TikTok isn’t just good for eccentric food trends or unusual beauty hacks, there is so much more to the video-sharing platform.

One side of TikTok that has been taking over is the world of interior design and home decor trends which has over 18 billion views combined.

While some people get their interior inspiration from Pinterest, Instagram or television shows, there is a growing community that is obsessed with all things homeware on TikTok, and it might come in handy the next time you want to give your home a makeover.

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Here are the most popular home decor trends on TikTok:

Dried flowers (134 million views)

Dried flowers have made a serious comeback in a chic way. Many people have swapped out their fresh flowers for dried, neutral coloured bouquets that give a home a nice elegant touch.

This trend is also on the craftier side of things, with a number of creators using the hashtag to show off how to both preserve flowers and arrange artful bouquets to keep around the house.

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Japandi (11 million views)

Japandi is every minimalists dream as it is inspired by both Japanese and Scandinavian interior design styles which are both anchored in minimalist principles, relaxed tones and simple furnishings.

To be able to recreate this trend at home you would have to adopt the ’less is more’ mentality and incorporate natural woods, crisp fabrics and clean lines in your home.

Japandi inspired interior. Picture: Instagram

Midcentury Modern (157 million views)

The midcentury modern trend is has grown in popularity with over 157 million views on TikTok.

The trend is the perfect combination of clean lines, organic forms and soft pieces inspired by the ’60s and ’70s such as abtract wall art prints and burlwood. The trend is perfect for those that want to get a little creative with their interior design.

Midcentury Modern home. Picture: Instagram @color_place_interior

To bring it into your home look at getting bigger pieces, incorporating an array of textures and tinted glassware.

Cottagecore (8 Billion views)

The cottagecore aesthetic is more than just a fashion trend, it is a broad aesthetic that is centred around an idyllic, romanticized, fantasy-life in the countryside.

Cottagecore is all about simple farm living, that’s filled with adventure, nature and comfort.

In terms of interior design the trend gets its inspiration from the 19th century or earlier, so think floral tea sets, chunky throw blankets, and baskets everywhere.

Floral tea set. Picture: Instagram

To bring a more fairytale-like feel into your home the hashtag #cottagecore on TikTok will come in handy with people sharing their home tours, DIY tips and more.

Pink bathroom (3.2 million views)

While it may seem like an extreme colour choice, pink hues have been gracing bathroom decor schemes for decades. And because our homes have become our sanctuaries, a soothing shade of pink can create a calming space especially when taking a nice soothing bath.

Pink tiles can bring a modern and chic effect in the bathroom and adding high-quality lighting will bring this trend home.

Pink bathroom. Picture: Instagram

Avant Basic (2.4 million views)

The avant basic aesthetic has made huge waves in the home decor space. The aesthetic features bright colours, carefree prints and psychedelic swirls. It is heavily inspired by summers in the ’60s and ’70s.

To recreate the trend at home you will need statement tufted prints, cloud motifs and bright lights.

Tufted rugs. Picture: Instagram

Soft Girl (1.2 billion views)

The soft girl decor trend is popular among teens and is all about ensuring that you are surrounded by things that make you happy.

The interior trend comes from the soft girl aesthetic which is built around full pinks and pastels, hair clips, oversized sweaters and mom jeans. The trend is inspired heavily by the ‘90s old-school brands like Hello Kitty and Disney.

Posters on a wall. Picture: Instagram

To bring it home you will need to look into getting old heartthrob posters, lots of flowers and fairy lights.

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