6 Spring Fashion Trends to Try at Home Now
New York Fashion Week has come to a close, and we’re still obsessing over the spring/summer 2018 trends that came down the runway. Feminine florals, bright neon and shiny metallics are just a few of the trends you’re sure to see hit big off-the-runway and in décor. We couldn’t resist getting a head start on our shopping lists for next spring, so we’ve rounded up the hottest fashion week trends that will reign supreme in décor in 2018. Take note from our predictions and get your pin button ready—these trends may inspire a Decorist interior refresh. Don’t say that we didn’t warn you.
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It might be cold outstide but don’t fret. The runways have proven that spring and summer’s bright hues will be back in full force (and in your home) come spring 2018. From Mansur Gavriel to Marc Jacobs, so many of fashion week’s standout looks featured canary yellow in some form or fashion. Yellow accents in décor, seating and rugs are sure to add a dose of those warm summer vibes into your space.
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Fashion’s love of pink—and our love of the pretty pastel hue—is carrying over into the spring. Except instead of millennial pink, warmer tones such as peach, dusty pink and sandy beige will serve as the new neutrals. If the collections of Jason Wu, Ryan Roche and The Row are any indication, it seems that nude and dusty pink (and every shade in between) will be a lot more digestible, making them staples hues in every home next year.
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Sparkly sequins, sheer silks and shiny satins dominated the runways of designers such as Tom Ford, Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta. The shift towards more sheen in interiors has been gaining ground, and we particularly love the way it looks through velvet-on-velvet décor, silk rugs and glass chandeliers. The more shine the better.
Image via Vogue / Brittany Ambridge
Florals in spring are to be expected, but next year the florals are more petite with a mix of fruit and insect-inspired prints. Designers like Anna Sui, Marchesa and Ulla Johnson presented an array of fun, fluttery and embellished floral patterned outfits—a surefire way to make us rethink our plain wallpaper and throws.
Image via Julien Fernandez / Vogue
Pops of bright neon reigned supreme at fashion week. Looks from Delpozo, Lacoste, Carolina Herrera and Cushnie et Ochs had bright neon swipes of yellow, blue, fuchsia or orange that had us shook with excitement. Stark contrasts of neon are sure to show up in interiors next spring, whether it’s a small accent or an eye-catching coat of neon paint.
Image via Naomi Finaley for Dwell / Harper’s Bazaar
It wasn’t all bright colors and florals at fashion week, you know. Calvin Klein and Prabal Gurung used darker, grittier palettes for their collections with bold red dresses and jackets being a standout look. You can make a bold statement with your color choices by adopting the red trend into your décor, whether it’s a cool painting or an area rug.
Want to give your home a fresh look next spring? Start a design project to adopt these gorgeous new trends into your space. Hurry—designers get booked quickly, so start today!