Spring is just around the corner, and I know that some of you are way over this freezing trend that is still blasting over most of the United States at the moment. But you know what else is it trending? Fashion shows!
Awe yes it’s that time of year that is busy with runway models, makeup, hair, and clothes. Fashion and interior design have always run in the some circles. Heck some fashion designer’s try their hand at interior design from time to time. So it’s no secret that fashion and interior decor are inspiring sources when creating a concept be for a fabulous dress or wondrous room design.
As spring approaches, I’m sure you will be eager to make some changes in your home soon. So, here is a little inspiration from the fashion runway that you can incorporate into your home.
1. Delicate Lace– This trend is all about romance and alluring appeal that the detailed lace brings to any outfit. Quite frankly I think designers were inspired by the 50 Shades phenomena if you ask me. However, it’s worth taking this sultry cue from the runway into your home. Try it by adding delicate details, lace inspired accents with a vase or votive, light fixture’s or for a larger impact with an all-over pattern on a wall.
2. Pleasantly Plaid – I like this one. What is great about plaid is that it’s more versatile than you might think and add a lot of warmth to any space. I have a large gingham printed red and black cocktail dress by Issac Mizrahi, and I love the nostalgic yet whimsical statement it makes. Plaid does the same for interiors and is very classic so if you decide to do this on a chair, floors, walls, etc. It will never go out of style due it’s traditional longevity.
3. 70’s Swagger– This was something that was big too; the vintage fun-loving vibe of the 70’s was hot on the runway. I love this Bo-Ho chic style, with a casually elegant feel, vivid color, patterns, and textures. I think back to Michelle Pfeiffer’s character in Scarface. UH major glam goddess! When doing this for your home go bold with patterns, play up an exceptional color combination and stick to it, mix metallic’s, layer in textures, keep lines low and sleek of uniquely feminine.
4. Fur Fabulous– There was a lot of fur trims, coats and accents on the runway this season. Again, when converting this trend to your home, I would say a little goes a long way. I like doing this on a few pillows, a throw at the foot of the bed or on a sofa; I love it on a chair even as major supporting roles in a room. Fur accents in your home will add tons of warmth and is big on tactile appeal for anyone who inhabits the space.