We all know that finding your interior design style makes interior design decisions that much easier. Once you have calculated that you are more 70’s boho than good looking industry, it limits your choices enormously.
But it can be so refreshing to shake things up from time to time and inject a “disruptive” home decor trend into your styling – as interior designer Shea McGee does this year. The Texan designer is best known for house flipping shows Dream home makeover on Netflix (if you have not seen it, you must).
The series renovator reveals that in 2022 she will branch out from the “classic modern rustic” look she is known for, and embrace romantic textures and patterns with elaborate finishes.
Shea McGee on the decorative home decor trend she will embrace in 2022
“I’m happy to lean into more romantic textures and prints,” says Shea McGee. “Like ruffles, scallops, floral patterns and even lashes in the coming year.”
The interior designer says she will use these more feminine textures and silhouettes “on everything from bedding to styling accessories.” Perhaps Shea has been influenced by the ever-popular cottagecore ideas on social media, which encapsulate a romanticized depiction of a rural lifestyle.
Or she’s simply a secret Bridgerton fan. In any case, ruffles, flowers and scallops all evoke a regent style in our minds.
And a touch of these decorative shapes and floral patterns will go a long way if you want a softer, nicer look in your home. If you feel inspired to welcome some frills into your bedroom ideas, there are plenty of roll-down bedding at Wayfair.
The free designs that Shea McGee creates for her customers Dream home makeover characterized by clean lines, bright, bright spaces and a beautiful layering of natural materials, such as rattan, wood, rattan and linen. We will be looking for subtle chintz, ruffles and scallops during season two …