fashionThe worlds of both the fashion industry and interior decorating find themselves colliding as the creative geniuses behind the designs join forces with social media. There was once some lag time from the runway to the interior decorating showrooms. However, as soon as a clothing trend hits the fashion world, bloggers, photographers and designers are spreading the word via Twitter, Facebook and other social media outlets showing that the two have now joined forces and are influencing the other.

Coloring Your World

In previous years, consumers were letting some of the most popular interior decorating catalogs influence their style and made beige the hottest color for walls and adornments. Most people would never dress this bland, and they wouldn’t do this to their walls or home furnishings. Today’s fashion designers are showing homeowners that they can use the same personality to decorate their home as they would in the clothes they wear.

Choosing color, patterns and bright prints are ideal for your walls and throw pillows in addition to your coat and scarf. Lemon sorbet was a favorite color among designers over the past few years, and they chose to recreate parkas, sweaters, jackets and even wedding dresses in the same color. A few months later, lemon sorbet became the favorite color for homeowners to dress their walls and accent pieces. Emerald green is now the favorite color of the year and can be used as a baseline for both fashion and home decorating ideas. Instead of allowing emerald green to take over your look, you can incorporate subtle hints from a vase or pillow to a fashionable scarf or handbag.

Personalizing Your Artwork

When it comes to artwork, the fashion industry has a dominant influence in the prints and sculptures that you choose to adorn your walls. Matching your home to suit your lifestyle and style of your dwelling has always been the mantra believed by many interior decorators in the past. However, if you enjoy wearing bright colors and floral prints are your preference, you need to find pieces of artwork that can showcase your personality. If your favorite colors tend to be dark and rich hued, perhaps black art prints would be your choice home accessory. Expressing your individuality can be as simple as finding wall hangings with colors that are reflected in your life.

Patterns, Prints, Florals and Denim

As the economy bounces back, people are feeling better and want to express their happiness. Many are tired of living with colorless walls and fortunately the spring, summer and fall collections are reflecting their buoyant moods. Designers are creating new floral prints, denims, stripes and checkers in both their clothing lines and home décor trends. Animal prints are also everywhere and can be found from dresses and purses to stylish rugs and furniture. Fall fashion shows typically center their pieces around beige, black and greys. However, designers are going to stay with vibrant colors throughout the entire year.

The fashion and decorating industry are no longer two individual worlds. If you feel passionate about the latest fashion trends to hit the runway, you need to reflect these decorating styles throughout your home by way of color, patterns and prints.

Nadine Swayne loves color in both her fashions and home decor and is inspired to compose this article. Today, interior style jumps off the runway and seamlessly into consumers homes. The world of home decor allows you to go wild with many choices. Whether you chose to go very colorful with rugs or dress your walls with black art prints, the reflections of fashion will give you trends for the home that will let your inner decorator shine.

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The worlds of both the fashion industry and interior decorating find themselves colliding as the creative geniuses behind the designs join forces with social media. There was once some lag time from the runway to the interior decorating showrooms. However, as soon as a clothing trend hits the fashion...