellini iron bed frame inspired by grandmillenial design

bed: Pellini iron bed frame

Floral patterns, with brighter colours are very much at home in a grandmillenial bedroom. Anything which would usually be considered outdated (a very Laura Ashley style) is popular amongst grandmillenialists.

Kipling painted wood bed inspired by grandmillenial design

bed: Kipling painted wood bed frame

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