It is well known in the design world that trends that hit the runway during New York Fashion Week tend to make their way into interior decor. This month, we’ve have had our eyes glued to Fall 2013 New York Fashion Week, and we’ve come up with some ideas on how to turn some of our favorite designers’ looks into fabulously fashionable interior decor.
Carolina Herrera: Old Hollywood Liaison
Just like head-to-toe silk draped beautifully onto a body, floor-to-ceiling silk drapery is dramatic and glamorous. Carolina Herrera’s line showcased stunning show-stoppers, like this silk dress, that are both romantic and oh so 1940’s Hollywood. To recreate the look in your home, combine different shades of blush pink with ornate black accents. Top it off with iridescent quilted fabric on the ceiling, a light pink striped fabric on the wall, and peachy silk upholstered chairs.
Diane Von Furstenberg: Retro Romance
Diane Von Furstenberg always knows how to dress a woman’s body. This year she did so in 70’s silhouettes and shades of raspberry. Translate DVF’s NYFW collection to bedroom decor by using red geometric patterns that echo the disco era and various pink fabrics in textures like silk and wool.
Zac Posen: Luxurious Love
This year, Posen favored deep, passionate hues of purple and brown in rich textures like velvet. Blossoms and vines peppered skirts and dresses, adding a dark playfulness to the collection. Mimic Zac Posen’s line with cut velvet accents, burnt sienna wood paneling, and plum floral fabrics.
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