Written by Paisley Tedder

How to bring 90s interiors chic to your home

Bring 90s interiors trend into your home with these styling ideas, guaranteed to transport you back.

Image: Woodchip & Magnolia

Nostalgia for the 1990s is strong in fashion, pop culture and interiors right now. Whether it’s the Steps reunion tour that’s got you buzzing or the animal print in every outfit, we are so here to celebrate that iconic era.

Let us talk you through the 90s interiors trends that have found there way back into favour in 2021…

Blonde wood

Blonde wood 90s interiors trends, goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Hardwood floor store

While dark hardwoods are also in demand at the moment, as flooring begins to play a more supporting role in our decor set ups while we opt for more simple styling. Back in the 1990s, a lot of the beautiful lighter wood was hidden by lacquer, but now we love to show it off in more minimalist set ups.

Order kahrs oak nouveau blonde wood flooring

Rattan

Rattan 90s interiors trend, goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Garden Trading

Both rattan and wicker have fallen back into favour of late, after years of being out of fashion. They’re now a staple for both outdoor and indoor furniture, finished off with a plethora of indoor plants and foilage.

Browse rattan products on the Garden Trading website

Bold and brights

bright colours 90s interiors, goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Crown Paints

Brightly coloured interiors and loud wallpaper was a big part of 1990s decor, and we’re so here for the resurgence. While in 2021 we tend to opt for statement walls of bright shades or a patterned wallpaper on one wall or alternate walls, the look is well and truly adapted from the 90s.

Take a look at the bright shades Crown Paints offer

Floral wallpaper

90s interiors floral wallpaper, goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Woodchip & Magnolia

Just like bold colours, patterned wallpapers were key to a 1990s home. We are over the moon that this trend is back with a vengence, particularly as the pastel shades in the example above from Woodchip & Magnolia represent another popular part of our favourite decade – pastel pinks. Now a huge part of the home, pastel pinks are being used across bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens and even bathrooms.

Order this Woodchip & Magnolia Onism Ecru wallpaper here

Loud artwork

Alongside these bold and bright wall colours, framed prints were also hugely popular. With gallery walls now a massive trend thanks to Pinterest, it’s easy to see how loud prints have made a comeback.

Order prints from Eleanor Bowmer here

Which resurgent 1990s trend is your favourite? Tweet us at @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page!

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