If there is one thing that is new in the home decor department, then it is all the aesthetic subcultures that you can experiment with.
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Aesthetics For Home Decor!
Aesthetics are suddenly a big deal now when it comes to home decor, and we are all here for it.
1. Dark Academia
Dark academia is basically a fancier form of doing everything nerdy but with much more class and elegance. It is dark and moody with very low mood lighting, almost like sitting in a library at Oxford University.
So, by that description, you can get some idea of the home decor you should be looking for. In general, this subsection is related to academia, the thirst for knowledge, and everything scholarly.
– Books are an important addition to this aesthetic.
– Low mood lighting, mostly with vintage lamps and yellow lights. No bright lights are allowed.
– Mood candle lighting ambiance is also appreciated by the lovers of this subsection.
– The furniture should have a wood undertone, but less on the rustic side and more sophisticated polished wood. Yes, we are talking about cherry red wood.
– A writing desk is a must-have if you are ornamenting your bedroom with this aesthetic.
This is that aesthetic which has everything in the countryside, like living in a cottage and having that simple life. That is exactly where it gets its name. However, since modern amenities are not a signature of this home decor aesthetic, it also has a vintage undertone to them.
You will generally find wooden furniture, a little rustic and old looking this time, unlike the one before. Some other elements which can embellish your house with this aesthetic are-
– Rustic flower pots and plucked wildflowers in them. (You just have to give that illusion).
– Glass jars that hold all your spices and other items.
– Hanging copper utensils in the kitchen.
– Vintage sofas with chunky blankets.
If you are a Potterhead, the Weasley’s house suddenly comes to your mind. That is exactly the aesthetic of Cottagecore.
This aesthetic literally shouts elegance and royalty. Yes, it is having the decors of royalty without having royal blood. But isn’t the 21st century doing what makes you happy? So why not?
So, here are some of the common elements you can add to your room to get the princesscore vibe. Plus, it is going to be very budget-friendly.
– Victorian-style beds and hanging bed nets.
– Golden window valances with curtains.
– A royal-colored room. Dark green or purple.
– Gold-framed wall paintings, photographs, and even mirrors.
If you keep the aesthetic with royal colors and a gold undertone, you have the aesthetic nailed.
4. Sage Green
Yes, we know it is just a color, but this is stirring quite the popularity in the home decor world. Probably it is the somber color that makes almost every piece of furniture and miscellaneous decoration look phenomenal.
Yes. You do not have to get every element painted sage green. But, you can have an accent wall that gives out the aesthetic. Or, you can go for a neutral wall with sage green furniture.
Plus, an entire room painted with beautiful color and light wood furniture is also a great way to improve your home decor.
5. The Y2K
The aesthetic of Y2K was mostly made famous by TikTok, and the theme mostly relates to fashion. However, it is slowly inching its way to the home decor genre. It is strange to think that something which was so common in the early 2000s is now suddenly an aesthetic.
Some of the common home decor elements for Y2K are.
– Vibrant colors are a signature statement for your bedroom.
– The amenities are between modern and vintage. For example, corded phones and old keyboards (even if you have the latest Mac Computer sitting on your desk).
– White furniture.
– Quotes on the walls with very vivacious words like ‘Live Life Like It Is Your Last.’
To top it all together, a CD shelf with Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Britney Spears, and Backstreet Boys, all circa the early 2000s.