6 Fashion Trends To Bring Home From The Fall 2019 Runways
The fashion world wields a significant influence on interior design, from predicting covetable color trends to showcasing the most enviable fabrics. You can guarantee that what makes an impact coming down the runway will end up inspiring decorating soon after (here’s to you, millennial pink). This season, we looked to our own Canadian fashion scene for inspiration at Toronto Fashion Week. Get a front row seat at the hottest shows of fall/winter 2019 and learn how to bring those trends from the runway into your home.
This rich blue hue is having a moment on the runway, but we have a feeling it’s here to stay. At Narces, an asymmetrical, ruffled gown feels extra special thanks to the notice-me cobalt color.
In this striking home designed by Anne Hepfer, saturated blue Gubi Beetle chairs pack even more punch in the dining room’s neutral envelope.
Delicate ruffles, micro-florals and gilded trim commingled at Mani Jassal’s show, adding a fierce twist to traditionally feminine elements.
At home, bring the modern romantic look to life with pastels, florals — and a few unexpected extras. In this example of how to masterfully mix pattern, an artful geometric chair and a punchy rug bring the living room’s intricate floral wallpaper into the 21st century.
This trend is just begging to be touched. Fringe adds playful movement to biker jackets, swingy dresses and slouchy bags for a bohemian-meets-rocker vibe. Plus, fringe is one of our top design trends for 2019.
From the handcrafted wall hanging to the Moroccan pillows and nubby throw, this boho bedroom is proof that this trend has legs, and there’s no need to rein it in.
So long, matte. Hello, glossy! Designer Hilary MacMillan covered everything from trench coats to skirts and thigh-high boots in this edgy, high-shine fabric — and we can’t get enough.
In society columnist Amoryn Engel’s bold living room, custom lacquered blue walls command attention. If a floor-to-ceiling approach is a little too “look-at-me” for your taste, incorporate the high-shine trend on glossy kitchen cabinets or small-scale furniture.
Silky soft fabric and draped silhouettes take the usual lazy Sunday ensemble up a notch. Loungewear this luxe deserves to be liberated from the sheets and taken to the streets.
Designer Sam Sacks conjures a similarly serene ease by layering this cozy bedroom with tactile linen, cotton and faux fur. Silk drapes are another dose of subtle luxury in this relaxing oasis.
At Kiki de Montparnasse, fluorescent color is toughened up with strips of black lace, proving that dainty can also be daring.
A pair of electric lime green chairs are a highlight in the neutral palette of this arts and crafts home, juicing up a classic mid-century shape.