7 Ways to Use Your Fave Festival Looks at Home
Because one weekend of flower crowns just isn't enough.
Warm weather, great music and enviable outfits? Must be festival season. Coachella may have come and gone, but there are so many great music festivals still underway. And we thought it was about time to bring those weekend street-style looks home. We rounded up some of the most popular trends this season and translated them into interior design so you can bring the look home.
Nothing says festival quite like an all-around boho look. To get the look at home, try a cool blend of midcentury modern furnishings, Moroccan accents and plenty of texture.
Moroccan Style Guest Living
The guest quarters of the house is an ode to Moroccan styling that is deeply loved by the designer. A play on textures is brought to the max, mixing in an elegant note that brings it all together in it's own unique way.
So, it’s 90 degrees with no shade? Apparently festival goers find that irrelevant as crochet makes yet another comeback. Try crochet in light colors to work the look into the warmer months. At home, we recommend bringing in textured blankets, crocheted wall art and all things ‘70s to get this look.
Coachella 2016 was full of accessories and entire outfits inspired by all things Southwestern. From bolo ties to bandana tops, the trend was going strong. For a subtle take on this look, try using rough textures, hand-woven fabrics and mini planted cacti.
Off-white walls make it easy to transform the mood of the space with accessories and decor. Here, a two-toned dresser, simple floor lamp and woven rug play into the simple Southwestern aesthetic of the room.
Ahh, lace. Always a festival go-to, this look is soft and feminine but still totally bold when paired with denim, suede or leather. To work the look indoors, we recommend mixing it in unexpected ways like this dip-dyed lace curtain that takes the look from predictably delicate to completely cool with just one color. To DIY the look, try your hand at faux lace vases.
No surprise here; fringe is still BIG on the festival circuit. And there’s a good reason for that. It’s retro in a way that celebrates the textural, natural fabrics that are so popular today. From adorable, laid-back bedding to handmade wall tapestries, we think this trend will stick around for a while.
While perfectly mixed prints is still a chic alternative to matchy-matchy interiors, bold, matching outfits a la Taylor Swift have us swooning. Copy the look indoors with an unexpected wallpaper in a bold, graphic print. See more of this exceptionally fun beach house here.
Pineapple Wallpaper, Yellow-and-Black Chairs Make This a Dining Room for Fun
Pineapple print wallpaper and a bold yellow-and-black color scheme ensure dinner conversation never gets too serious in this playful beach house dining room. Oversized basket pendant lights add to the relaxed nature of the home.
Sean Litchfield Photography
Not as harsh as leather and not as laid back as cotton, suede brings a whole different element to fashion, and we’re totally on board. Whether it’s classic and tailored or dripping in fringe, suede has a way of looking effortlessly cool. Try it indoors with suede-covered chairs. Or, if you’re feeling really bold, go for a sexy suede wall.
Modern Dining Room With Brown Suede Wall
Dark brown suede walls contrast with ivory upholstery and a capiz shell chandelier in this eye-catching dining room. The owners' oversized photograph adds to the drama of the space.