Thursday, October 29, 2015

2015 Fall Fashion Week

This year’s fall fashion show lent itself to some pretty daring trends for the New Year. I took some of the best looks and translated them into design inspirations for 2016.



Natural Materials Paired with Neutral Patterns and Textures

Ralph Lauren
Thakoon
 
 
Have fun mixing and matching both furniture pieces and accessories for a welcoming den or Florida room. Sticking to a neutral color scheme will unify different textures and patterns, that might otherwise overwhelm a space. Adding cozy elements, like pillows and blankets, in soft fabrics will draw everyone to this space.


 

 


 


 

Monochrome in Soft Palettes for Traditional Architecture


Tibi

Delpozo

A soft monochrome color scheme is a great way to update traditional kitchens. Additional elements within the room can sway it towards a more contemporary or classic style. For instance, granite countertops and sleek furniture give a kitchen a more modern feel.



 
(http://www.elle.com/fashion/news/g25710/highlights-from-new-york-fashion-week-fall-2015/?slide=97)
 
 
 
White with Metallic and Shine

Cushnie Et Ochs
(http://www.elle.com/fashion/news/g25710/highlights-from-new-york-fashion-week-fall-2015/?slide=97) 

 

Prabal Gurung
(http://www.elle.com/fashion/news/g25710/highlights-from-new-york-fashion-week-fall-2015/?slide=97) 

 

Keep a bathroom looking clean and timeless with prominent white elements, and add hints of metallic and shine to add subtle interest to the room. If you want to warm up the space, add gold or champagne accents. Introduce mother-of-pearl features to add an element of understated glitz.
 

How are you using your favorite fashion trends in interior design?