10 Outdated Home Trends Millennials Hate But Boomers Love

Trends come and go, but some should definitely stay gone.

Sometimes it’s a mystery as to why trends even rose to popularity in the first place. Take a look around and make sure you don’t have any of these interior design trends in your home anymore.

Now that it’s 2023, we can finally admit that animal print is way too cheesy to be relevant.

1. Animal Print

If you’re looking to give your space a more refined, sophisticated feel, go for unique art pieces that represent your personal style.

2. Mass-Produced Furniture/Art

Pastel bathrooms were fun in the 80s, but now it’s time to leave the trend where it was born. Pastel colors, particularly green, can give rooms a sickly, washed-out vibe.

3. Pastel

Aside from the obvious water-damage implications, carpeted bathrooms just aren’t a good look anymore. They have zero function and very little if any, aesthetic.

4. Carpeted Bath

The “Live, Laugh, Love” phase is officially over. No one wants to see mass-produced Hobby Lobby words hung all over your house.

5. Word Art

Blue curtains, blue couches, blue rugs, blue everything. Not as cute as you think. Contrast is a real thing and should be utilized.

6. Matching

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