Last Updated on June 24, 2022
Honestly… It’s about time minimalism met it’s match. Maximalist decor is all about collecting pieces you love and create a space where, simply put, more is more. It might surprise you how put-together and cohesive a maximalist space can be.
If you’re looking for inspo, check out these 28 maximalist decor ideas!
How is it possible that one room can have so many different prints and colors, and still look so cohesive? That’t the beauty of maximalism!
It’s possible to try maximalist decor but still stick to this theme. This pink and green space mixes multiple prints and colors but is a bit more simple than many other ideas on this list.
Maximalist rooms can get away with super unique paint choices, like in this dark purple room. I love this room because it does a great example of bringing together so many styles of decor- boho, modern, art deco– in a cohesive way.
This living room feels like it belongs to a world traveler. And it might! Maximalism is the perfect style for those who travel often and collect knikknaks and decor along the way.
Molly Gilbert Goods sells these gorgeous colorful rugs, that would be stunning in any maximalist space! All of her goods are hand-tufted and designed in San Fransisco.
Maximalism pairs super well with a more vintage style, like in this living room. If you plan to decorate maximalist, you might be able to find some great finds for your space at the thrift store.
Maximalism does not have to be disorganized! I am obsessed with this colorful maximalist bookshelf from Libby living colorfully.
I am in love with this pink, southwestern style kitchen. One way to make a space more full, like this one, is to layer different textures of pillows and blankets.
Nothing says maximalism like a gallery wall! There are no limits to how much art you can hang on a wall. This colorful gallery wall ties in beautifully with the black and white couch and eclectic pillows.
This pink dining room will take you right back to the 70s. With maximalist decor, you can get away with things you normally could not. Notice the vintage wood armoire that stands out from the rest of this space, but still looks intentional.
Can you imagine waking up in this colorful bedroom every morning? I feel like I would automatically start the day with a smile on my face!
I am all for a colorful, velvet couch! And even when you decide on a color, there’s still so many ways you can mix up the decor to add a fresh twist!
There is so much going on in this neon living space, and it absolutely works! This style might not be for everyone, but it can make an awesome style if it’s for you.
You can just tell that every piece in this living room was intentional. And while there are many decor items, the clear themes throughout make for a cohesive and well-put-together room.
This gallery wall is so beautiful! If you’re putting together a gallery wall of your own, don’t feel constrained to stick to a certain frame style or art style. Feel empowered to choose what you love, and bring it all together to create a unique style of your own.
The colors in this room are outstanding!
Midcentury pieces are great options to work into a maximalist space. If you’re lucky, you can find them second hand for a great deal and more authentic space.
I would have never paired this tile with this wallpaper, but it looks SO good. It may sound weird, but bathrooms are a great space to try out new things with your decor! It’s not the first thing guests (or you) will see, but they can definitely make an impression.
Another excellent example of a maximalist bathroom that makes a statement.
When it comes to maximalism, don’t be afraid to mix patterns! Find a common theme that will help tie the patterns together visually, like in this living space
Maximalist decor can be achieved with either more traditional pieces, or modern piece. This colorful living room is a great example of the latter!
As you can see, gallery walls are a common theme in maximalist decor. There is truly no limit to how big you can go! Besides the floor and the ceiling, of course.
This 360 detailed mural is absolutely stunning and makes for such a unique living space!
Taxidermy is definitely not for everyone… but I have to say it totally works in this apartment!
This coffee table decor is just so lovely and bright! Dried flowers can help you add more natural elements to your space without the maintenance.
A wreath on a gallery wall is such an unexpected flair. You can totally make changes to your gallery wall based on the seasons.
I love the idea of using the same wallpaper on both your furniture and your walls to make a space more cohesive!
If you love pink as much as I do, definitely check out samswhurld on instagram for some inspo. Her pastel maximalist space is so beautiful!
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