Jay Jeffers Shares Five Ways To Incorporate Fashion Week Trends Into Your HomeAuthor:Candace Abbott
Coming off the heels of New York Fashion Week and on the precipice of Paris Fashion Week, the style trends for Spring ‘18 are being defined. It’s no secret that fashion has a major influence on interiors. Just look at the rich saturated blues, velvety textures, eye-catching marigolds and delicate millennial pinks. All of that made waves on the runway and now it’s translated into all the things you want in your space for Fall.
Acclaimed interior designer, Jay Jeffers knows exactly how to bring the trends seen at shows like Zimmerman, Tibi, Ulla Johnson, Jason Wu, Creatures of Comfort, Alexander Wang and others into your home. He gives the scoop on designing with glitter and metallics, micro florals, twists and knots even lavender. Read on to not only up your fashion game, but enhance your design prowess–with Jay’s help of course and these five ways to incorporate the hottest fashion trends into your place.. You know the famous fashion saying, “If you’re not in, you’re out.” That applies to interiors too.
Add a pop of color – Bring personality and flair to a neutral toned room. Borrow a bit of inspo from NYFW, by allowing lavender to take it’s place as a statement piece among the rest. Explore the option of a lavender couch or side chair:
Shower a wall with flowers – Bold flowers keep making an appearance on the runway, so bring them into your space with confidence. Incorporate this blooming trend by brining floral wallpaper into any room in your home. It’s an ideal fit for a bathroom space and injects a feeeling of freshness whereever it’s placed:
Accessorize – The bold ‘all tied up’ trend that is just entrancing? Let it add some life to your space through eye-catching pieces like woven accessories or furnishings:
Glamorize your home with a glittery touch – Metallics and glitter aren’t showing any signs of dying out. They continue to shine bright on the runway and prove a perfect inclusion in a home. Whether it be by way of accessories or art or even a commanding furniture piece, playing with different shades and textured metal finishes create a sparkling, not to mention semi-glam look:
Layer – Just like when creating an outfit, layering a room with different patterns, fabrics and materials completes an all-encompassing look that you’ll want to get lost in over and over again:
*All interior images are Jay Jeffer’s own projects. See more here.
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