Design Trends: Are we in a mid-century-boho rut?

If the pages of CB2 and West Elm magazines are any indication, we can’t seem to get enough mid-century and boho. I grew up with Pendleton and braided rugs, and love some layered Kilims and my vintage reproduction Eames chair, but I’m wondering if we’re not in a bit of a mid-century-boho-saturated rut?

a few things I’m Into Now:

1980’s Memphis-Milano Inspiration
And I do mean inspiration as I’m not suggesting you craigslist your walnut credenza and sheepskin pouf in exchange for a Pee-wee’s Playhouse living room. But the blockiness and bold colors are refreshing and unabashedly not mid-century modern. This 1980’s Italian design group sought liberation from modernist design and experimented with “unconventional materials, historic forms, kitsch motifs and gaudy colors.”

"Donald" coffee table by SottssassCentury chaise by Andrea Branzi '82"Palace" chairs by Sowden '82New York Magazine 1982

Maybe just a little sprinkle here and there.
After the Civil War (1865), wealthy Americans facing increasing complexities from industrialization, urbanization, and massive immigration waxed nostalgic about a simpler past. Gothic Revival was one revival style that manifested in furniture design characterized by Gothic arches, geometric ornament, trestles, turning and straight-line form. Get your Gothic Revival on with these pieces from 1stdibs:
On a recent trip to Japan, I stumbled upon a wealth of stunning, vintage kimonos at a market in Nagoya. The prints are vibrant and have an “earthy” vibe, but are simultaneously more sophisticated, and a decidedly distinct alternative to boho interiors. Would love to see these as throw pillows, curtains, and even area rugs and bedding. For now, I plan to stretch my vintage kimono purchase on a wall in lieu of wallpaper.