Confession: I intended for this to be a roundup of grandmillennial decor in general, but when I started picking the pieces, I noticed a pattern…. They were all blue!! So I just kept the theme going. We like what we like, right?! Haha! Ever since our recent interior design projects wrapped up, I’ve been hoping for an excuse to make some more updates. Maybe a few of these pieces will scratch the itch!
Blue Grandmillennial Decor
This wicker frame is part of a collaboration between Mark D. Sikes and Anthropologie, and I love how the navy pops. I’m a huge fan of Mark’s work, which has a super specific aesthetic to it, so I’m thrilled that he’s designed such accessible grandmillennial decor. When we first moved into our home, we planned to work with Bria Hammel Interiors, but our schedules didn’t end up lining up. Her store, Brooke & Lou, is *chef’s kiss*, and this stunning floral pot looks like you picked it up at a flea market in the best way!! I’d use for kitchen utensils or floral arrangements. I’m VERY impressed with how reasonably priced this coastal grandmother style pillow is (especially being double sided) and being able to pick your own piping is such a treat.
Scallops + French blue = my kind of sheets!! They’re part of the LoveShackFancy collaboration with PB Teen and Pottery Barn Kids, which is definitely grandmillennial style. Between the flowers and the fruit, this tea towel actually reminds me of my friend Ashley. It’s colorful and playful, and the embroidery is a nice touch too. I’m in awe of de Gournay’s chinoiserie wallpapers…. I almost can’t believe they’re hand painted. I’m confident that every space in this coffee table book is simply gorgeous.
More French blue, because what else would you expect?? Mike and I do A LOT of entertaining, so these charcuterie boards are basically a necessity. I spotted what I thought was my blue bow china while scrolling through Etsy, but it was actually the most darling blue bow placemats (with scallops!). Another necessity, right?!?! This tablecloth caught my eye on Tuckernuck and the way they styled it with the different patterns and blue tones is super inspiring.