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The Timeless Appeal of Grandmillennial Style

If you’ve followed interior design trends over the last few years, you’ve likely heard about the rise of grandmillenial style.

Often described with some variation on the phrase “your grandma’s house, but newer,” grandmillennial—a blend of grandmother and the millennials who stan them—was first defined by the writer Emma Bazilian, whose June 2021 article about her devotion to “granny chic” for House Beautiful celebrated the hipness of wicker, chintz and other homey touches favored by the Greatest Generation.

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