5 Gorgeous Home Decor Looks Inspired by Street Style Stars

5 Gorgeous Home Decor Looks Inspired by Street Style Stars
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When it comes to street style, no amount is too much. We’ve raved about the 50 best outfits of 2015, the best ways to wear fur, and shots that will give you some serious bag envy, but in that crazy world of texture, color, and well, awesome footwear, we saw some not-so-obvious inspiration.

Since 2015 was the year that normcore was thankfully put to bed, influencers, editors, and It-girls came out in full force rocking things like leather fringe, emerald-green satin, and even some ’70s-inspired overalls. All were gorgeous, and all can serve as inspiration for decorating your home.

Yes, that fringe looks great on Eva Chen, but you know where else it would be awesome? On a leather throw pillow, on your sofa!

So, without further ado, we’ve rounded up five looks inspired by some of our favorite street style stars.

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PR rep-turned influencer and fashion blogger Linda Tol knows a thing or three about color and proportions, and of course, a little androgyny.

Photo: Vincenzo Grillo

And so a bedroom inspired by Tol would be every bit as androgynous and awesome.

Photo: Homepolish

Antwerp-based TV presenter and blogger Elke Sockeel has mastered the menswear-meets-sweet look.

Photo: Getty Images

To match, a bedroom with plenty of rugged plaid and girly accents.

Photo: Francis Amiand

Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad wore this look at Paris Fashion Week this year. It was one part '70s throwback, one part cool girl, and all parts cozy.

Photo: Timur Emek

Add a thick-knit throw to this chair, and you've got the perfect nesting spot for a cold, cozy day.

Photo: Stijlbloem

Eva Chen, Instagram's head of fashion partnerships, isn't afraid of a little (or a lot) of fringe.

Photo: WENN

Leather keeps this naughty-but-nice throw pillow from being too over the top.

Pinyon Leather Fringe Throw Pillow, $495; at Ralph Lauren

The one and only Anna Dello Russo is never shy about her fashion choices.


And so a room inspired by the editor-at-large of "Vogue Japan" should be every bit as bold.

Photo: Design Love Fest

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