The Zoe Report features KJH

When editor Emma Bazilian coined the term “grandmillennial” in a piece for House Beautiful a few years back, the trend basically became an overnight success. The phrase and the style caught on with interior enthusiasts like wildfire, rapidly racking up searches on Pinterest and gaining tens of thousands of hashtags on Instagram. And while that all started around 2019, it’s still going strong to this day; case in point, multiple designers recently told TZR that demand for the look would continue well into 2022. In fact, if you’re reading this right now, it’s likely you yourself are interested in cultivating the grandmillennial aesthetic in your home — so, TZR tapped an expert on the subject to find out how.