14 Fashion-Forward Rooms for Every Design Lover
With three of the "Big 4" fashion weeks now behind us, there's only one week left to round out fashion month. Bonjour, Paris!
As we review the hottest trends we'll see next year, let's dive into these "holy chic!" spaces that merge the best of fashion and interior design.
Fit for a Fashion Queen
Master Salon Fit for a Fashion Queen
This formal sitting room off the master suite features shoes as art and mirrored panels that draw the eye to an eggplant-colored ceiling. An eclectic array of furnishings includes a rounded velvet sofa and a Louis XVI fauteuil with a fun and funky finish.
This luxe sitting room off the master suite features a velvet sofa, mirrored
So En Vogue
Master Bathroom Inspired by 1960s Vogue Cover Offers Ultimate in Feminine Appeal
Inspired by 1960s fashion, designer Tineke Triggs created a luxurious retreat for the woman of the home in the En Vogue Salon at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Designed around artwork that mimics a cover of Vogue magazine from the era, the bathroom features tile meant to mimic the curves of a couture Givenchy gown, a vanity with brass inlay and a crown-like chandelier.
Designed around a 1960's Vogue cover, this ultra-feminine bathroom features tile meant to mimic the curves of a couture Givenchy gown, a vanity with brass inlay and a crown-like chandelier. Be still my heart!
Antique-filled Living Space Featuring a Table Vignette that Includes Antique Louis Vuitton Suitcases
Upon walking into this striking home, guests are greeted with a spectacular table vignette. The ornate table was acquired at an estate sale; vintage Louis Vuitton Suitcases are neatly tucked underneath. Antique items are arranged in orderly fashion along with a beautiful sketch of a french lady; the bronze melon placed on the table opens to reveal an antique inkwell.
Michael Baxter, Baxter Imaging LLC
In designer Christopher Coffin's living room, antique Louis Vuitton suitcases are stacked neatly below a table acquired from the estate of notable skin expert Georgette Klinger.
Inspired by classic fashion icons, this glam living room features a bold blend of black, white, fuchsia and gold.
Dose of Design Inspo
Fashion Collages Give Inspiration to Modern Office
This office space is full of chic inspiration. The modern desks and chairs give the area a clean, professional feeling, while the collages behind the desks are full of some of fashion's all-time greats. This space is the perfect place to provide any aspiring designer the inspiration she needs.
This modern workspace is full of chic inspiration. The colorful collages are full of fashion's most influential names, making this office the perfect place for any aspiring designer.
Diggy's Versace Accessories
AFTER: A fun golden piggy bank sits on Diggy's bedside table. Justine insisted on decking the room out with Versace accessories down to the bedside table knobs, but Rev Run reminded her no amount of Versace would make Diggy stay forever as seen on DIY Network’s Rev Run's Renovation.
In Diggy Simmons' bedroom makeover, mom Justine insisted on having everything decked out in Versace, including the bedside table knobs.
This fashion-inspired bedroom features a metallic textured wall adorned with magazine artwork, giving the room an urban, glam feel.
To juxtapose the masculine upholstery of the bergere chairs with a touch of feminity, flame stitch Missoni women’s wear fabric was used to create graphic throw pillows. Many interior designers suggest shopping at apparel fabric retailers to save money and add touch of high fashion to a room’s decor.
Flame stitch Missoni women's wear fabric was used to create this graphic throw pillow. In fact, many interior designers suggest shopping at apparel fabric retailers to save money and add a touch of high fashion to a room's decor.
A Tailored Touch
To add a more fashionable touch to your men's space, mix large-scale geometrics with plaids and tartans. This classic look will last all year round.
Burnt Orange and Watermelon Pink Furniture Inspired by Yves Saint Laurent Fashion Line
Designer Phillip Silver selected watermelon pink and burnt orange colors that were prevalent in Yves Saint Laurent's 1966 Rive Gauche line for the furnishings in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 living room. The colors add a fun contrast to the view of the backyard and San Francisco Bay beyond.
Eric Perry; Design by Phillip Silver
Designer Phillip Silver selected watermelon pink and burnt orange hues that were prevalent in Yves Saint Laurent's 1966 Rive Gauche line for the furnishings in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 living room.
On Chic Display
Flamboyant Desk For Fashionista
Give them a study area they want to be in. This white desk is accented with bold ornate plum brackets and the color story is carried throughout the room giving this space a fashionable palette and allure. From the white chandelier to the speckled curtains that match the chair and plum stool this space is enhanced with rich flamboyant details sure to inspire studious habits.
This girl's desk area was dressed up with colorful jewelry and scarves to add a fashion-forward touch.
Damask Wall Behind Elegant Black & White Dresser
An elegant, curved black and white dresser sits against bold black and white damask wallpaper. A gilded frame adorns the wall, adding style and sophistication to this lavish space.
Designer books in a coordinating black-and-white color scheme add a high-fashion look to this elegant bedroom.
In this high-end dining room, romantic upholstered chairs surround a Versace dining table with gold Greek key trim.
As Seen on TV
Thanks to her popular fashion lines and starring roles on MTV's reality shows The Hills and Laguna Beach, Lauren Conrad is a recognizable name. Also recognizable is her Hollywood home, which was featured prominently on The Hills. In addition to the three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom main house, the property features a detached guesthouse, where Lauren's friend and costar Audrina Patridge lived for one season of the show.
"There's a lot of great character to the house," says Jana Charalambous of Hilton & Hyland. "You've got the coved ceilings, traditional tiles, molding and wrought iron. It's got a lot of great features from the '20s but with a new world, modern vibe." Gleaming hardwood floors and barreled ceilings complete the home's authentic 1920s look.
Galina Sobolev’s Los Angeles Home
Galina Sobolev’s dress line, Single, has been worn by A-list celebrities like Eva Mendes, Katy Perry and Eva Longoria. Naturally, her Los Angeles home exudes style. “I love luxury for the home,” she says. “I used a lot of natural silks, and my drapes are mostly silk velvet, which I find is soft and very sexy. We have cashmere blankets and Hermes cashmere pillows everywhere.”
The Cedars: Solarium
Sue Wong worked with a team of European artisans to restore the Cedars, a grand estate built in 1921 for MGM director Maurice Tourneur. The spectacular semi-circular Solarium – rumored to have hosted Howard Hughes playing on its grand piano – is surrounded by a border of gilded Ionian columns interspersed with bas relief lions, some of the more than 140 lions found throughout the house. The dark wood and green velvet lounging chairs came from the fabled ocean liner SS Normandie.
The Cedars: Formal Dining Room
A wrought iron and frosted art deco doorway opens up to the formal dining room (decorated in the Spanish 1920s style) with an intricate gilded bas relief ceiling depicting French courtship scenes. Sue custom designed and commissioned the elaborate embroidered and beaded silk shantung drapery that frames the windows.
The Cedars: Moroccan Room
This exotic space is Sue Wong's favorite spot in the home. "The history that permeates these walls sings to me in a powerful and meditational way," she says. A jewel-encrusted carved antique archway completes the rich bohemian and arabesque mood of the room, which reputedly played host to Jimi Hendrix.
The Cedars: Grand Ballroom
The Grand Ballroom is anchored by a dramatic fireplace topped with gilded lions, said to have been installed as an homage to the iconic lion of MGM studios. The room also includes an enormous gilt bronze screen, flanked by 1920s Spanish torchères. The painting in the 1920s mural style by Jayme Odgers was commissioned by Sue Wong to represent the Three Goddesses (Aphrodite, Athena and Artemis).
Hawaii Retreat: Tropical Touches
"My home in Kipahulu serves as my spiritual retreat," Sue says. The property is surrounded by seven acres of gorgeous, manicured, landscaped tropical gardens, featuring a statuary, fruit orchards, kaleidoscopic flowers and banana forests.
Outfitted in Balinese furniture, the living room also boasts a spectacular tropical flower arrangement sourced from the estate’s own gardens.