3. #FairyCore - 1.3B views
Perhaps the most unusual of the décor trends – but in no way unintriguing or unattractive – fairycore is light, whimsical and sprinkled with pixie dust. For designer Brynna Evans, “it’s an enchanted world, one that’s different from ours, and works well as a form of escapism.” Get the look: Go all in on light pink and the kinds of natural greenery you would find in a forest – such as wildflowers, moss, ferns and lichens.
4. #RoyalCore - 259.2M views
Based on the aesthetics of European royalty in the 1800s and before, royalcore is opulence. Fit only for nobles, it transforms any home, no matter the size, into a palace. Befitting the traditional aesthetics such as Victorian, Venetian and other monarch-inspired looks, royalcore is best played out with tapestries, marble columns, turned legs and floral patterns. Get the look: Look to medieval fairy tales for inspiration – think knights, crests and fancy tea sets.
5. #Minimalism - 247.9M views
Sparse but not cold, minimalism takes an eye for simplicity combined with style. And at 247.9 million views, it’s one of the most popular aesthetics – not for a lack of keeping a low profile. “Minimalism is quiet," designer Shelby Greene explains, "and doesn’t seek out attention, but attention is what it’s getting. People crave peace and balance at home, and purging their aesthetics of clutter is the best way to get it.” Get the look: Balance a large piece like a sofa with décor on either side for symmetry, but only with what’s needed; skip superfluous décor.
10. #WitchCore - 53.4M views
The witchcore trend is the kind of thing that you would only see rising on TikTok; strange, macabre and vintage-inspired, it’s deliciously niche. Witchcore, the darker cousin of cottagecore, is not for the faint of heart. As designer Brynna Evans puts it, “it’s the subculture of all things relating to witches and the occult and has been brewing in popularity for the sheer mystique and alternative nature.” Adapt the style only if you dare! Get the look: Turn to the gothic style for décor inspiration, incorporating spell books here and there!
11. #VintageDecor - 29.9M views
Vintage décor ditches the present – and the stresses that go with it – for the simpler times gone by. As noted by designer Shelby Greene, “pieces that have been worn and used, distressed, scratched and scuffed make the style feel almost as though it is its own person, with its own history and story.” Get the look: Repurpose old furniture, or add patina to a new surface for an aged feel.
16. #Tufted Rugs - 6.9M views
Made without knots, tufted rugs offer a smooth pile. As explained by designer Henry Nader, “the clean, flat look puts the focus on the colors and the patterns over the texture, allowing the rug to serve as another outlet for artistic expression in décor.” Get the look: The tufted pile works great with detailed patterns like geometrics and bold, striking colors.
19. #OrganicModern - 2.0M views
Organic isn’t just for the food we eat, TikTok will have you know. In the words of designer Henry Nader, “people are looking to live organically in all areas of life, even in aesthetics. Clean, light-filled rooms, natural colors and organic materials, when possible, create a healthier living environment.” Get the look: Wood meets airy fabrics in organic modern. Opt for warm wooden furniture and white fabrics to capture the spirit of the organic modern movement.
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