Biophilic design aims to emulate the look and feel of the outdoors in indoor spaces. Today on the blog, we explore the enduring concept of biophilic design and the benefits of incorporating all-things-nature into your interior designs.
Wallpaper is the quintessential way to breathe new life into your old walls. Today on the blog, we explore some modern, trend-forward takes on this old-school design choice.
Summer is almost over, which means Fall and all of its fashion and interior design trends are just around the corner. From Paris to New York City, we can’t wait to see what is in store this season and how runway design will find its way to your home’s interior.
Throughout the years, there have been many designers who have blended fashion and interior design effortlessly, and this Fall, we hope it’s no different! Let’s take a look at some fabulous trends in design, color, and home interiors and what to expect this Fall in the world of fashion.
Leather Chaise Lounge – Make it Fashion!
Fashion Inspired Tufted Furniture
Tufted outerwear is taking center-stage this Fall season and is bound to steal the show. The art of tufting, which originated in Victorian England, keeps the stuffing in furniture in place and adds a touch of character to each piece. This ready-to-wear jacket from fashion designer Moon Choi combines the hand-made elements of a brown leather tufted sofa into a piece that is fashionable, yet comfortable.
Fringed Curtain Dresses… Oh Yes!
Fringed Fabric Design
Fringed curtain dresses are here to stay! This look by fashion designer Matty Bovan brings tufted curtains into the limelight and shows off certain trends with fringe we see in interior design. Fringe is being found everywhere, from mirrors, lampshades, throw blankets, and on pillows. We want to see more fringe this upcoming Fall season!
A Marie Antoinette Moment
Classic French Design
This swagged skirt look a la Marie Antoinette is everything and more! Gucci showed off this mix of window dressing and actual wearable dress perfectly. This Victorian style is becoming more trendy and is being seen in different rooms when it comes to accessories, curtains, sheets, or pillows.
Geometric Patterns and Accessories
Fashion designer JW Anderson wowed the crowds with this geometric look from his latest Fall 2020 collection. He wanted to show his love of geometrics and how these different shapes, from spikes to circles, subtly stand out. From spiked sconces to circular mirrors and geometric angular chandeliers, interior designers are using these shapes everywhere in their projects!
Get the Fall Fashion-Inspired Look With Vishion
Do these fab Fall fashion-inspired looks inspire you? Incorporate these unique looks and colors into your home or next interior design project. Simply choose a color in our color search engine and let Vishion put your favorite home decor colors to work.
Installing a wood panel accent wall is a great way to add warmth, texture, and rustic appeal to a space. In this guide, we outline DIY best practices for creating a wood panel statement wall of your very own.
The florals of the late 1900s are making a comeback and are longer associated with your grandmother’s living room. These updated on-trend patterns bring the outside through florals that pop and natural wood tones that are modern and timeless. Inspired by garden florals and nature, Vishion dives into interior designs modeled after this trend.
Florals, Greenery, and Wood Tones Galore
Since the beginning of its popularity in the 1950s, florals can be found everywhere from drapery, wallpaper, and statement upholstery. Many picture this pattern covering their grandmother’s house, however, modern interior design features florals in an updated way. Using shades of blues, greens, browns, greys, and pinks, this nature-inspired palette can help brighten your home with a sustainable feel.
If you love the feel the florals but aren’t ready to deck out the walls, try adding a subtle upholstered fabric to your dining room or kitchen chairs. Pair it with your favorite indoor plant to add a hint of greenery. When starting from scratch, use the floral fabric to create the rooms color palette. Vishion can help you find your favorite pattern and identify your palette’s featured color with our custom color search engine. Floral upholstery adds a chic, modern, and elegant touch that brightens your space and makes it feel warm and airy.
Moody Wood Tones
If your preferred personal design style is more dark and mysterious, consider incorporating wood tones and natural materials into your home interior design. Think dark greens, muted yellows, and elegant shades of black. A great way to incorporate natural woods is by refinishing furniture and restoring it to its natural state. Search your city’s Facebook marketplace or Nextdoor app to find furniture that can be stripped, sanded, and stained. Stained – an eco and budget-friendly alternative to expensive furniture store prices.
Subtle Floral Inspired Tiles
Florals don’t need to be obvious. You can use floral-inspired tiles, for example, to still incorporate nature into your space. Take a look at this design by Jordan Shifrin. Using this daisy-inspired pattern, wood-toned barstools, and vibrant, green plants, this design is bright, modern, and trendy without trying too hard.
Using Vishion to Explore this Color Palette
Mudrooms are making a comeback in 2020, and we have some of our favorites to show off. Check out Vishion’s favorite trendy mudrooms and how to incorporate them into your next home project.