Use fashion show inspiration to style your home!
Or consider looking at the future fashion trends to think about how YOU can get the look in your home right now.
Colorblock Adds Punch
BCBG Max Azria‘s color block rollover from their spring collection will definitely make its way into the more trend minded home decor options such as table top accessories, China, vases, linens, and even wall paint combinations will directly be impacted by this trend. And the simplicity of Ampersand’s Color Block duvet set is certain to make it a mainstay in your space.
Western Fabric Accents and Tactile Details
Nicholas K opened Fashion Week working shades of tan, russets, cream and shimmery fabrics into their collection, along with touches of leather. The urban cowboy theme in fashion translates well into home accents. Look for accent pieces such as pillows throws and bedding in subtle shades of earthy, but not dull, tans and lush creams, with rugged leather details such as braided piping or tassels, or a luxe western feel like this Yosemite Comforter Set by Croscill.
Think Paint and Textiles!
Richard Chai brimmed with bulky jackets and muted stripes. Consider translating that idea into home decor with some of the deep jewel tones that could be put to good use as inspiration for new wall colors. My take away guess would be the bold prints on the catwalks will inspire the textile market and that you may very well be walking on a Flokati inspired rug this fall, like this Ravella Stripe Red Indoor/Outdoor Rug.
What would you define as strong inspirations to influence any home’s decor come fall? — Brad Boles
Published on February 17, 2012