While you may have to wait until next fall to sport the hottest runway trends from the recent fall/winter 2017 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, you can easily reflect them in your home right now. From fishnets and opulent embroidery to ’70s plaid, here are fashion month’s top seven trends that will instantly transform your space.
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Detailed embroidery was sprinkled into many of the collections, including Naeem Khan’s fall/winter 2017 show. This opulent trend may not be for the faint of heart, but it’s undoubtedly a showstopper.
Embroidery is gaining traction in home decor trends, too. This duvet cover printed with gorgeous flowers and accented with detailed embroidery in rich colors is the epitome of luxury.
Velvet continues to be a designer favorite for fall/winter 2017, but this time it’s done in saturated, colorful hues.
In this living room, the decor is kept primarily neutral and laid back. It’s the tufted blue velvet couch that formalizes the entire aesthetic of the space.
Photographer: Rennai Hoefer
Red was the color that dominated the runways across all four fashion capitals, with brands like Givenchy — whose entire line was done in red — and Max Mara, who had a few head-to-toe scarlet looks here and there.
Max Mara via Facebook
Using red at home takes commitment, because you can’t change it as easily as an outfit. Painting your walls red, as seen here, offers a bold envelope for global decor, like carved wood accents and an artfully distressed armchair.
Photographer: Angus McRitchie
Designer: Lisa Arnsby
Source: Maison & Demeure June 2013
Instagram has been littered with ladies in fishnet tights as of late. Seen here at Jason Wu’s runway show in New York, fishnets are typically paired with destroyed denim or ’70s brights, and found underneath short-sleeved shirts and girlish dresses.
The look of fishnets is brought home in the form of black mesh grills, like stylist Emily Henderson used on her kitchen cabinets. The look adds a bit of depth to her newly renovated modern English country kitchen.
Photographer: Tessa Neustadt
Denim has been a designer favorite as of late, and was reimagined for fall/winter 2017 with head-to-toe denim looks in the form of jean jacket and skirt pairings, boiler suits and a tomboy version of the Canadian tuxedo — as seen here at the Dior show in Paris.
While denim may not be a textile that comes to mind when decorating your home, this stunning Serena & Lily Ryder Denim Rug proves that it should. Offering an effortless boho look, this rug melds wool for softness, and denim for relaxed ease. The result is major style underfoot.
Designers took cues from their grandmother’s living room this season, applying florals in large and small scale to everything from casual tops and frocks to formal evening wear.
While florals on couches can be a little dated (think: ’80s chintz), in textile designer Virginia Johnson’s home, it’s the perfect counterpoint to the room’s modernity when set against the drywalled chimney breast and bold black window frames.
Photographer: Alex Lukey
Designer: Virginia Johnson
Source: House & Home April 2015
’90s plaid is typically the go-to for designers, but for fall/winter 2017, it was all about the ’70s with a mix of bright and muted versions of the pattern sashaying down the runways.
Go beyond the typical tartan hues at home and explore lighter shades that make the pattern appropriate for spring and summer. Here, navy, tan and cream blend to create a classic look that’s appropriate any time of year.