Everyone know that fashion and home decor always hold hands and walk side by side and now with the end of fashion week all the new Autumn/Winter 17/18 trends are presented.
Runway trends, in particular, can carry way beyond the closet and give your living space a modern boost. This season debuted multiple motifs that’ll look at home in your home, from ‘80’s themes and suede to modern Victoriana and pastel pinks. Here, at Room Decor Ideas we highlight all the fall runway trends and how to translate it to home decor.
Fashion Week this year was a Space Age extravaganza. , and now decorating your place using hints of the great beyond is now a lightyear quicker and easier focus on liquid gold and dreamy, draping silver and just use a mix metallics with traditional materials like wood.
Spotted on the catwalk at Prada, Gucci, Fendi and Dries Van Noten, velvet has ruled the runway this Fashion Week. And on interior desgin its all about velvet, and velvet on velvet. A blush pink sofa with raspberry velvet cushion. Velvet is casual or formal, always elegant, cozy in winter and cool in summer. Like fine wine, it gets better as it ages.
There are runway trends and then there are runaway trends!! From Balenciaga, Céline, and Valentino today, each brand sent out a bright pink. From champagne blushes to bold, bright and out-there hot fuchsia, in fashion or in Interior Design pink it’s not going anywhere. For exemple if you use a pale blush champagne such as this lounge can complement metallic highlights and contrasts perfectly against a white wall.
This year big names like Gucci went full maximalist, and brought to the passerelle real scenes of royalty with gold and silver threads were typically mixed into the palette, resulting in rich, luxurious textiles with a pronounced sheen. For this decor the mantra is ”the more is more”. So be Bold and over the top is the limit.
Seen at Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen shows that florals are no longer spring/summer thing. Chic and Excentrique’ interiors made with flowers it’s like having plants in any interior. From walpapers to furniture or pillows floral interiors can be surprisingly diverse.
The return of the ’80s Baby
80s influences creeping back into fashion and thank god for that. Know for being the decade of think big, bold and then double it. In interior design, you get the perfect mix embodiment of the spirit: crazy excess and wacky color schemes.
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