As we know quite well, all things of the '90s have influenced fashion for quite some time now, to the extent where we've pretty much been through every style from scrunchies to slip dresses. But whether you like it or not, a new decade is here to theoretically eclipse the success of the '90s: the swinging '60s. The ultimate aim in aesthetic beauty? The Brady Bunch and the Bewitched. The vintage florals, the wavy mirrors, the shaggy rugs, the mushroom prints, and the colors of orange, blue, and yellow that you've seen all over Instagram are not a fluke. The fashion of the '60s was bright and enjoyable, tailored and comfortable, and the home decor was similarly "groovy" not holding back when it came to color combos and curved lines.
Apparently, dressing up has gone by the wayside since the pandemic, and more and more people are missing it lowkey. It explains why the daring, experimental fashion of the 1960s is gaining such prominence these days, and the décor is a natural extension of that. While we spend so much time at home, it's only normal to want to infuse some individuality into our space and make it a place we want to be all day long.