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8 NEW Interior Design Styles EXPLAINED! Up & Coming Home Decor Trends for 2022!

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  • lori mecikalski
    lori mecikalski 11 ай бұрын +675

    This video looked like a LOT of time, research and effort when into making it. Thank you for a well thought out and complete explanation of design styles. You are the best!

    • Beth Bartlett
      Beth Bartlett 7 ай бұрын

      @Lone Fox
      There is nothing that speaks of Professional Design-Decor *Class* than a piece of Antique or even "a just right Vintage" placed in a room that is: Modern.
      That delicious single or trio of antiques that just speak *Design Class* to the Mind" and particularly to those minds that have the "born trait of intuitive in their Creative gifts".
      This always brings to mind a "Time Travel" back to the era of Art Deco, that 20th Century decade of the "20's" (that we would love to experience (in this time | "this Ego Mind aka Adolescent Mind engaging on Social Media" 😶) "We can overcome" 😘
      Anyways: How they, these early 20th Century Design-Decor folks, having been influenced by Archaeology discoveries in Egypt (King Tut), were experiencing a rediscovery of the fabulous Egyptian Art and Design, and how they, were inspired by that and so tastefully adapted it into the, still stunning elegance of "height, tall lines, clean and clear, modern luxurious values if that fabulous era's statements.
      There's just such innovation that was a part of the Design in the Decor and it's organized + on the move, message, i.e. (Art Deco Preacher's Bar) a single unit that could easily be moved to another location/room. This innovation also showed up in the later "Airstreams" ... I get such momentum of desirable positive energies when my mind explores that era.
      In sure I've likely confused the points, however, just know that when Decor has Design in mind, the outcome has a far greater success, and avoids becoming what my favorite Architect, "Frank Lloyd Wright" meant when he called Interior Decorators: *"Interior Desecrators"* (and I can not disagree, having the same feeling he must have had with those Victorians, those layers of stuff they did in order to make the statement of "wealth with money to waste" on lots of busy doo-dads in dark rooms" regardless of the scale. (gives me hives to imagine!)
      One need only tour or video tour those Old Guilded Age Mansions.
      ... and then there's Wright's "Falling Water"
      I rest my point.
      Definitely do get yourself inspired around those special Antique and/or Vintage Finds!
      I hope to see future Videos with these very exciting design successes!
      You enjoy, your Passion Play! It is when we are in some of our highest positive frequencies and the desires just come to us with ease.

    • Aurora
      Aurora 8 ай бұрын

      Totally agree !! Loving it !!

    • Tabatha Ogost
      Tabatha Ogost 10 ай бұрын

      @Lone Fox Tulum is not an island

    • Alycia Cabán
      Alycia Cabán 11 ай бұрын +4

      @Susan Baker, very well said!

    • SAM
      SAM 11 ай бұрын +1

      @Lone Fox i subbed ur channel when it waa around 3k subs .can u make a video on, how to set up led strips by cutting them in different rooms pls..

  • uhohspaghettios
    uhohspaghettios 11 ай бұрын +108

    You know, I had originally named my interior design style "Grandma used Grandpa's life insurance money to renovate the house but kept all her old s***", but "Grand Millennial" sounds much classier.

  • Lisi
    Lisi 11 ай бұрын +209

    I would love to see you makeover different rooms based on these different interior design styles!

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      J 10 ай бұрын


    • David Owen Creates
      David Owen Creates 11 ай бұрын

      @Ariana Elliot me and some other youtubers actually made some dark academia diy decor ideas in a playlist - but I agree Drew should make one decor item from each style in a video!

    • David Owen Creates
      David Owen Creates 11 ай бұрын +1


    • perplex777
      perplex777 11 ай бұрын +6

      I don’t know whether it’s just a British thing to have coloured bathroom suites in renovation projects e.g. pink or avocado suites - but if you could get your hands on one of those and do a monochromatic makeover, I’d love to see it!!! Even a virtual makeover / mood board / design

    • Ariana Elliot
      Ariana Elliot 11 ай бұрын +5

      Or a diy decor item for each style would be interesting

  • Sarah Marin
    Sarah Marin 11 ай бұрын +375

    1:22 Vintage Revival ☎️
    2:43 Dark Academia ☕️🪄
    4:26 Wabi Sabi 🍘
    6:06 Grand Millennial/CottageCore 👵
    8:20 (New) Maximalism 📈
    9:54 Japandi🇯🇵🇸🇪
    11:42 Danish Pastel🇩🇰🌈
    13:38 Monochromatic 🎬

    • Magical Milimi
      Magical Milimi 6 ай бұрын +1


    • Yokoni Yasuwa
      Yokoni Yasuwa 7 ай бұрын +2

      @Halleigh Kraker That is true but they’re not always accurate. That’s why you have to be cautious when it says, “auto generated”

    • Halleigh Kraker
      Halleigh Kraker 7 ай бұрын +1

      People are so nice to do this, but if you look in the description boxes, KZclip has chapters now where you can click the chapters noted by the creator♥️

    • Meleena Bradley
      Meleena Bradley 7 ай бұрын +4

      Love it! I think I'm Vintage Revival

    • Radoslava Vasileva
      Radoslava Vasileva 8 ай бұрын +2

      thank you!

  • Illehup
    Illehup 11 ай бұрын +172

    Personally I think mixing & matching is the way to go. Some design styles I think only work in magazines, so taking various elements of multiple design styles is much more practical (assuming the mixing is done well).

    • swiinka
      swiinka 10 ай бұрын +1

      totally, that's probably how Japandi was born in the first place

    • Andrea Carcelen
      Andrea Carcelen 10 ай бұрын +2

      @RaniaMich thank you!!!

    • Nadia Prioni
      Nadia Prioni 10 ай бұрын

      @Lone Fox I can’t believe it! I was thinking of this word too, since my house is actually a mixture of all the trends you described!

    • RaniaMich
      RaniaMich 11 ай бұрын +4

      @Andrea Carcelen the book? It's styled (followed by a loooong title) but if you search her name and "styled" you'll see it. 😉

    • Lone Fox
      Lone Fox  11 ай бұрын +38

      I agree! I love mixing and matching so I just call my style eclectic 🤩

  • Cooper Wesley
    Cooper Wesley 6 ай бұрын +14

    "Monochromatic" is a useful aesthetic and can be quite beautiful when done correctly. A friend of mine has a VERY eclectic personal style when it comes to collecting furniture (Victorian chairs, MCM sofa, Louis XV bedroom, etc.) To tame all of this mess, he reupholstered EVERYTHING in the same cream-colored raw silk, painted a lot of the wood pieces black, and then painted every wall in his house dark taupe. The effect was fantastic. His place went from thrift-shop-chaos to magazine-perfect almost instantaneously.

  • Patti 1962
    Patti 1962 11 ай бұрын +55

    Having inherited many beautiful antiques and art work, our home definitely has a mix of vintage and grand millennial. I love wallpaper, and have used it in my kitchen, dining room and bathrooms. For us this means having a comfortable home with beautiful pieces we are proud to own. I like to craft, so I'm so thankful for this channel.... because your DIY projects always have a sophisticated look to them!!

    • Dawn Robin
      Dawn Robin 10 ай бұрын +1

      I love shabby chic. Grand millennial is definitely a step up, and I would love to try it. Would love to see your space. :)

    • Patti 1962
      Patti 1962 10 ай бұрын

      @Alma Miranda I’m sure your home is beautiful!! I like how the pieces have so much history!

    • Alma Miranda
      Alma Miranda 10 ай бұрын

      This is my house as well. some of my pieces are simply irreplaceable.

    • Dana Lynch
      Dana Lynch 11 ай бұрын

      Opus I

    • Patti 1962
      Patti 1962 11 ай бұрын +3

      @This Is Kassia I’m sorry to say no. This is because my wallpaper has been up Cofer 20 years!! Even then it was a small fortune to don an entire wall. When we moved in, there was already wallpaper down, but it was applied straight to the unpainted walls.... and it was not coming down. So we had to re-paper the walls.
      My best advice is to go with a simple design, nothing super trendy. It’s so expensive to buy and pay to have put up! I went with a French provincial style, and I still love it!

  • Kaity T.
    Kaity T. 11 ай бұрын +22

    My boyfriend and I are in the middle of re-designing the house, and the bedroom is like a mix of several of these styles! We're calling it "moody eclectic" but we went with "dark knight" by sherwin williams for the walls (super dark blue), there's a beautiful stained wood sliding barn door into the bathroom that came with the house, we've got a dark brown leather headboard, we're going to add dark velvet curtains coming down from the vaulted ceilings, a beautiful patterened cowhide rug on the floor, some luxurious looking sheets on the bed, we just bought this glamorous chandelier, and we're going to have some really eclectic, dark art on the walls. Sort of like a dark glam academia meets dark boho (leather/wood/rattan/plants) - Love that you dove into these styles!

    • Sarah Eschweiler
      Sarah Eschweiler 10 ай бұрын +1

      Sounds gorgeous!😊

    • David Owen Creates
      David Owen Creates 11 ай бұрын +2

      I love this!!!! I wanna see pictures!!! Do you have instagram?

    • Kalan Lynn
      Kalan Lynn 11 ай бұрын +2

      This sounds awesome!!!!

    • Susan Baker
      Susan Baker 11 ай бұрын +2

      Sounds really cool! Thanks for the description!

  • Danielle
    Danielle 11 ай бұрын +26

    I’m moving into a new apartment soon so I’ve been thinking about how I can decorate my space. This video has been SUPER helpful! I love the look of danish pastel and wabi sabi. I’ve always been gravitating towards post modern design as well which is something I learned from Alex Gater on YT, another interior designer.

    • Emily H
      Emily H 10 ай бұрын

      I was thinking while watching this that combining elements of wabi sabi & danish pastel could be so beautiful ✨

  • Sam Lopez
    Sam Lopez 11 ай бұрын +16

    I had no idea that my interior design style was called Danish pastel! I have had the hardest time trying to put a name to it. You helped me learn something about myself. Thank you for this video, Drew ❤️

    • IceeaTeea
      IceeaTeea 6 ай бұрын +1

      I'm from Denmark and hadn't heard the style described as 'Danish pastel' before but it's definitely a trend I see often here at the moment!

  • LadyAhro
    LadyAhro 11 ай бұрын +90

    Dark Academia decor has a lot of crossover with a style that’s going by Moody Maximalism or Dark Eclectic on various sites and it’s by far my favourite decor style and has been for a good number of years.

    • David Owen Creates
      David Owen Creates 11 ай бұрын +1

      I love it too! Such a beautiful style when it's done right! I love that

    • sea breeze
      sea breeze 11 ай бұрын +4

      Dark Feminine. But also Harry Potter adults.

    • Megan Becnel
      Megan Becnel 11 ай бұрын +4

      Yep. This has been me for forever!

      DANIxDANGER 11 ай бұрын +4

      Yeah i love Dark Academia (I'm a big book reader/collector) so I'm partial to it, but I find my style is more Dark Eclectic.

  • Rebecca W
    Rebecca W 11 ай бұрын +35

    Vintage Revival is my favorite, but I also love Dark Academia for all the books. My house is so small and the lighting is so poor that attempting Dark Academia at home would make it look and feel like I lived in a cave, but I love it in other people's homes!

    • Rebecca W
      Rebecca W 10 ай бұрын +2

      @Kylie Crawford SAME. I will always dream of my magical library with two-story high ceilings, which I would totally do in a Dark Academic style, but until that day arrives... I will live those dreams through other people's spaces. :)

    • Kylie Crawford
      Kylie Crawford 10 ай бұрын +2

      I totally agree. I love how dark academia looks in other spaces.. but not in mine. I don't think I could live in a dark space all the time. It seriously brings down my mood. That being said, I have seen so many pictures of dark academia in other's spaces and it looks amazing!

  • Dawn Liphard
    Dawn Liphard 11 ай бұрын +96

    Bibliophile here, so I am very partial to Dark Academia. Monochromatic would be my next favorite. I collect things so minimalist designs don’t really work for me, however, maximalist might be a tad much. Very informative video thank you.

    • anima
      anima 10 ай бұрын +1

      Minimal maximalism is a thing believe it or not, lol!

  • Solinel Gonzalez
    Solinel Gonzalez 11 ай бұрын +16

    This is such a good, well thought and planned video. Loved it. This is definitely one I'll come back to many times. I call my style "eclectic maximalism" because I can never choose one specific style and as long as they go together, I'm good.

    • David Owen Creates
      David Owen Creates 11 ай бұрын

      I'm the same way !!!!! Oh my gosh. My space looks chaotic and almost like a store which ok its not BAD it's just over done, too much is going on and it's a mix of things - I'm trying to scale back a little and just really let pieces shine

    KATHRYN DELACOTE 11 ай бұрын +8

    I try to do the vintage revival but to me it’s really hard to get the right amount so that you’re not leaning towards too antique but giving a more modern twist. I wish there was a formula! I love your decor and videos and can’t wait till the next one! You are awesome!

    • A
      A 10 ай бұрын +2

      I think the important thing is to mix and match silhouettes, and also to use the vintage pieces as more standalone statements! I.e. don't let them overpower the space, and if you have one ornate side table for instance, you might want to pair that with some more structured and 'square' type modern chairs or other sleeker straight-line furniture. Alternatively, you can keep the decor quite minimalist to balance it all out - more modern looking lighting, knobs, artwork etc. paired with vintage furniture. Also I think it helps to keep the colour palette quite neutral overall, but with accents of 'vintage' colours and shades - nothing too overly bright or overstimulating, just lots of softer, more subtle or maybe moody tones. It's fun to look at the 'heritage' paints of different companies (e.g. Farrow and Ball) to come up with ideas for colour palettes:) I think another big one is making sure that pattern is kept to a minimum, and if it's used it's quite intentional, cohesive and references the period you're going for (unlike Grand Millennial and maximalist, I think a lot of effort goes in to avoiding pattern and colour clashes so that the overall vibe is quite restful despite its eclecticism). Of course, as Drew said, it does all depend on what kind of 'vintage' you're going for (i.e. Victorian, mid-century retro, 70s, etc.) but I feel like in general you can approach it by looking at moodboard inspo pics of actual rooms from that time period, and then figure out how to tone it down. I'm not an expert by any means but I've been really into this style lately and these are the vibes I've been getting!

    • Temple Manning
      Temple Manning 11 ай бұрын +4

      I love Vintage Revival but I do have to stop myself from slipping over into Thrift Store Hoarding Cat Lady......

    • Kalan Lynn
      Kalan Lynn 11 ай бұрын +4

      I agree! I LOVE old light fixtures and people I know call them "old lady" but I need to find a way to make them look intentional and not like the house has never been updated. I just painted some walls in my office black and added an antique light - I think that helped.

  • Laura
    Laura 11 ай бұрын +11

    Super proud of everything you've accomplished with Lone Fox. It's been very inspiring to witness over the years. Keep going!

  • Erin Martinez
    Erin Martinez 11 ай бұрын +7

    This was so helpful! I’m living alone for the first time and I’m having such a hard time figuring out my design style! This video introduced me to some new ones I’ve never heard of before! More videos like this please! Thanks Drew! ❤️

  • Brenda Kaihoi
    Brenda Kaihoi 11 ай бұрын +10

    Thanks, Drew. I really appreciate your descriptions of these different styles. The combo of pictures and descriptive word pictures is very helpful.

  • Andrea Gardner
    Andrea Gardner 11 ай бұрын +5

    I'm a design nightmare. I love several decor styles and as a result I have a different style in each room. My living room is more coastal but my kitchen is danish pastal. My bedroom is vintage revival and our 2 stairways are maximalism (lots of art and pictures floor to ceiling on one side and a solid color on the opposite wall). The rec room is dark academia.
    I love wabisabi and japandi. My son's bedroom is Japandi.

  • Janice
    Janice 11 ай бұрын +5

    This was such a helpful video, would love to see more videos deep diving into each of these design styles. You always provide such amazing breakdowns of how to practically infuse these elements into our spaces. Hope you’re doing well Drew!

    • Lone Fox
      Lone Fox  11 ай бұрын +2

      So glad you enjoyed this one :)

  • Susan Mulvey
    Susan Mulvey 11 ай бұрын +21

    I’m so happy color is back!! I never liked the white, grey look! Course, we all can style our homes the way we love them, in “Vogue” or not!

  • Lauretta Del Mar
    Lauretta Del Mar 6 ай бұрын

    I love a lot of elements of a handful of these. I would defo have either industrial or japandi as a base then mix elements of wabi sabi and danish pastel into it. Whilst also putting my own unique taste in as well by having some dark gothic elements in there - in a more minimalist way to avoid it being kitschy.

  • Leah Ramirez
    Leah Ramirez 11 ай бұрын +7

    I follow other designer and home decorating channels and I believe, Drew, that your explanation of these different styles is the best and makes the most sense. You are very knowledgeable and creative and I enjoy your channel so much. Thank you.

  • b. denise
    b. denise 10 ай бұрын

    This video is just what I needed, Drew! I've been seeing a lot of Wabi Sabi & Danish Pastel-styled interiors lately and learning the actual term for these styles has been a game changer. I want to second the idea of you choosing (at least one of) these styles and renovating a space- maybe one that you love the most. I'm actually turning my walk-in closet into a craft room / vanity space type of set up and I think that I might go for one of these styles just so its feels like my sacred creative space. Also, I love the casualness of this video. It's always exciting to see what projects you are working on but I also really value this informational style of video! Thank you for sharing your passions & gifts. -B 🌸

  • Sam F
    Sam F 11 ай бұрын +8

    This was so helpful! I was having trouble putting into words the style I really like and now I know its called Vintage Revival 😊

  • Roland Austria
    Roland Austria 11 ай бұрын +1

    Our small apartment in Japan is a mixture of these different styles, and it prevents us being locked into a single style, because that’d feel constricting. It’s just me and my wife, so we can have fun with it. Our living space is a mix of mid-century industrial with my work area, plus my wife’s light academia on the other side with the couch and shelves. Our bedroom is more traditional, almost like a Parisian hotel with brass and warm neutrals. Our kitchen is a mix of farmhouse and boho with light wood, plants, art prints, etc. Always evolving and never boring!

  • karin /
    karin / 11 ай бұрын +16

    Loved this. Very interesting to have all the different styles explained so well. I am redesigning my living room and I am not sure where it’s going at the moment. It seems to become a mix of bohemian, industrial and wabi sabi 😂 we will see. And the only style direction I really dislike of all of them is grand millennial. Love the danish fun pastel look but can’t see myself living in a space like that. Great stuff though! 😘

    • Sandie Edward
      Sandie Edward 11 ай бұрын

      Danish fun pastel is so" Mr Kate's Astetic" seems Living on the Island has really given her wings to Fly and her Designs are blowing her Up to the younger generation... I mean: Really her Son right out of the womb barely walking has been given carte blanche with paint & Paint brush in hand Now that's A Young Dream Team... Fun to Watch their Creativity Explode... Must check them Out as Dreamers Love ❤️ to Dream Yet Achieve ThEiR Dreams and there Doing it... even Beyond Naturel Disasters they Push Forward.. Admirable traits... Worth watching As there 2022 Real Life Modern Day Flower Children.. Living of their Bohemian Dreams to the Max... Another is XO McCenna Another Young Couple Power Achiever's... Watching TV 🥰 Much as I Love it My Day Begins & Ends Watching Our Youngsters Expand their Visions... So Awesome... Glad my Grands are in an Age where Creativity is so Applauded & Given so Much Air Time... Love U Tube... For This Reason !!!

  • A Kindig
    A Kindig 11 ай бұрын +5

    I love the more educational videos like this!! I love learning about interior design. I would love to see some dorm room diys or makeovers in the future too!!

  • Andrea Carpenter
    Andrea Carpenter 10 ай бұрын

    My faves are vintage revival, dark academia, wabi sabi, and Japandi. I feel like those styles can be combined and integrated with one another in cool and unique ways. Love this video Drew! I hope you start feeling better soon!

  • Lynda Reith
    Lynda Reith 11 ай бұрын +6

    My design style - after doing a design questionnaire - ended up being vintage/eclectic which I hope doesn't mean I'm old and confused. I have a lot of my own art and Canadian native art that my husband has done. Quite like the mix actually. Crazy?

  • Kalan Lynn
    Kalan Lynn 11 ай бұрын +5

    Loved this video!! Made me be able to give a name to my style which is closer to vintage revival.
    Btw, “Maison Trouvaille” isn’t someone’s name. It’s French for (roughly) “house finds” or “house ideas”. It’s pronounced “May-zon troov-eye”.

    • Kelley Willis
      Kelley Willis 11 ай бұрын +3

      Thank you for this! I knew what the words were when someone typed it out, and when he pronounced it, I was like, ummm, what? No, that's not right.

  • Gail Craig
    Gail Craig 11 ай бұрын +3

    Very interesting! A few years ago a test I took describes my design flavor as "glamorous eclectic". It's fun but haven't heard of it before. Thanks Drew for all the work putting this together.... you explain so well.

    • griffingdor
      griffingdor 10 ай бұрын

      This is such a good descriptor, though! I can picture it with just those two words.

  • June Hodsdon
    June Hodsdon 11 ай бұрын +10

    Fun fun fun! I've been into rustic modern natural space for a while now. At over 60 I've been there done that throughout my lifetime and after downsizing I just want to be cozy and chill. Thanks for the update, it's great fun to watch!

  • shae
    shae 11 ай бұрын +1

    Okay I didn’t know the term for Danish pastel, but this is IT!!! 😍 I’m in LOVE with this design style!
    But here’s my dilemma, I can’t help myself I am such a trend follower. Right now my home is all neutrals and naturals boho/scandi that everyone was obsessed with two years ago. I NEED MORE COLOR AND FUN IN MY LIFE! How do I transition from minimal color to Danish pastel (with a tiny budget)?? Next and possibly more importantly, is it worth the time and money chasing an aesthetic that I love right now, but can’t promise I won’t love the next cool thing more? Is there a reasonable middle ground?
    Someone help!

  • Ashanti Williams
    Ashanti Williams 11 ай бұрын +2

    I loved all the descriptions & inspo photos that you used throughout each style. I’m really drawn to the maximalism & danish pastel styles! 😍

  • cloudcat
    cloudcat 10 ай бұрын

    I LOVE this video! So informative and inspiring with your descriptions and visuals. It's so helpful to hear the specifics of what makes each style work and the effects it creates. I find myself gravitating towards the features of maximalism and monochromatic. Very intruiging! 🧡

    • cloudcat
      cloudcat 9 ай бұрын

      Watched the video a second time and just appreciate how you state the nuances of each style, it's not a generic description but a true understanding of the details. Wonderful! 👏🏼

  • Aimee Sampson
    Aimee Sampson 11 ай бұрын +2

    Well made video that really hits on the basics of current design. I'd love to see something on your channel that touches on whether or not to coordinate the architecture of your home into the design, such as, if you are dealing with an '80s era ranch style home, how do you create the mood of something like Dark Academia without a total gut and remodle.

  • Katherine Dent
    Katherine Dent 10 ай бұрын

    Drew thank you for your explaining these styles. I am in the process of updating my home. I started with light blues for a coastal vibe but have gone all white in my main rooms and this has helped me look in some new directions. I feel like now I want to go in a more wabi sabi direction. Love all the information/inspiration your videos offer.

  • Dorothy Smith
    Dorothy Smith 11 ай бұрын +4

    Loved this video. You seem much more calm which is refreshing to see. I think I've seen most of these styles lately but the monochromatic really caught my eye. I love the walls and trim being the same color when the walls are flat and the trim and doors are glossy. 🤗

  • pitounesky
    pitounesky 10 ай бұрын

    I would love to see other videos on design styles or ideas of how to mix some on them! 😉 Great work Drew! 🥰

  • Mykah Brookelynn
    Mykah Brookelynn 11 ай бұрын +1

    Drew!!!!! This might be one of my most favorite videos ever! Thank you so much for the research and thought put into this video, and thank you for helping me narrow down some of my most favorite inspirations for my own spaces! I loved every second of this

  • perplex777
    perplex777 11 ай бұрын

    The Monochromatic style could be an interesting way to approach renovating a bathroom with a vintage coloured suite (pink, yellow, blue or the classic avocado that was all the rage!) I’d love to see a bathroom where someone has just 100% leant into the colour!
    I’ve also recently seen “Light Academia” which I prefer to the dark one which would depress me if I was in a bad headspace, even though I quite like it conceptually.

  • Marie Dilly
    Marie Dilly 11 ай бұрын +1

    I loved this video! Thanks for sorting it out...Decorating trends are melding together so much it is hard to tell what's what anymore! Can you start accepting videos of subscribers homes and
    saying what you like and what can be improved? That would be so fun! I always think "I wonder what Drew would think of my space!"

  • Yolanda Abrams
    Yolanda Abrams 10 ай бұрын

    I can't believe you mentioned Dark Academia! My daughter is going to college in the Fall, and she asked if I could help her design it in that style. Pinterest gave me hints for a color palette, but I thought the style was kind of clean gothic. So, thank you for this. Do you have any recommendations on what to purchase from your store or anywhere else to add that style to a dorm room area?

  • Cindy Norovich
    Cindy Norovich 10 ай бұрын

    What an informative and fun video! I’m upset with myself for missing it until now. Anyway…..would you ever consider picking a few followers to send pictures of some of their favorite pieces and then you give them opinions as to what their style is….just based on the pieces they send? You could suggest wall colors, types of accessories or even other coordinating pieces of furniture, that they’d like based on the pictures of the “favorite pieces” they send. Might be fun! 👍

  • Tony
    Tony 11 ай бұрын

    I'm starting to love Grand millennial after seeing Freddy and Amelia renovate their houses in this style

    TOYA EVETTE 11 ай бұрын +17

    Chinoiserie??? I’m seeing it a lot and I (oddly enough) like it. I’m doing black kitchen cabinets and neutral modern furniture with color in the rugs, curtains, and accent furniture. Loving the lacquered dressers. I consider it Modern Chinoiserie chic. I also love a dramatic “powder room”.

    • Farishta.H
      Farishta.H 10 ай бұрын +2

      Chinoiserie is considered Grand Millennial

    • Lone Fox
      Lone Fox  11 ай бұрын +5

      Ohhh I've never heard of this one!

  • Björg Kristjánsdóttir
    Björg Kristjánsdóttir 10 ай бұрын +1

    Great video! I really love that thrifting is becoming more and more popular and your videos on that are so inspiring.
    I’m moving into a new house soon and I have a goal of buying everything second hand. I would love to see another “explainer” video from you talking about how you plan the interior design of a space and it would be so cool if you would challenge yourself to do a makeover with 100% second hand/thrifted items (the exception being paint and such).
    I think it’s really challenging to do since you need to find a couch that matches your style, fits the room and the colors and your budget. So what is the best way to go? Start with the furniture and make the paint match that? Or pick a color scheme and go thrifting with that in mind?
    Hope this makes sense and that you would consider a video on it.

  • Cheryle Teale
    Cheryle Teale 10 ай бұрын

    I love the different styles... the more minimalistic is my thing as all the colour would wear your eyeballs out!!!
    But looks like fun to create and yes to recycling furniture and mixing with the new... creates a creative look for any home!
    Love your work Drew, very inspiring!!!!

  • Terri Phillips
    Terri Phillips 11 ай бұрын +1

    Loved your take on the Dark Academia style! My home is a fusion of styles, which I find appealing. Thank you for all of the hard work you put into your channel; I find at least one, if not many, takeaways in each episode.

  • Gina Crusco
    Gina Crusco 11 ай бұрын

    Drew, your descriptions and clear visual examples really clarify all these design styles. I find myself attracted to both monochromatic spaces and dark academia. Thanks for a great video!

  • Inner Wild Voice Studio
    Inner Wild Voice Studio 10 ай бұрын

    I’m somewhere between Japandi and Danish Pastel for my living room. Dining room leaning a bit for Wabi Sabi and bedroom moving into Maximalist Danish Jewel Tones. Kitchen in Vintage Revival. I love them all lol

  • Lisa Smith
    Lisa Smith 11 ай бұрын +2

    I love this video Drew, so informative. I must be totally eclectic because I identify with aspects from a lot of these styles. You explained and illustrated these styles wonderfully. Thank you so much.

  • Dayna Renee
    Dayna Renee 7 ай бұрын

    This was perfect. I hope I get to build my own home in a few years here. I would love to build an English cottage home with more of a craftsman or Tudor style architecture inside. And I love the cottage core style but I also love boho/scandi and farmhouse lol I would definitely need to hire you to help me design it!

  • Kristen Jaskie
    Kristen Jaskie 10 ай бұрын +2

    My goal is a variant of Spanish revival. That would be a style I'd love you to go over! Still popular in the southwest but hard to find in stores. White walls, dark wood, terracotta and colorful art. We have a TON of books and I am an academic, but I like it light, not dark, so light academic? 😅 White walls with colorful art and comfortable furniture. Probably some version of eclectic but with that Spanish/Mediterranean vibe.

  • pippi pippi
    pippi pippi 11 ай бұрын

    Progress not perfection keeps coming up for me atm. I like the table against the wall. You can always get some little mirrors set up so you can see the door or a reflection of it . I always have to actually move things into the place even when I also have a floor plan ❤

  • VioletxPurple
    VioletxPurple 11 ай бұрын +1

    For everyone who likes the idea of dark academia but thinks it's too dark for them, there's also 'light academia' which might be perfect for you!

  • Google User
    Google User 11 ай бұрын +2

    This gives me so much hope, Drew! I am one of your older viewers (prob. closer to your parents' ages), and I inherited some antiques that I love and want to keep and that have great memories attached to them, too. But I am slipping into boring and granny over here, so the idea of of keeping them and having a modern space is thrilling. I still have no idea how to pull it off, really, but this new insight is exciting. Thanks. Loved this video.

    • Alison Smith
      Alison Smith 11 ай бұрын +2

      If you 'shop your house', moving pieces from here to there, it might renew your appreciation for them eg, I have a low buffet, I'm planning to store my books in.

    • R. Smith
      R. Smith 11 ай бұрын +1

      You said exactly what I was thinking. I'm a Cusp Creature. Everything from movies & music, clothing styles & now design has been an integral part of my childhood as referenced from my grandparents & my adulthood as a hippie from the 60s/70s.
      I love the way Drew explained this because it really just means that everything old is new again

  • Ellie Borrows
    Ellie Borrows 10 ай бұрын +1

    Loved this video. In my adult years ive been more into minimalist design however the older im getting i think im more into biophilic maximalism (basically loads of plants in a maximalist design room). My living room is currently very minimalistic and it just looks boring and basic. O loved it when i 1st did it but im definitely leaning towards the maximalist look. Im saving up to redo our living room and cant wait to go bold!!!

  • Rachael Bruesch
    Rachael Bruesch 11 ай бұрын +1

    Yes! I love vintage revival! I love mixing old & new, especially furniture . I have items that I've collected throughout the years mixed with my modern sectional. My modern bed with my antique dresser and vintage quilts ❣️💯

  • Brendan Bang
    Brendan Bang 10 ай бұрын

    Perfect… thanks Drew, I love how you also stated how advance some styles need to be achieved. It’s not easy.

  • Sophie Leitao
    Sophie Leitao 11 ай бұрын +1

    This video is so beautiful and interesting, thank you!!! I did have an idea that I don't know if you already do, but if you don't, I think would be cool - do you think you could create a Pinterest moodboard with the pictures you used for each style? Maybe if you do it a collaborative one, people could even keep adding more photos that could help others with their inspiration ☺️

  • Raissa Cruz
    Raissa Cruz 11 ай бұрын +1

    love this! I am leaning more towards Vintage Revival but the Potterhead in me has subconsciously started decorating the office in Dark Academia vibe!

  • Boojie Panda
    Boojie Panda 10 ай бұрын

    I absolutely love this style of video, and very much enjoy ones like this where you discuss the many different design styles. Definitely among my favorites!

  • Jo Anne King
    Jo Anne King 11 ай бұрын +14

    Very Masterclass. Love the detail, very different than the usual diy. Loved it, love you always.

  • Tracy Reed
    Tracy Reed 11 ай бұрын +1

    Something I noticed in a lot of these is the play of light and shadow to add dimension, mood and texture. I love that!!

  • h.clark
    h.clark 10 ай бұрын

    Drew! I LOVED this! You explained each style so beautifully. I was engaged and genuinely interested throughout the entire video. So well done! :)

  • Kynzee Woods
    Kynzee Woods 11 ай бұрын

    thank you for taking the time to explain all of this!!! definitely gives me a great understanding of what type of look i am going for❤️you’re the best when it comes to decor!!!

  • Nica Rivera
    Nica Rivera 11 ай бұрын +11

    I love to integrate plants 🪴 in my space, also inspired from my Tulum trip 😍.

  • Laura Colleen
    Laura Colleen 11 ай бұрын +4

    This video was so damn interesting! I really enjoyed learning about these design styles, because I haven’t heard of most of these styles. Definitely in for more of these kinds of videos 😍🙌

  • Dana Micael
    Dana Micael 9 ай бұрын

    I love love love the dark academia style. It makes sense, too, because I’m also a huge Potter fan. 😂 really though, I’ve always loved very natural but moody colors, and some modern-but-vintage decor items. Now I know what my style is (officially). Thank you for this video!!!

  • Ann Latham
    Ann Latham 11 ай бұрын +3

    Thank you for teaching us! My kiddos will understand what their specific style is ! I can’t wait to see what they gravitate towards! Redoing rooms very soon. ✅

  • D AS
    D AS 6 ай бұрын

    Vintage revival = eclectic. I love your new names for these tried-and-true textbook design titles.

  • T Ballard
    T Ballard 10 ай бұрын

    Bravo! Great description of each design. Such detailed definitions in your presentation is superb. I thank you for your kind approach without the pretentious tone some decor influencers seem to convey when speaking to their target audience. Thank you.

  • Wingkie C
    Wingkie C 11 ай бұрын +1

    I love this type of videos where your more relaxed and chatty. Keep them coming Drew!

  • Sushmita K C
    Sushmita K C 11 ай бұрын +1

    What about this new style where you use lots of indoor plants in the room, almost making your room like foresty, natural, fresh, calm vibe. I would love to watch you do videos on one of those styles. Also, I love your channel, been following you for years ❤️

  • Tessa Yanco
    Tessa Yanco 11 ай бұрын +1

    Really enjoyed this discussion and discussing these design ideas! So interesting and inspiring, thank you! x

  • julie anne
    julie anne 11 ай бұрын +2

    HELLO Drew!! I haven't heard of most of those styles, lots of interesting information. When you redecorate future spaces maybe you should include the name of the style you will be using. Thanks for sharing today, totally enjoyed the relaxed vibe of your video!

  • Adriana Barnard
    Adriana Barnard 10 ай бұрын

    Love this style of monochromatic it’s way better than what I’ve seen in the past I would love to use it in my daughter’s bedroom!

  • sophie
    sophie 11 ай бұрын +1

    i love these more informational videos! love learning more about the philosophy of home decor. thanks for sharing drew :)

  • Alisa
    Alisa 7 ай бұрын

    Great video.
    I recently discovered grand millenial as a further development of the much more wood and green cottagecore style i liked.
    My favorite example of the style done right is Rita Konigs farmhouse tour.
    Definitly check it out, if you like that more maximalist, and colorful cosy style

  • L Tilley
    L Tilley 11 ай бұрын

    Thank you Drew! I learned a lot from this presentation. Very professionally done. The Japandi style is my new favorite. Love the organic elements.

  • Debra Bell
    Debra Bell 11 ай бұрын

    Seeing all those styles is so interesting. Thank you Drew for clarifying the difference between them, very helpful.

  • Ashley Rittenhouse
    Ashley Rittenhouse 11 ай бұрын +1

    This video is amazing! Thank you for making such a complete and thoughtful guide to these design styles! I don't know a lot about interior design and I feel like I want to learn more now!

  • Temple Manning
    Temple Manning 11 ай бұрын

    Really love this channel and appreciate the good energy you put into everything you do. Much gratitude.

  • Diva380
    Diva380 11 ай бұрын +4

    Wait, this is the first time I've heard of Danish Pastel. I'm aware of the aspects of the design style but didn't realize it had an actual name. I definitely like a mix of maximalism and Danish Pastel.

  • Hethwen
    Hethwen 11 ай бұрын

    What an amazing vlog. Thank you Drew for helping me better understand the specifics of each of these.

  • Hassan Balli
    Hassan Balli 11 ай бұрын

    I’ve said this before, but I love your channel. You are a great resource for interior design and are a pinnacle of good taste!

  • Grace Chapman
    Grace Chapman 10 ай бұрын +1

    Loveee the Wabi Sabi style however I just bought a 100 year old farm house so I think I’m going to go the Vintage Revival route 😍

  • Melody Is Here
    Melody Is Here 10 ай бұрын +1

    Awe Drew I was smiling through the whole video! You're such a wonderful communicator and so talented. Wishing you the very best this spring :)

  • Deborah D
    Deborah D 11 ай бұрын +1

    I love Tulum and the style of Tulum. It's not my style at home but I love it, cause I love the vibe in Tulum. I'm more of a Maximalism/Grand Millennial style. I've been collecting for years, now I'm trying to put it all together and make it renter friendly... Try that with gallery walls in every room. I'm also a furniture painter and painted a dresser inspired by a Monet painting Red Water Lilies. Anyway, love watching your channel.

  • Eve Baughman
    Eve Baughman 10 ай бұрын

    Ugh! I love you, you’re so inspirational! I work for really small local home decor brand called birch & buffalo doing all of their marketing and product design and this video was so inspiring 💖

  • GiGi Robison
    GiGi Robison 11 ай бұрын +2

    Excellent - your such a natural at explaining the details of each style.

  • Gabriela Simmons
    Gabriela Simmons 11 ай бұрын

    What a great video. Thank you for all the work and research you put into it. Absolutly love it. ❤️

  • Melisah Gordon
    Melisah Gordon 11 ай бұрын

    Weeks ago, I literally googled “what is Lone Fox’s design style” !! Nothing came up 😩 Thank you for making this video! It’s obvious how much time and work you put into this ❤️

    • Keybaej
      Keybaej 11 ай бұрын

      I feel like it’s Boho

  • SD
    SD 11 ай бұрын +2

    I loved each style as you went through Drew, each one was my new favourite... I found your descriptions helpful...I need to commit to one and see it through...thinking that I naturally lean towards the vintage revival...or maybe grand millenial but like the calmness of the Japandi...

  • K R
    K R 10 ай бұрын

    I never knew how to describe my style to people but knowing what Vintage Revival is helps so much! I think mine is Vintage Revival with a sprinkle of Dark Academia :).

  • Stardust Coyote
    Stardust Coyote 9 ай бұрын

    I loved this video! Really informative. I love New Maximalism and Japandi. Even though they’re like diametrically opposed, I just love the style! Great inspo images throughout

  • Lara Marszewski-Reeves
    Lara Marszewski-Reeves 11 ай бұрын

    Really great info. Drew! Your explanations n examples were really easy to understand. Thanks for breaking it down in a way that makes it easy to visualize. So many fun directions to go. Love it!! 💕

  • This Is Kassia
    This Is Kassia 11 ай бұрын +1

    One thing I'd add to the dark acedemia description would be the acedemic part - should draw inspo from boarding schools or universities. Like, the campus office of an eccentric professor. Things like textbooks, beakers, maps, globes, apothecary cabinets, old "artifacts" etc. seem to be a part of the aesthetic.