9 Trending Home Decor Styles

Trends do change but some staples stick around longer than others. To truly make room to flow with the trends you may want to consider blending more than one popular home style to help create a design that  will last you for years. These popular home decor styles are here to stay for a while making them a great option if you want a lasting style for your home.


Farmhouse style focuses on simplicity with clean lines, limited patterns, and a dash of cozy color to create a visually pleasing and uncluttered space with rustic charm.


Cottagecore is inspired by these beautiful oases and can be a wonderful  addition to any space in your home. From flower prints to house plants  and vintage furniture, cottagecore brings back days gone by.



Bohemian or Boho style is all about breaking the rules and creating a bright and personal style that stands out. Boho unlike many other styles is perfect for adding your own personal  touch, busy patterns, and plenty of colors. 


Bohemian (BOHO)

Rustic country decor is highly popular for its warm cozy feel that helps make any space feel like home. It blends well with farmhouse and cottagecore but tends to take on a more  masculine-friendly style.


Rustic Country


Zen decor is molded after the Asian style ( Fung Shui). Minimalist and relaxing, it is centered on the belief  that a visually uncluttered space can reduce stress and help you feel more balanced.


Contemporary decor is all about the present and the trends that are  currently taking hold with a dash of speculation for the future. This  means that it can be a mix of pretty much anything.




Shabby Chic is a popular trend that embraces vintage and even alters furnishings to make them appear antique and distressed. This style is cute and simple encouraging pastels, neutrals, and a dash of bright and airy.

Vintage Shabby Chic

Industrial home decor takes a cue from old factories and industrial buildings. This chic trend is popularized by the conversion of industrial spaces into homes. This style helps to incorporate elements already in the building to help it blend well with the home.


Industrial Style


Mid-century modern decor makes use of clean lines, geometric shapes, and bold colors. Often this style uses dark stained wood and tweed fabrics, and it goes back to the 40s and the 60s.

Mid-Century Modern

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