Interior Design Tips: Be Inspired By The Fringe Moodboard ⇒ The fringe design trend is one of the biggest for this spring. While this trend is more regularly used in the fashion world, many interior designers resort to fringing because it adds a unique touch to home interiors. Today CovetED explores a unique design moodboard created by Trendbook – a forecaster of trends that seeks to offer visual storytelling and innovative design – that is based on the colour black, so come on this journey with us and discover new interior design tips through opulent spaces and products.
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Originally used for furniture as a way to keep textile trims from unravelling, fringe has a long history in home decor, from Victorian lampshades to hippy 60s curtains. Love it or hate it, it’s a trend that always re-emerges in fashion and decor.
Alice suspension lamp by Homes’Society
For many, this design trend can be a bit over the top and especially old-fashioned, however, nowadays, others actually see it as a fabulous way to add beautiful accents to a modern interior design while also adding a flair of Art Deco. The fringe trend is light and fun, young and glamorous, and it certainly offers a splendorous touch to one’s interiors.
Amami collection by Moooi
Apollo Mirror by Ben & Aja Blanc
Skyscraper floor lamp by Homes’Society
It is especially used in throw pillows, lampshades or even upholstery and it can come in various forms, from bell-like tassels to boho leather threads. The luxurious use of seductive materials, like fringes, adds a monumental appearance to the objects, functions as a dynamic tool, adds an unexpected quality and gives a sophisticated class to the product. One thing is certain the Fringe trend will never really out of style.
Velvet chair with metallic fringe by Kelly Hoppen
Nº 1 Cushion by Homes’Society
“Fringe is one of the easiest ways to take a simple lampshade, pillow, whatever it is, and make it uniquely your own,” he says. Recently he’s seen it in the usual places, like on couches, curtains, and pillows. But he’s also seen it on desks, the seats of chairs, and even a staircase. People are using it in new and different ways, wanting to make a statement,” statement by the renowned interior designer, Timothy Corrigan.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson Ceiling Lamp, 1960s
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