These Epic Home Trends Are Making A Comeback

Hello, shearling.

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Few feelings compare to when you realize your favorite trends of the past come back into style, updated and better than ever. That can be said for everything from interior design to fashion and beauty—trends tend to wax and wane and evolve over time, so when you can suddenly find an even better version of your favorite styles, it's pretty exciting. From soft, cozy shearling and sunburst mirrors to all of the rattan and wicker your heart could ever desire, these are some of the top home trends making a comeback this year.

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Shearling
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Arhaus

Lazar Chair
$599, Arhaus

One of the biggest trends this year has been shearling, sherpa, and wool (both real and faux) furniture, particularly chairs. If you've been waiting for all things lush and fuzzy and cozy to make a comeback, it's here—and it's ready for all the naps you'll inevitably be taking, because who can stay awake on a chair like this?

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Shag Rugs
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Lulu & Georgia

Rimora Shag Rug
$305, Lulu & Georgia

You might immediately think "too 70s" when you hear the word "shag," but shag rugs are fully back. They may not be popular in wall-to-wall carpet form like they were decades ago, but soft, shaggy area rugs with beautiful patterns like this one? They're just about everywhere now.

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Rattan and Wicker
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Made Goods

Aurora Lounge Chair
Made Goods

You've probably already noticed that there's been a huge resurgence of wicker and rattan furniture and decor this year, because you can find them everywhere from high end retailers to budget stores. But, it's not your average rattan—this time, it's all about the details, like the cool shape of this stunner from Made Goods.

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Sunbursts
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Anthropologie

Sunstar Mirror
$228, Anthropologie

Sunbursts are back and ready for all your mirror needs, but this time they're a little more elegant and understated, especially in gold. And you'll likely notice a crossover between the wicker trend and the sunburst trend—there are tons of wicker and rattan sunburst mirrors out there just waiting for you to give your home a touch of boho-glam.

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Macramé
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Pottery Barn

Jenn Macrame Wall Art
$139, Pottery Barn

Macramé wall hangings have been big on maker spaces like Etsy for a while now because it's never really gone away, but you'll likely be seeing a lot more of this vintage-inspired favorite at major retailers and more high-end stores. It is a great way to add texture to a room, after all.

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Oversized Sofas
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West Elm

Harmony Down Sectional
$559 and up per piece, West Elm

Sleek, chic sofas have reigned supreme for some time, but with an emphasis on comfort and having plenty of seating for guests or the whole family, stylish oversized couches are where it's at now. Who doesn't want a sofa they can sink right into on movie night?

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Mirrored Furniture
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Restoration Hardware

Strand Mirrored Desk
$1550, Restoration Hardware

Mirrored furniture is one of those trends that always seems to pop up again every few decades, and it's definitely back now. Nightstands, desks, coffee tables—you name it, and you can find high-end and budget buys with that glam, throwback finish just about everywhere you turn.

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