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10 home decor trends inspired by the runways

When fashion meets interior design

10 home decor trends inspired by the runways When fashion meets interior design
Rick Owens - @emilisindlev
Miu Miu - Pinterest
@deer-home
@skims
@skims
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Alyx FW21 - @vikyandthekid
Chloé FW21 -Dillon armchair
Christian Siriano - @curated_spaces
Raf Simons - @3falke
Kenzo FW21 - Ton sur ton checkered dining chair by @lexpott
Red Valentino FW21 - Pinterest
Arthur Arbesser FW21 - Pinterest
@leiasfez
@linneklund
@linneklund
@ninasandbech
@ninasandbech
@ninasandbech
@ninasandbech
Marques Almeida FW21 - Pinterest
Prada FW21 -Pinterest
MSMG FW21 - Pinterest
Supriya Lele FW21 - Pinterest
Dsquared2 FW21 - Pinterest
Blumarine FW21 - Pinterest
@noarazer
Mono by Jeong Greem
Undercover FW21 - Louis Poulsen Panthella by Verner Panton
Marc Jacobs FW21 - Panton chair by Verner Panton
@estellechemouny
Louis Vuitton FW21 - Anissa Kermiche Vase
@lifeofboheme
@lifeofboheme
@bubbluaquarius
@bubbluaquarius
@beabongiasca
@maria-bernad
@hmhome
@hmhome
@monikh
@monikh
@monikh
@monikh
@camillecharriere
@camillecharriere
@stephaniebroek
@stephaniebroek
@stephaniebroek
@gingertooandtwine
@gingertooandtwine
@gingertooandtwine
@applescinnamoon
@cottage-ville
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@prettylittlefawn
@prettylittlefawn
@valentevivian
@lisadengler
@lisadengler
@lisadengler
Dion Lee FW21 - Eames Wire Chair
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Burberry FW21 - Pinterest
Burberry FW21 - Pinterest
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@schiaparelli
Sportmax FW21 - Pinterest
Valentino FW21 - Emu Yard Chair
Max Mara FW21 - Pinterest
Alberta Ferretti FW21 - Pinterest
Lemaire FW21 - Pinterest
@stephaniebroek
Eudon Choi FW21 - Pinterest
Etro FW21 - Pinterest
Max Mara FW21 - Pinterest
@sophiemlceramica

Fashion influences not only the way we dress, but also the interior design of our houses. Every season our wardrobe changes and is enriched with new pieces, often dictated by the trends seen on the catwalk. Increasingly, this is also happening in our homes. Whether it's the color of the walls, small objects like vases and candles or a sofa, it doesn't matter. That change can give a twist to a room, highlight that old armchair where the cat sleeps or make smart working more enjoyable. So, if, in anticipation of autumn and winter, you want to give a new look to your living room or bedroom, why not take inspiration from the FW21 collections?

G-Club has selected 10 home decor trends that come from the runways and are perfect and easy to try: from quilted fabrics to checkboard patterns, from bouclé to cabincore style.

 

Matelassè & Cocooning

Raf Simons - @3falke
Miu Miu - Pinterest
Rick Owens - @emilisindlev

From Raf Simons to Miu Miu, from Max Mara to Dior, matelassé fabrics and quilting with cocooning effects are making a comeback on the FW21 catwalks, a trend that is also invading the homes of fashion influencers such as Pernille Teisbaek or model Elsa Hosk. Peeking through their Instagram profiles we discover that among the must-have furnishings there are the Puffy armchair by Faye Toogood, the Camaleonda bubble sofa by Mario Bellini and a series of pieces from the 70s: the Terazza lounge designed by Ubald Klug (which recalls Rick Owens fall-winter collection), the Lounge chair by Jean Dudon and the Tucroma by Guido Faleschini.

Pinterest

 

Bouclé

Alyx FW21 - @vikyandthekid
Chloé FW21 -Dillon armchair
Christian Siriano - @curated_spaces

With the arrival of cold weather, of long, gloomy afternoons, the desire to wear soft, warm and enveloping materials rises, embracing us like a cuddle while we sip a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Perfect to evoke this mood is the bouclé that, thanks to its particular texture, has recently become a fabric increasingly popular for both outerwear and upholstery. If you want to feel the warmth and comfort of bouclé, add to your wishing list the Bespoke Womb Chair by Eero Saarinen, the Fried Egg chair by Warm Nordic, Chloé new coat or Skims loungewear.

@skims
@skims
@deer-home

 

Cut-out

Dion Lee FW21 - Eames Wire Chair
Valentino FW21 - Emu Yard Chair

From little windows that popped out on tight dresses and tops, leaving a glimpse of bare skin, cut-out details are becoming more and more like real net weaves, a game of solids that we find not only in the collections of MSMG, Dion Lee and Valentino, but also in interior design: from rattan furniture, essential in the Japandi style, to more modern pieces such as the Wassily chair by Marcel Breuer or the Jarpen Wire Lounge Chair created by Niels Gammelgaard for Ikea in 1983.

@camillecharriere
@bubbluaquarius
@lifeofboheme
@stephaniebroek

 

Curved lines and rounded silhouettes

Undercover FW21 - Louis Poulsen Panthella by Verner Panton
Louis Vuitton FW21 - Anissa Kermiche Vase
Marc Jacobs FW21 - Panton chair by Verner Panton

Bea Bongiasca's jewels, Lex Pott's twisted candles, mushroom lamps, the famous Ultrafragola mirror by Ettore Sottsass, Gustaf Westman's pieces, Anissa Kermiche's ceramic vases, Yabu Pushelberg's Pukka collection,...curved lines and rounded shapes are the key players of 2021 and, looking at Undercover or Marc Jacobs' autumn-winter creations, they will remain so for several months to come. Vibrant colors such as yellow, orange, green, hot pink and purple make these sinuous silhouettes even more incisive; but the trend also works perfectly with neutral shades, as demonstrated by Frank Gehry's iconic Wiggle side chair.

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@estellechemouny
@noarazer
Mono by Jeong Greem
@beabongiasca

 

New neutrals

Alberta Ferretti FW21 - Pinterest
Max Mara FW21 - Pinterest
Lemaire FW21 - Pinterest

One of the new and of the most sought-after interior design in 2021 is the japandi style which combines Japanese and Nordic aesthetics. Whether you decide to follow it perfectly or only in part, the clean, linear, eco-friendly design items, the interiors dominated by rooms full of natural light and neutral tones are perfect to find peace and relaxation in our homes.

@hmhome
@hmhome
@monikh
@monikh
@monikh
@monikh
@camillecharriere
@stephaniebroek
@stephaniebroek
@stephaniebroek

 

Y2K

Supriya Lele FW21 - Pinterest
Dsquared2 FW21 - Pinterest
Blumarine FW21 - Pinterest

Thanks to Bella Hadid who is Miss Sixty's brand ambassador and Dua Lipa who is wearing outfits that seem to have been stolen from the closets of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, the nostalgia for the style born at the end of the 90s and which lasted throughout the early 2000s is sky-high. In fashion, this mood results in low-waisted jeans, baggy pants, butterfly tops and asymmetrical garments. In interior design, on the other hand, the Y2K aesthetic is made up of walls covered in posters, beaded curtains, furry rugs, pop-shaped landline phones and candles, bright colors, heart-shaped mirrors and all the little things a teenager born before Instagram would have loved.

@maria-bernad

 

Checkboard

Arthur Arbesser FW21 - Pinterest
Red Valentino FW21 - Pinterest
Kenzo FW21 - Ton sur ton checkered dining chair by @lexpott

For many, the renewed popularity of paintings and checkerboard pattern is an effect of The Queen's Gambit that, from the TV series, is invading fashion and interior design. The best option to marry this trend is to include it in small doses, trying not only the classic black-white, but also brighter combos such as white-red, white-blue or white-green. Add to your shopping list the Checkboard rug by Benisouk, the ceramics by Sofia de Moser Leitão or the Quaderna console by Zanotta.

@leiasfez
@linneklund
@linneklund
@sophiemlceramica

 

Vibrant colors

Prada FW21 -Pinterest
MSMG FW21 - Pinterest
Marques Almeida FW21 - Pinterest

The colors of FW21 are vibrant, bright, an injection of positivity to drive away the long period of crisis that has characterized the last two years and the gray of the coming cold months. Red, orange, fuchsia, yellow, green and a lot of lilac dye not only the clothes proposed by Raf Simons, Prada, Versace and many other brands, but also our apartments. From sofas to mirrors, from bedroom fabrics to walls, from lamps to candles, the secret is to mix nuances as if they were a rainbow. 

@ninasandbech
@ninasandbech
@ninasandbech
@ninasandbech

 

Cabincore

Max Mara FW21 - Pinterest
Etro FW21 - Pinterest
Eudon Choi FW21 - Pinterest

For a long time, minimalist aesthetics have dominated the world of interiors, but now the biggest inspiration comes from the desire to recreate a comfortable, cozy, warm space in which to rediscover the beauty of nature and small things like cooking or gardening. Take a pinch of romance, hipster mood, bouquets of wildflowers, homemade cakes, floral wallpaper, wooden furniture, plaid checks, pottery in the shape of mushroom, pumpkin or squirrel, mix them with the novels of the Brontë sisters, tricot sweaters, mountain cabins and you have the winter evolution of the cottagecore, that is the cabincore.

@applescinnamoon
@gingertooandtwine
@gingertooandtwine
@gingertooandtwine
@cottage-ville
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@mrsostrovia
@prettylittlefawn
@prettylittlefawn
@valentevivian
@lisadengler
@lisadengler
@lisadengler
@bubbluaquarius

 

A touch of gold and silver

Burberry FW21 - Pinterest
Sportmax FW21 - Pinterest
Burberry FW21 - Pinterest

Sometimes all it takes to give a twist to a look or a room is a little metallic touch of gold or silver. It doesn't matter if you decide to match it with a bright, pastel or neutral color, it works with everything, especially black. If maximalism isn't your thing, try incorporating it in small doses with kitchen stools, a lamp like the Arco Lamp designed in 1962 by Achille Castiglioni or the Mirror Ball by Tom Dixon, or choosing a golden bathtub for the bathroom like Kendall Jenner did in her new home.

@lifeofboheme
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@schiaparelli
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