Hear, hear! Calling all the material girls to the table to chat about a phenomenon that is taking over TikTok and at present, all 130 square feet of my living room. You’ve probably heard of minimalist decor — a type of interior design defined by neutral colors and uncluttered spaces — but the latest buzzing conversation is all about maximalism, or, maximalist decor.

Quite the opposite of clear, open spaces but still 100% intentional in its makeup is maximalist home decor. Telltale signs of maximalism include full gallery walls, vintage knickknacks, and a flair for the unconventional in regards to outlandish paint colors and one-of-a-kind furniture. Further proof of the bold, funky trend is the hashtag #MaximalistDecor having amassed a staggering 40.7 million views on TikTok.

“This style is far from shy and is unapologetically bold,” says San Francisco-based interior designer Ariel Magidson. In contrast to the

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