Spring fashion trends not only set the stage for what we'll be wearing in the coming months but also impact the way we decorate our homes. Many of this year's most covetable runway looks can be translated into must-have home pieces. To that intent, we gather the crop of the crop.
Rex Chinchilla Pillow in Black and White ($595). Adrienne Landau; barneys.com
Black and White and Chic All Over The two star-crossed colors make the emphatic declaration that opposites do, in fact, attract. Missoni celebrated the monochromatic motif with eclectic patterns, while Christian Dior’s collection used the dueling color palette to evoke intimacy and femininity. This Adrienne Landau pillow makes the same bold statement in your living room.
Van Clive vanity chair in majestic dark purple ($1,836).
Let It Rain Purple Pantone nominated Radiant Orchid as color of the year… and runway fashions wholeheartedly embraced the purple revolution. As Elie Saab used rich violets and lilac ombres among a parade of vivid hues, Armani Prive’s couture show was a walking homage to every shade of the color. With purple on everyone’s radar, creating the look in your home is as easy as ever–as demonstrated by this Haute House Home vanity chair.
Everything is Coming Up Roses The use of floral designs may not be a revolutionary idea for spring, but this year, designers truly made the print their own. Both Versace and Oscar de la Renta revamped the classic pattern by using large, abstract blooms, while Dolce & Gabbana displayed the botanical theme in 3D embellishments to create a textured look. Follow in their footsteps and add some flower power to your bedroom with these Legacy Home bed linens.
Singing the Blues Hues of indigo and sapphire have punctuated Fashion Week spring runways. Ralph Lauren used them to leave a lasting impression, while many pieces in Chloe’s collection were inspired by a vibrant shade of cobalt. Join the craze and add a pop of blue to a room that needs a spring revival.
Shape Up This season’s designs by Calvin Klein and Fendi creative director Karl Lagerfeld boasted an array of shape-driven fabrics and cutouts in both neutral and bright colors. Embrace the trend in your home by adding a stand-out geometric pattern via this Global Views rug.
Avalon extra-large blanket in ecru/orange ($1,500). Hermes
Orange is the New Black Monique Lhuillier and Christian Siriano incorporated orange hues into many of their spring looks, while designers like Donna Karan and Rag & Bone adorned their models’ faces with a bold lip. Brighten up any room by adding a touch of the happy hue.