With New York Fashion Week taking the stage this past week, we couldn’t help but gather inspiration for our homes. From 70s suede to eye popping metallics, here are seven of spring’s most daring fashion trends, and how to use them in your home.
Suede dominated the spring 2016 runway, so why not celebrate this 1970s memorable theme by letting it loose in your home? We love this pillow from Cabelas for a little bit of 70s chic.
A sense of romance resonated with designers this year and ruffles were the key component. Ranging from fantastical gowns to modern crop tops, ruffles made all kinds of appearances. For that reason alone, we suggest adding some ruffled curtains to your living room or bedroom. Urban Outfitters offers a great option that will add feminine charm to any room.
Nothing will ever shine as bright as metallic. These baskets from Zara will light up your home, just like this dress lit up the runway.
Unique denim is the anthem of spring. While most of us are fluttering to find the next denim piece for our closet, we should also be considering it as a decorative style within our homes. Denim trays from Target will add an element of rocker chic to any spontaneous gathering.
Floral can be a difficult pattern to execute with confidence. Many find it reminiscent of their grandmother’s home, rather than a page out of Elle Decor. But think again. The sophisticated floral has arrived, and it’s the perfect accent for your home this spring. This floral chair from Target is a favorite and sure to stun.
Fringe and suede go hand and hand, so why not add a rug to go with your newly purchased suede pillows?Urban Outfitters has just the right one to compliment that 70s spring decor.
Yes, the 60s are back, which means tie dye. I know what you’re thinking, tie dye? Really? But with just the right piece, you can rock the bold 60s trend in a new classy way. This pouf from Target is a great way to use tie dye in a sophisticated manner.
Yes, the 60s are back, which means tie dye. I know what you’re thinking, tie dye? Really? But with just the right piece, you can rock the bold 60s trend in a new classy way.
This pouf from Target is a great way to use tie dye in a sophisticated manner.
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