Fashion continually inspires home decoration and vice versa, so with the conclusion of London Fashion Week, the interior design world is equally abuzz with inspiration from the imaginative shows. Whilst we know the collections shown on the catwalks were for spring/summer 2014, if fashionistas can get a head start on the latest looks why can’t your home? Here is how to let emerging London Fashion Week trends motivate your future home decoration and how some of our best British homeware brands are already showing off some of these key styles.
Our very own Orla Kiely & Mulberry showed us that energetic prints are here to stay next year so why not subtly add new patterns throughout your home with new bed linen or some soft furnishings? A key colour that stood out in both collections was a stunning rich orange which also perfectly fits the current season where we are all looking to warm autumnal tones to keep us toasty in the dropping temperatures.
Another brand that fully understands the importance of prints to draw attention in a room is London based Silken Favours. Creative genius behind the quirky range of cushions Vicki Murdoch turns the cutesy and kitsch into contemporary masterpieces which teams pastels with masculine hues, bringing them to the cutting edge of the design world.
The combination of the feminine & masculine was impossible to escape from at London Fashion week with pink being the most stand-out colour of the four days with Temperley London & House of Holland leading the way. The traditionally soft feminine tone was however given a dramatic edge by blending it with browns, greys & blacks. Pink is already a key colour for autumn 2013 but it is now quickly becoming the top hue for early 2014 too. We love the warm feel that rosy tones blended with wood gives, so why not give this trend a whirl in your home by combining traditional wooden Linley accessories with some bright pink Designers Guild cushions.
How has London Fashion Week inspired you?