The most Insta-worthy home décor mini-trends right now have been revealed
On Instagram, the devil is in the details. An overarching design trend like #boho or #midcenturymodern may make you yearn to decorate, but it takes a specific detail like #crushedvelvet, #lineart, or #loveseat to seduce you into making the first move.
Details like these are called ‘mini-trends’. These colour combos, shapes, textures, and patterns are lighting up Instagram right now – and they look great in close-up.
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What are mini-trends?
Mini-trends are interior design trends – specifically, subtle unique shapes, colour combinations, and small details that are popular alternatives to wide-sweeping interior design looks.
But what are the hottest mini-trends? And where are they mini-trending?
Household Quotes crunched the numbers to find the following information:
- The most-tagged Instagram mini-trends in every part of the world right now, mapped
- The top 15 mini-trends that are massive on Instagram at the moment
- The most disproportionately popular mini-trend in every part of the UK.
The team also created an interactive map to show where in the world people are obsessing over these trends most.
Here’s a preview:
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- The most-tagged trend in our study is #lineart, with 6 337 218 posts.
- The #houseplants, #polkadots, #diffuser, and #driedflowers mini-trends have each been tagged over a million times.
- The most British décor trend is #crushedvelvet. 61,97% of all uses of this tag originate in the UK.
- The location with the highest occurrence of a mini-trend is London, where #houseplants were tagged 1 837 times.
Here’s where to shop these mini-trends this Black Friday
We all need a little more light and sweetness in our lives after the year that was 2020. So let’s start off 2021 on a positive note with a colour that makes us all smile…
The most Insta-worthy home décor mini-trends right now have been revealed – here’s where to shop them this Black Friday…
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