Cluttercore: Gen Zs revolt against millennial minimalism is grounded in Victorian excess

By Vanessa Brown
May 27 2022 - 7:30pm
Some say Cluttercore is a pandemic response, where our domestic prisons became cocoons filled with stuff that connects us with people and places. Picture: Getty Images

Have you heard maximalism is in and minimalism is out? Rooms bursting at the seams with clashing florals, colourful furniture and innumerable knick-knacks, this is what defines the new interiors trend cluttercore (or bricabracomania).

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