3 Ways to Bring Home Top Trends From New York Fashion Week

Hey there! Nina from the HSS feed here, and I’m back again with some more home decor inspiration. As you may know, we’re at the end of another New York Fashion Week, where designers are showing their collections for Fall 2015. I love keeping up with Fashion Week from afar and I always look forward to seeing what trends will be hitting our stores (and hopefully closets!) in the coming months.

Inspired By: New York Fashion Week - Discover, a blog by World Market

One of my favorite shows this year was Mara Hoffman, who is a master of prints and textures. While taking a look through some snapshots from the show, I was inspired to see what pieces I could find to bring the modern bohemian style (with a hint of retro) into my home.

  • Textures: This is an easy one to build on what you already have in your home. For tabletop, I love this woven stripe table runner (which also has coordinating napkins and placemats). It’s cheery and vibrant but has that little bit of boho vibe to it. You can also add texture with rugs like this ivory flokati wool rug (This pick is inspired by that gorgeous white coat!)
  • Prints: When it comes to adding prints, the easiest way to do it is with some global-eclectic pillows. There are so many sophisticated prints that really give that elegant, global style vibe. I like this floral print with pops of pink, this geometric print in black and white, and this gold geometric ombre print could have been inspired by the gold beading at Mara Hoffman’s show!
  • Pops of color: I like to see pops of color with accent furniture like these fuchsia round back dining chairs, which have always been a favorite of mine. This trend can also make its way outdoors with these turquoise all-weather wicker chairs and this fabulously bright drum stool.

 

Images from New York Fashion Week via Style.com // Product collage created for World Market

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