Trending Looks for Every Style - Pier 1


What is your design style -- do you know? Do you like shimmer and shine or tassels and textures? White-washed woods or groovy organic shapes? Take a spin through five trending design styles to see which one you identify with -- and how you can add even more of your favorite look to your home. 


Bohemian style decor layers colors, patterns, and textures in a way that creates a well-traveled, laidback look. When lively patterns, chunky textures, and tassels come together, the result is a relaxed and eclectic look. 

Tribal Rug

Add a little more boho-chic to your look with a tribal-patterned rug, then play off the colors and patterns to layer in natural woven baskets, global decor, handcrafted wood furniture, and natural botanicals. 

Macrame Wall Decor

Handcrafted macrame adds an easygoing flair to your walls while being an eye-catching statement piece at the same time. Style your macrame with natural wood elements, a mixture of colorful and patterned pillows, and touches of texture everywhere. 


If you lean toward easy-breezy, beachy colors, light and airy spaces, and natural elements, you have a coastal kind of style. Nothing flashy here, just natural fibers, white-washed woods, and a minimalist, neutral color palette. 

Whimsical Sea Horses

Add a touch of whimsy to your light and carefree coastal style. This focal piece console table reflects your buoyant sense of style, and the white carved wood detail pops against your accent colors. 

White Washed Bar Stools

Set your watch to island time and belly up to the bar on this white-washed rattan saddle seat bar stool. Its chunky texture plays well with your sea glass accents and durable jute rugs with a form and function that will make it the go-to seating for all your weekend visitors.  


Glam decor is all about shimmer and shine, rich textures, and deep, royal hues. Dramatic lighting, bold artwork, luxurious fabrics, and tufted details lend a look of opulence and grace to your look. 

Jewel-toned Ottoman

An ottoman upholstered in indulgent royal blue velvet studded with lustrous nailheads adds a layer of elegance and sophistication to your luxe living room. This on-trend piece adds versatility to your style and complements your plush fabrics and stately decor. 

Gold Pendant Lighting

Triple layers of gold cascade over your kitchen island, nightstands, or entryway, casting a warm glow of illumination over your luxurious home. The elegant silhouette is stylish and sleek, adding fashionable function anywhere it goes. 

Modern Farmhouse

Sleek lines and contemporary designs infused with country warmth and rustic charm define the modern farmhouse look. Natural elements, textural details, and comfortable fabrics make the modern farmhouse style approachable and cozy, while touches of galvanized steel or aged wrought iron add patina and charm. 

Set the Table

Set your table in layers of black and white linens, hand-turned wood bowls, and clean, crisp white dinnerware for a classic country look. A simple earthenware crock of garden herbs and a piece of fresh-picked fruit at each place setting are all you need to complete your tablescape. 

Mid Century Modern

Simple lines and low-slung furniture are common characteristics of mid-century modern. Graphic patterns decorate pillows and wall art, while space-inspired designs can be found in everything from lighting to furniture silhouettes. 

Mid-Century Globe Light

The clean, modern lines of this mid-century table lamp impart subtle sophistication to your style. Add ambient lighting to your living room, a touch of modern brass to your desk, or soft illumination to your bedroom. 

Geometric Area Rug

The graphic shapes and sensibility of this geometric area rug are decidedly mid-century, but the look will work with any modern style. Use this rug to define a new living space in your home, greet your guests in the entryway or add a new hue to your home color palette. 

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Feeling inspired? You can find even more trending looks in your favorite style at Shop rugs, furniture, wall art, pillows, outdoor furniture, and more to create the warm and inviting look you love. 

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