Get inspired by the interiors of some fashion designers. As they do in their designs, they take risks that quickly become what you want in your life. So as much as you see yourself in their fashions, try on their interiors – the opulent, the eclectic, the classic, comfortable and feminine.
No doubt that we often look to runway fashion to determine our next design moves. We look to some of fashion’s biggest names for inspiration beyond what to wear to the next cocktail party… now you can make your “fashion house” with this home decor ideas!
Doors To Perfection with Christian Louboutin
Christian Louboutin answers the question “what’s on the other side of that door” – greatness! His home features decadent etched wooden doors with a rich patina that give way to a light-flooded dining space that is anything but traditional, for sure a home decor inspiration!
Window Shopping with Zuhair Murad
Take a peek into what living in Zuhair Murad’s world. Though, not his home, but a showroom, this reaches interior design perfection as he brings in creamy renditions of white to mix with marble tabletops with golden detail.
Ellie Saab has the power to recreate how we view a living space. By using rich, lived in black leather, Saab creates a living room with an edge, but true to his style, he softens it.
Who knows style better than a fashion editor? Giovanna Battaglia editor for Japanese Vogue proves that interior decoration, much like fashion, is all about finding what fits you best. She’s created a space above the stairs that stands out and commands attention, the provoking Christian-Pontus Andersson porcelain sculpture.
Softer Styling with Erin Fetherston
Transformation often defines the fashion world. Beloved designer, Erin Fetherston updated things from the look we all fell in love with years ago to reveal a more bright and crisp aesthetic. Texture is key too with mohair detail joining up with linen.
Marc’s The Spot by Marc Jacobs
An impeccably designed home of Marc Jacobs, taking neutrals to the next level, this vignette allows you to peek into the genius that makes up the entire space where objects are bold and imaginative, color comes through when called upon and the feel remains warm and comfortable but premium.
Fashion Plate with Clare Waight Keller
Chloe’s Creative Director, Clare Waight Keller, doesn’t falter when it comes to style. So you’d expect nothing but excellence from her Paris apartment. Decadent details all along the walls mix with contemporary art and object abound. Taking on natural light, Clare looks to taupes, tans, black, texture and natural fibers to add balance.
The Classics with Carla Fendi
So naturally, Carla Fendi’s apartment is Rome, what dreams are made of, where stately Italian painting grace the walls of a bedroom that’s humble in size, but massive in style. A 19th Century French chandelier spills from an exposed beam ceiling lighting up the scene of an Art Deco bed frame.
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