Spring Fashion trends translated into Chic Interiors

Fashion week shouldn't just be about clothing. Haute Couture spills into home design through the follow trends below:

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Get the look Trend Gingham


On the Runway: Whether you're perusing the farmer's market, hitting the beach or packing a picnic basket, wear a graphic gingham. Spring is all about that classic check pattern that feels beachy and retro. <br /> In the Home: Gingham is an ideal pattern for both men and women. To put a gender-neutral spin on gingham, choose a feminine color such as pink or coral for tailored upholstery and use chrome nail heads.

Trend Black and White


On the Runway: Black and white is a classic color pairing that feels timeless and comfortable. This season's take on the duo? Mod patterns and silhouettes that make the hues look fresh.<br /> In the Home: This custom black and white back splash creates an eye-catching backdrop in a transitional, all-black kitchen.

Trend Sporty Chic


On the Runway: Don't worry – you don't have to hit the gym to rock this look. From racing stripes and polo-style shirts, let a few sporty details bring this chic look to life. <br /> In the Home:Create a gallery wall with antique prints of sports and displayed over sized books on automobiles to showcase this sports writer's interests in a unique way.

Trend Fringe


On the Runway: Seventies style is in full, er – swing. Designers were using the embellishment as a statement piece on the runway, like fringed skirts, dresses with a fringe bottom or a top with cascading fringe pieces.<br /> In the Home: This luxurious Hollywood bedroom gets an extra glamorous touch with a triple fringed pendant that hangs just above the bedside table.