The catwalk can give some wonderful inspiration for home décor as, like fashion, the trends changes bi-annually to keep up with the colour, pattern and style changes. Although it has to be said that many interior designers will say that it is fashion which follows them…….either way if you love the latest fashion trends there’s some fabulous ways to bring the look into your home.
Muted colour with pattern in part of the room has also provided a chic look; this year texture is also being brought into play with some leathers and prints inspired by animal skins.
This Spring/Summer we see beautiful orange on the catwalk, this sumptuous colour is perfect for using as an accent to breathe new life into a tired looking room.
Some of the biggest names in fashion take to the catwalks of the world – be inspired by their designs or their hallmark pieces which ooze style and sophistication.
Which came first the wallpaper or the scarf? Does it really matter? Both are trendy and an easy way to pep-up a drab room.
Monochromatic black and white never goes out of fashion in home décor or on the catwalk. Bold geometric patterns tick all the right boxes to creating an extremely stylish room which bright and incredibly chic.
Lace is bang on-trend this year in the fashion world. You can also bring touches of lace into your home with modern stencilling-styled wallpapers and soft furnishing fabrics.
Continuing with the lace theme; it’s perfect for creating a sexy, dreamy look in bedrooms.
Cobalt blue and shocking pink will really produce a colour pop in your home and your Spring/Summer wardrobe. These superb colours complement each other beautifully; creating a wonderful look for modern and contemporary homes.
The catwalks aren’t the only place where you can find inspiration for home décor. Any of the red carpet award ceremonies will show haute couture and designer labels being modelled by the stars. This pretty powder blue dress is perfect inspiration of a powder blue bedroom colour palette.
This wonderful freesia yellow is the perfect Spring/Summer colour, bringing an instant burst of sunshine into your home and wardrobe.
Metallic green is shown on the red carpet and can be translated into various styles in home décor. Metallic and reflective surfaces provide a touch of sophistication without being too overwhelming when used in the right proportions.
If you’re not inspired by the catwalk or the red carpet you can always use your favourite dress as a headboard, with the bed becoming a full bodied long length skirt – after all innovative ideas is what great décor and fashion is all about.