London And Milan Fashion Week
Join Most Expensive Homes and discover all the latest runway trends from the fall 2019 Fashion Week show in London and Milan.
Originally used for furniture as a way to keep textile trims from unravelling, fringe has a long history in home decor, from Victorian lampshades to hippy 60s curtains. Love it or hate it, it’s a trend that always re-emerges in fashion and decor.
With cool colors and quirky abstract lines when applied to interiors, this decor style can be used to create changes of perspective in a room. Bold geometric patterns with hard angles and a clear preference for symmetry are essential in this refreshing interior style.
One of the biggest trends for this year is romantic floral designs, including motifs of botanical flowers blooming to depictions of gardens. Floral fabrics come in all types of patterns and sizes and look their finest when incorporated in home decor elements such as wallpapers, curtains, pillows or even furniture designs. They come to add a strong yet graceful environment to any home interior. Using patterns inspired by fauna is one of the best ways to bring nature back into your home.
Gold finishes never got out of style and this year are used on the most on-trend furnishings and accessories giving them an unrivalled sense of opulence. As a matter of fact, gold is becoming one of the most sought-after accents in the industry simply because it looks in each and every room of the home!
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