From the runway right into your home – gorgeous 2015 Spring fashions can grace more than your wardrobe! Check out these fabulous ways to dress your interior spaces in the height of fashion.
Carolina Herrera’s Spring/Summer collection was inspired by the “color code of a flower” and featured bold digitized blooms and geometric patterns that were still distinctly feminine, soft, and flowing. This dining room by Katie Rosenfeld Design as featured in Traditional Home captures the same rose, white, and green palette with bold floral and geometric themes. The walls were papered in “Balata” by Manuel Canovas. The exquisite Hickory Chair seats were upholstered in Stark’s “Bimini Road” in a stunning textured, jewel-toned pattern.
Another decidedly feminine Spring theme embraces the ethereal look of lace. These lace looks by Chloe and Valentino can be mirrored in any room of your home, like the lace stripes on this chair by Ethan Allen or the soft lace shade on this pendant lamp from Heritage Lace.
Soft and classic, this blue and white rose dress by Lela Rose is a look easily duplicated with prints, toile or chinoiserie as in this bathroom by John Jacob Interiors.
Ginghams, checks and stripes continue both the feminine and geometric Spring themes with a homey, classic twist. This striking yet soft style from Oscar de la Renta’s RTW collection can translate to any interior space. Designer JoAnn Barwick created a similar cozy, casual bedroom featured in Traditional Home using checks, stripes and chinoiserie.
Bold, Playful Colors and Patterns
The bold, playful colors and patterns from Spring fashion, like this dress by Lela Rose, can brighten your interior spaces as well. Designer Katherine Shenaman played up the vivid, hand-painted yellow wallpaper in this vintage-meets-modern dining room featured in Traditional Home.
Pantone Spring 2015 Color Lineup
The simplest way to integrate the latest Spring fashion into your home design this year is to implement colors from Pantone’s Spring color lineup. Soft pastels and warm neutrals are all drawn directly from nature. Pantone’s color choices reflect an “en plein air” and minimalistic theme for a “soothing escape from the everyday hustle and bustle.” Perfect for Spring, don’t you think?
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