5 Red Carpet Fashion Trends to Try in Your Home
Here’s what’s trending in home decor—brought to you by the most popular styles on the red carpet
One of the best spots to forecast fashion trends is the red carpet, but did you know that these showstopping looks can also translate into your home? Real Simple chatted with Nancy Fire, Founder and Creative Director of Design Works International, about the top trends worn by the stars on the 2017 Emmy’s red carpet and how to incorporate them in your home. Below, five trends to bring into your home (and wardrobe) to make for some star-studded rooms.
Who said layers are just for sweaters in the fall? Take note from Mandy Moore’s layered tulle red carpet look by paying the same attention to detail in your home. If you want to keep things less cluttered, focus on a single item with multiple layers, like this LC Lauren Conrad ruffled shower curtain to play up texture.
To buy: $35; kohls.com.
There’s something magical about holographic items, whether it’s accented on a clutch or a side table. The rainbow trend is here to stay thanks to the breathtaking way it mimics the colors surrounding it. Try incorporating multi-colored silverware on your tabletop like this set from Urban Outfitters for a fun, yet sophisticated touch to your table.
To buy: $69; urbanoutfitters.com.
Playful and young, feathered fringe is the ultimate way to liven up any space. On the red carpet, Keri Russell wore a monochromatic feathered J. Mendel gown to give an update to the traditional flapper look. Not sure how to add the trend to your home? This Anthropologie light fixture subtly features the feathered look by incorporating a chic, ombré layered effect.
To buy: $448, anthropologie.com.
Red, Green, and Ombré Hues
There are a trio of colors taking the design world by storm. Nicole Kidman wore a statement-making red, Shailene Woodley opted for a luxurious forest green, and Zoe Kravitz went bold with a rainbow-colored ombré dress at the Emmys. There are a limitless number of ways to test out these trends at home, but this green sofa from West Elm evokes warmth for fall perfectly.
To buy: $1,499; westelm.com.