These Small Space Decor Trends On Instagram Are *So* Easy To Recreate
You love staying on top of the latest and greatest decor trends. But working them into your tiny abode can feel overwhelming. We feel ya, which is why we're rounding up a few ideas for our small space dwellers, straight from Instagram. From layered rugs to statement walls, these eight themes are easy to recreate, regardless of how much square footage you're working with. Scroll on to check 'em out!
Picture Perfect: Breathe new life into the bare wall behind your mini-sectional, or make a statement for guests as they come in. A vibrant gallery wall is your ticket to sprucing up your home without having to take up any precious floor space. It's a win-win! (photo via @eli_at_home)
To the Max: Buh-bye, subdued spaces. It's time to take your micro room to the max(imalism). Bold rugs, patterned pillows, and bright furniture are the latest decor trend people are using to elevate their home's looks, no matter the size. (photo via @ideilecristinei)
Layer Up! Pattern play is back, but this time, in a new format. Decoristas everywhere are turning to the stacked rug look to revive their living spaces. The key to making it work? Stick with colors that complement each other, incorporating negative space with whites, and using patterns of different sizes. Noted! (photo via @shoplaynehome)
Neon, Neon: You've seen them at your favorite bar or salon, now it's time to take them home. A quippy graphic sign by your dining room table or built-in bar is a fab way to introduce extra fun into your living area. (photo via @decorist)
Geometric Floors: Designers are leaning into the geometric trend, and we're totally digging it in everything from a kitchen backsplash to a tiled accent. It's just the thing you need to refresh an outdated space, *without* having to call for extra storage. (Photo via@ideilecristinei)
Nods to Nature: Bring the outdoors into your cozy adobe. Macrame hangers and plant #shelfies are a simple way to play up your greens without hogging up the floor. Which we're ALL for. (Photo via@leafandlolo)
Go Bold: Hand-in-hand with the maximalist trend comes the feature of big, bold accents. Our fave debut of this comes in flashy, framed prints (like this rendition) or via color-blocked lines or other decorative items. Pro tip: Play up these 'pops' in places that are craving attention — like that empty space beside the bed. (photo via @juniper.home).
Bring in Blush: Pink's softer counterpart is making waves in the interiors world. Swap your desk chair, add a throw, or go all in with a statement couch to nail this cheery trend that'll look extra cute in your compact digs. (photo via @champagneandsequins)