Home decor trends with Joss & Main that will help you achieve the perfect balance between luxury, budget and functional design. Check out the Winter Edit at Joss & Main here and don’t forget to see my top picks.
Home Decor Trends With a Twist – The 1920s Are Back
It’s 1920s elegance meets 2020s ease. The perfect mix of maximal and minimal, luxury and livability.
Trending: fluted furniture, golden-age metallics, luxe leather, geometric shapes
You are probably feeling re-inspired to host again. Before you send out those holiday invites, indulge in the best kept tablescaping secrets. This is how to dress your dining spaces to impress.
Trending: dark finishes, bold tablescapes, elegant seating, statement chandeliers, coup glasses.
Home Decor Trend: Rich Neutrals
Turn up the dial on browns and greiges by choosing rich pieces that make your guests look twice. Intricately carved woods are a must. And if you really want to get dimensional, style veined marble with woven leather.
Trending: carved details, mango wood, woven leather, veined marble
This season, treat yourself to something tiny that fulfills your style and lifts your spirits.
Entertaining season keeps everyone on their toes. But even expert hosts need somewhere to cozy up – without sacrificing aesthetic. For the perfect blend of fancy and fresh, we’re turning to upholstery inspired by decades past.
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Thank you so much for stopping by! Get ready for the holidays with me as I deck the halls for the upcoming season. I will be sharing all of my holiday and hosting tips, my anticipated Christmas tree, DIY, Christmas decorations and more. For more home decor trends and ideas follow me on Instagram @mywellihousedecor!
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