How to Use Fall’s Top Runway Trends to Decorate Your Home

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How to Use Fall’s Top Runway Trends to Decorate Your Home
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While personal style is usually synonymous with what you wear, it also has its place in your home. Runway trends in particular can carry way beyond the closet and give your living space a modern boost.

This season debuted multiple motifs that’ll look at home in your home, from ‘70s fringe and suede to modern Victoriana. Here, we highlight five fall runway trends, and offer affordable suggestions on how to translate it to home decor.

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Brocade
This pattern already takes inspiration from home design, so it’ll fit right into your living room. To keep the pattern from looking too old-timey, try its runway update featuring high sheen and saturated colors.

From left: Alberta Ferretti, Erdem, Mary Katrantzou

Graham & Brown Majestic Hot Pink Removable Wallpaper, $38, at Graham & Brown

DENY Designs Belle 13 Royal Damask Pattern Wall Clock, $74, at All Modern

Fabricasia Moroccan Purple Damask Pillow Cover, $19, at Etsy

Fringe
Thanks to a major ‘70s resurgence, fringe appeared on countless accessories and apparel. Its best qualities—texture, movement, and just plain ‘ol fun—make it a welcome addition to your home.

From left: Burberry Prorsum, Rebecca Minkoff, BCBG Max Azria

Nate Berkus Fringe Lamp Shade, $20.98, at Target

Bliss Home & Design Tobias Throw, $75, at Bliss Home and Design

Macys 4 Fringed Napkins, $16, macys.com

Plaid
Take a cue from fall collections’ fresh, darker take on tartan with pillows, throws, and decorative accents.

From left: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Moncler Gamme Rouge, Alexander Wang

Rawlins Plaid Rug, $60, potterybarn.com

Layla Grace Bespoke Glen Plaid Book Set of 5, $196, laylagrace.com

Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. Grandad Plaid Throw Pillow, $56, schoolhouseelectric.com

Suede
Keeping in line with the ‘70s trend, several designers favored suede in their collections. Its soft, touchable surface makes the fabric a winner for furniture and home accessories.

From left: Anna Sui, Zimmermann, Derek Lam

Safavieh Aubina Ottoman, $195, bluefly.com

Wrapables Faux Suede Photo Frame Set, $15, amazon.com

Belair Lighting Suede Cloth Table Lamp, $17, walmart.com

Velvet
This versatile fabric took over the runway in multiple forms: separates, dresses jumpsuits, and even shoes. Velvet’s cozy quality makes it ideal for Fall while its rich look instantly creates luxury in any room.

From left: Emilio Pucci, Christopher Kane, Topshop Unique

SF Designs Velvet Swoop Armchair, $169, gilt.com

Urban Outfitters Magical Thinking Fade-Out Velvet Pillow, $25, urbanoutfitters.com

West Elm Velvet Upholstered Wall Mirror, $279, westelm.com

Victorian
Ruffles, high-neck collars and black lace on the runway harkened back to the 19th century. The trend is elegant and gloomy at once, and best in small doses to avoid your bedroom from looking like it belongs in the Addams’ family home.
From left: Rodarte, Alexander McQueen, Roberto Cavalli

Wedding Filigree Cut Table Placemats, $23, target.com

Fringe Studio Heather Lace Vase, $29, houzz.com

BootsNGus White Lace Chandelier, $70, etsy.com

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