New York Fashion Week Trends for the Home

As New York Fashion Week comes to a close, fashion bloggers everywhere are reflecting on the up-and-coming trends that are already the must-haves for the season. But the fashion trends aren’t just for clothes; they affect home design and decor trends, too.

So what are the top forecasted fashion trends for 2017? How do they translate to home design?

Allow us to present our take on the latest trends, applied to your home.

Fur

Not just any fur – brightly-colored and patterned furs showed up all over the runway this week.

Via stylecaster.com

It’s easy to incorporate into your home. A statement fur throw can be, well, thrown virtually anywhere in any room; furry furnishings are fun and functional (say that five times fast!).

Bedroom by Donna Benedetto Designs LLC
Living Room by Buckingham Interior Design

Textures & trim

The pieces paraded down the runway tempted audiences to touch them. Structured ruffles (puffy shirts, anyone?), fringe, voluminous pieces – everything is flowy and touchable. Plus, shearling-lined bomber jackets – need we say more?

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Ruffles and fringe don’t have to be girly and overdone; done right, they’re sophisticated and soften the edges of stark decor.

Home Office by Michelle Hinckley
Bedroom by In-Site Interior Design
Living Room by alsoCAN Architects
Arteriors Padma Chandelier
Bedroom by Diseno Boston

Colors

The big colors and combinations showcased in Fashion Week: tan, gold metallic, dusty pink & yellow, blue & orange (and orange alone). Monochromatic outfits are everywhere – that’s a big one!

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Pick your favorites and apply them to your home in any capacity.

Living Room by Malcolm Duffin Design
Entry by Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
Living Room by Dorothee Junkin Design Studio

Pattern

Plaid, floral, and crisscross patterns popped up everywhere – even mixed patterns!

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If you’re bold, try a large area of pattern; if not, small pieces have a great impact too. And don’t be afraid to mix and match patterns if you can’t choose a favorite!

Kitchen by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Bathroom by Wiseman & Gale Interiors
Photo by Rikki Snyder

Denim

Not just any denim… embellished denim. Add patches, embroidery, or other touches for an edgy update.

Via Time.com
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Add denim to your home for a casual, comfy, yet stylish vibe.

Kitchen by Bartolomei & Company Interior Design
Living Room by NLdesign

(How cool is that rug?)

What’s your favorite fall/winter trend from this year’s New York Fashion Week?

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