5 fashion trends To Bring home From The spring 2017 Runways

runway trends often forecast the styles that show up later in our homes. With the spring/summer 2017 collections wrapping up recently in new York, London, Milan and Paris, we took a closer look at five of fashion month’s most significant trends that can easily be reflected in your space. Click through to get some stylish ideas that will transform your home into one that’s Anna Wintour-approved.

Spring 2017’s bohemian cool girl is as far from the Coachella stereotype as they come; think earthy tones, organic fabrics and an eclectic edge. At Acne, piles of oversized knitwear exudes a sense of comfort.

Photographer: Courtesy of Acne Studios

For the home, take cues from this trend by mixing textiles in different patterns and muted tones. Here, a ticking stripe bench is offset with exotic prints, while a rug hung over a curtain rod makes for a distinct window treatment.

Photographer: Angus Fergusson

Source: house & home March 2011

Designer: ColeDuron interior Design

If there’s one trend that always makes an appearance during fashion month, it’s stripes! This season, designers went bold in bright primary colors that channel a Mondrian-inspired vibe, like at Proenza Schouler.

Photographer: Courtesy of Proenza Schouler

Channel this easy-to-mimic trend by displaying a selection of dynamic wool blankets across your railing for an instant hit of color and pattern that works perfectly in a white space.

Photographer: Virginia Macdonald

Source: house & home October 2012

Designer: Bev Hisey

Pink is the “it” color for spring/summer 2017. While we saw a ton of blush pinks earlier on in the month, deep fuchsias and magentas dominated the runways in Paris.

Photographer: Courtesy of Valentino

For a fresh jolt of energy, mix lighter tones of pinks with electrified ones. Here, a bubblegum pink flat-weave rug plays off the much more vibrant artwork, vase and accent chairs.

Photographer: Donna Griffith

Source: house & Home, December 2014

Designer: Tanya Linton

Splashy florals never die and this season they came in small nostalgic sprigs at Dolce & Gabbana, where they put a ’50s spin on the trend with feminine frills.

Photographer: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

A fresh take on the floral trend, tiny blossoms are a departure from the large-scale moody blooms we’ve seen as of late. In this bathroom, the blue and white small flower-print drapes are not only unexpected, but add a sweet spin to the modern space.

Photographer: Virginia Macdonald

Source: house & home August 2014

Designer: Robin Young

Typically, yellow isn’t the most wearable color. but that didn’t stop designers across all four fashion capitals from creating looks in shades from mustard and marigold to saffron and sunflower.

Photographer: Courtesy of ChanelWhile muted yellow can offer a French country vibe, bright tones like lemon are best left for accessories. In a neutral space like this light-filled kitchen, displaying the sunny color on stools brings energy to its clean design.

Photographer: Janis Nicolay

Source: house & home March 2014

Designer: Lisa Moody

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