Fashion and interior design have a lot in common, which should come as no surprise. They can adopt a variety of methods based on art, beauty, and aesthetics: one that makes a statement, one that emits a more classic vibe, or even one that presents something completely new to the audience.

Interior design, like the clothes we wear on our bodies, is a very personal thing. It might fluctuate with the times and trends, or it can become a standard that accompanies a person from one house to the next.

We’ve seen this influence trickle down from the high-fashion industry to department stores and beyond time and time again. Famous events, such as the infamous New York Fashion Week and the glitzy Met Gala, set the tone for what’s to come in consumer fashion and interior design.

Continue reading to learn about some of the major intersections between fashion and luxury home interior design.

Classics will always be classics

There are certain interior design “classics” that will never go out of style, just as the little black dress will never go out of style.

Interior design ideas that are timeless include:

  • Crown molding (always “in” and can increase your home’s market value)
  • In bedrooms and bathrooms, use neutral, relaxing paint hues like soothing grays and soft blues.
  • Combining formal and informal
  • Full-length window curtains in a luxurious style
  • Kitchens in white (and otherwise streamlined cabinetry and fixtures)
  • Carrara marble is a timeless classic that may be used in bathrooms to create a distinctive design.

Making a Proposition

On the other hand, you can use your interior design style to make a statement and stand out!

The following are some suggestions:

  • Styles and patterns can be mixed and matched.
  • Color combinations that stand out, such as black and white.
  • In general, colour! When it comes to colour in your interior design, don’t be scared to have fun with it.
  • Statement artwork or a focal point, such as a stunning chandelier, a one-of-a-kind console, or bright wallpaper.

Changing it up

“Street style” in the fashion world refers to the mixing and matching of styles rather than focusing solely on current trends. You may do something similar in your home by mixing styles to create a look that reflects your personality.

The runways are frequently lined with unique patterns, and you may do the same with your interior design style. A gorgeously wallpapered accent wall or the ideal patterned area rug are just a few ways to tie a room together. Choose to complement hues that you enjoy, and don’t be afraid to make a dramatic statement with your choices.

Other interior design ideas that can be mixed and matched include:

  • Fabrics, such as a plush velvet sofa with textured throw cushions, create a warm yet opulent atmosphere.
  • A vintage dining table and transitional dining chairs are paired with modern and contemporary brass fittings.

Fashion in Your Home

Fashion and interior design are also linked by the tendency of designers to branch out into home decor, linens, and even furniture. It’s a show-stopping way to bring the best of the fashion industry into your kitchen and living room interior design, from Kate Spade kitchenware to Gucci furniture. Many of these brands have separate “Home” verticals on their websites where you can buy, and you can see how their colour palettes and pattern selections cross over into many of the items.