Runway to Room – Catwalk Trends to Interior Chelsea Kemp May 20, 2016 MESSFashion, News, Trends When redecorating we all look for inspiration or even the next big decor trend and a lot of the time we even look at other peoples homes to show us what we like or even really dislike but why didn’t it ever occur to us to take inspiration from the clothes we like? You could always go rummaging through your wardrobe for your favourite dress because it has that colour you love but although we all adore an old classic, this summer it’s all about being out with old and in with the new (not literally). Consider using the current or upcoming catwalk trends to inspire how you decorate whether it be the prints, trims or accessories – they’ll be something that catches your eye and gives your room that luxury vibe. Here are five catwalk trends that can inspire your home interior… The first up is Rodatre Spring/Summer 2016 which included beautiful pinks, teals, lilacs and whites. Lace emerges a lot throughout and some outfits are assisted with a shaggy fur coat, others are detailed with delicate embroidery and appliqué – for your home, you could be inspired by the ‘classic romantic’ vibe this collection gives off. Looking at light lace print wallpaper such as Borastapeter – A Vintage Book on the Wallpaper Webstore or Sheer Golden Champagne Curtains on Home Lava, you’ll soon have that be feeling like a new romantic. Rodarte Spring/Summer 2016 Collection. Credit to photographers and designers. Up at number two is the Spring/Summer 2016 Collection by Chloe which is all about those bold and bright colour schemes – these are shown off through vertical rainbow styled printed maxi dresses and that’s exactly what this decor inspiration is from. Staying away from those minimal and clean colours and jump right in with the vibrant – keep your home stylish and colourful with this large rainbow striped rug on GLTC or a large abstract rainbow painting to be the centre focus of a white wall such as Etsy. You won’t need anyone to light up your room as it will do that itself already. Chloe Spring/Summer 2016 Collection. Credit to photographers and designers. Number three is from the Fendi Fall/Winter 16-17 and the focus is on a gold shimmery tones with multicoloured floral embellishments, these colours will make the room feel warm and regal. Keeping it minimal with the odd statement botanical piece and bringing in those hints of shimmer can make a room feel grand – Similar to the tones of the skirt below you can find this foil texture wallpaper from B&Q or take inspiration from the embroidered floral detailing and spruce up your bed with an embroidered throw from Glasswells. Who needs summer outside when it’s already inside? Fendi Fall/Winter 16-17 Collection. Credit to photographers and designers. For number four, Vetements Fall/Winter 16-17 keeps it lumberjack chic with bold prints and oversized garments; this kind of collection will inspire the edgy. Tartan is a favourite for Fall fashion and it shouldn’t stop just there, it should be a favourite for the home as well, this throw from Homescapes will add that rural/country feel and you can accessorise the room with sharp velvet cushions from Wayfair – think country cottage crossed with a log cabin and you’ll be able to escape in the comfort of your own home. Vetements Fall/Winter 16-17 Collection. Credit to photographers and designers. Finally for the fifth, the show-stopping Gucci Spring 2016. Gucci collections always have those quirky yet extravagant pieces and the focus is on the teal all over printed formal jumpsuit. Sticking with the quirky yet luxurious feel, strong statement decor will be the go-to pieces to keep within this Gucci trend. Sticking with scatter cushions, these from Wayfair collect both colours from the jumpsuit and combine them in a fun yet simple style. Adding glamour to the windows with these Campania Lined Eyelet Curtains from Terrys Fabrics, the whole room will start to mesh together with a fun yet expensive style – very Gucci, indeed. Gucci Spring/Summer 16 Collection. Credit to photographers and designers. Any collection can be an inspiration and what better way to revamp your home than to take your favourite designers ideas and combine them with your own? Who needs a decor trend when you’ve got fashion.