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What Is Maximalist Home And 40 Ideas
The current home decor trends are for vibrant colors, lots of art and pattern, minimalism seems to be forgotten for some time, and a new trend – maximalism is coming! Maximalism is definitely the opposite of minimalism, where ‘less is more’, here ‘more is more’! let’s find out a bit more about this style and how to implement it in your home.
What Is Maximalism?
Maximalism is a decor style that embraces the idea of excess, it promotes repetition, patterns, bold palettes, intricate graphic details, and one-of-a-kind possessions. Maximalism is a loud style composed of mixed patterns, excessive, but curated collections, and saturated colors. It is essential to remember when maxing out your style at home it is all about you and your unique taste. This style allows your personality and experiences to shine through, it’s about showing the complexity and multifaceted nature of every human.
a bold maximalist bathroom with red floral wallpaper, dark green tiles, statement plants brass touches
a bold maximalist kitchen with emerald cabinets, white tile walls, orange upholstered benches and lamps
a bold maximalist kitchen with teal and pink cabinets, a green tile wall, a pink kitchen island and a wooden stool plus brass cookware
a bold maximalist living room with rattan and wooden furniture, colorful pillows, textiles and ottomans, potted plants
a bright maximalist bathroom with blue tiles and a bathtub, bright florla wallpaper, bold blooms and a sunbrust chandelier
a bright maximalist bedroom with wooden furniture, a colorful gallery wall and bright textiles and bedding is amazing
What Are Key Elements Of Maximalism?
The main features of this style are layering, repetitive patterns in prints such as florals, abstract, and animal prints, rich, bold colors, unique statement pieces, mixing and matching of textures and colors, multiples of items like books, statues, artworks etc., blending of styles—oftentimes but not limited to classic, eclectic, and boho. You still have to be careful mixing it all up – some distinct logics should be present, for example, a color scheme, the same pattern but done in different colors and scales and so on.
a bright maximalist living room with neutral paneled walls, a teal sofa and an orange lounger, a zebra ottoman, colorful pillows and rugs
a colorful home office with tan walls, a rattan desk and a cart, colorful decorative baskets and a boho rug plus a pink chair cover
a colorful maximalist bathroom with grey printed walls, a rust ceiling and a door, a bold rug, a creative agate chandelier and a pink curtain
a colorful maximalist living space with a green sofa, an orange ottoman, a bold gallery wall and colorful pillows
a dark maximalist bedroom with navy and grey walls, a forged bed, a green dresser, a neon light, statement artworks and a bold floral rug
a gorgeous maximalist bedroom with lilac walls, a black bed and an ottoman, red chairs and a grey windowsill bench, a crystal chandelier
a light blue Moroccan style kitchen with black countertops, a checked floor, a round glass table, yellow and blue chairs
a lovely maximalist bedroom with dark walls and a ceiling, with mid-century modern furniture, pastel bedding, a potted plant, a neon light and colorful artworks
How to Incorporate Maximalist Style in Your Home?
Go for colorful walls or at least an accent wall to make your space bolder. Add furniture in different patterns and colors—each layer should share the story of your home or the people who occupy the space. Combining rugs, wallpapers, paintings, and photos can be a great start for curating a maximalist room. Keep in mind maximalist can look cluttered, so try to avoid over-accessorizing or using too much of everything – maximalism doesn’t mean tasteless. Get inspired!
a maximalist bathroom with blue walls and blue tiles, a red mosaic tile floor, a stained storage cabinet and a smal gallery wall