Bubble home decor is blowing up, and as someone with a minimalist, Scandi-style home, this is finally a trend I can get on board with. Also known as bubblecore, it brings organic shapes into your interiors, whether through a candle holder, fancy lighting, or that cloud-shaped mug you've probably scrolled past 100 times on TikTok.
Confession: I really couldn't get behind Barbiecore or Cottagecore. I appreciated both trends, but as a true neutral decor lover, they just weren't me. Bubblecore is an amalgamation of all things asymmetrical, neutral, and calm, but a load more fun. Essentially, it's anything that takes a bubble-like shape. I'm talking glass and ceramic, materials but it's really not that limited. I've found plenty of bubblecore buys from my favorite stores to prove that you can incorporate this niche look into your space without hurting your wallet.
I'm not sure about you, but I think that this floaty, ethereal trend is here to stay.
Yes, this is basically the same light Molly Mae has, but it's a little cheaper.
A new candle for the center of your coffee table.
Stop using overhead lighting. This is so much better.
For your keys and your hair ties, or maybe even for your fruit or your jewelry.
This reed diffuser smells and looks great.
Where did the bubblecore come from?
Thanks to British influencer Molly Mae's recent dining room redesign, the term bubble home decor was searched 14,000 times in the last month by home interior lovers, far and wide. For her dining room, she bought a stunning statement light that's essentially a bunch of hanging white bubbles. It's mega attention-grabbing — and you can see it on her home Instagram account.
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