12 Outdated Home Trends Millennials Hate, but Boomers Love

Now that it's 2023, we can finally accept that animal print is way too cheesy to be cool.

1.  Animal Print

Target prints are cute until you've already seen them in the homes of three of your friends. 

2. Mass-Produced Furniture/Art

In the 1980s, it was fun to have pastel bathrooms, but now it's time to leave the style where it started. Pale colors, especially green, can make a room feel sick and washed out.

3. Pastel Rooms

Aside from the clear risk of water damage, carpeted bathrooms just don't look good anymore. They don't do anything and don't even look good.

4. Carpet in Bathrooms

"Live, Laugh, Love" is no longer a thing. No one wants to see words that were made in a factory and hung up all over your house. 

5. Art With Words

Everything in the room is blue, including the curtains, chairs, and rugs. Isn't as cute as you think. Contrast is a real thing that you should use.

6. Matching Everything

If every big piece of furniture in your living room is made of pine wood, you need to hire an interior designer right away.

7. Wood Furniture Overload

Vertical blinds should not be in your house unless you live in a low-rent apartment. They look cheap, are easy to break, and make a lot of noise if a fan is blowing directly on them.

8. Vertical Blinds

If you change to a better material, your friend who is afraid of spiders will probably come to see you more often.

9. Popcorn Ceilings

It's bright and cute, but do you really want to have to dust each piece? Not a chance. Let's leave fake fruit where it belongs: in the 1990s.

10. Fake Fruit

Well, it looks like white kitchens are on their way out, as more and more young people choose bright and colorful kitchens instead.

11. All White Kitchens

It turns out that the boho style, with its macramé wall hangings and lots of plants, has reached its peak and is now going out of style.

12. Bye Boho