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December 2016

Fashion Trends Come Home

By Eve Robinson

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Wouldn’t it be fabulous if your home were as fashion forward as you? Surround yourself with spring/summer runway trends with these fashion-show-inspired home accessories.

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Home Accessories with Fashion Style: FEATHERS

Askella Wallpaper $13 per square foot
Artemis Curtain $238 (pg. 16 in brochure download)
Love the delicate feather trend this season? Update a powder room with Trove’s Askella wallpaper, in which graceful feathers flutter across the wall. Available in 5 colors from soft and feminine to dark and dramatic. If you’re not ready to commit to a whole wall of feathers, add a touch with Madura’s Artemis curtain. In a luscious gray ultrasuede, the curtain is lined with 6 rows of soft feathers, much like the layered details in this season’s newest looks.

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Fashion Show Inspired: POLKA DOTS

ICE White Vases $88–$174
Fragment Tray $239, small; $399, large
Get inspired by the season’s playful polka dots! Put a fresh bouquet of spring flowers in this sophisticated, blown-glass vase that flaunts a playful dotted border. Though less bubbly than traditional polka dots, these organic ovals are individually etched, giving this piece a beautiful hand-made quality. And if you need a fresh look for your next outdoor party, update your serving trays with Australian design team bernabeifreeman’s Fragment Tray. This platter’s molecular-like pattern gives polka dots a clean and modern feel.

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Fashion Designed: TIE-DYE

Ikat Silk Print Pillows $184–$194
Tie-dye has gone from groovy to posh. Elevated from t-shirt status, tie-dye has made its way into the home with these pillows, which add a new dimension to hippie chic.

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Designer Home Accessories: FLOWERS

Bouquet by Moroso Swivel Armchair $9,888
This swivel chair is the perfect spring fashion statement for home. Inspired by the idea of receiving a bouquet of flowers, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka designed the Bouquet by Moroso chair using about 30,000 paper tissues. This chair imitates the couture lines of the fashion world.

See more stylish picks from designer and contributing editor Eve Robinson.

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