PRN: All the Latest Trends on the Catwalk Found in the Home Too, Say Todd Doors
All the Latest Trends on the Catwalk Found in the Home Too, Say Todd Doors
LONDON, July 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
A Pattern Found Between Prints in Fashion and Interior Design
The world of fashion and interior design, should rightly sit side by side. Â Their shared interests - of decorating and transforming object or subject- have mutual interests, influences, inspirations and references. When it comes to the wardrobe and the home, nothing is uniform and one dimensional.
Todd Doors, who supply interior and exterior doors, has established the connection between catwalk fashion trends and their connection to home interiors. Those eclectic creations in design, prints, patterns and colours, can work together to assemble the most stunning room or outfit.
Most recently, Art Deco-inspired glam was at the height of hot fashion. The 20s, Gatsby-infused gowns and embellished dresses, from feathers to beads, glittered and sashayed down the catwalk. In turn, era-heavy geometric- patterned prints were seen on linen and wallpaper along with metallic finishes reminiscent of glossy 20s-era styles.
It works through the trends. The spring obsession with blinding and brilliant colour trickled down to interior design. Pastel and candy pinks, greens, blues and lemon yellows found their way onto internal doors, for a vibrant, kitsch effect.
In-vogue patterns and prints too, found on dresses for spring and summer seasons have been become feature walls for the home. The 50s floral tradition is a popular print and creates a sense of pretty nostalgia on tablecloths and bed linen, from feminine, Victoriana florals, to out-and-loud wild blooms. This is extended to animal print too - upholstery has branched out to include leopard and zebra print.
Textures and accessories aren't to be overlooked either. As the seasons change, so do the fabrics. Warmer, thicker and altogether cosier will be high on the decor agenda for autumn and winter, with brass, frames, velvets and thicker curtains creating a nest-like setting.
Just like the catwalk, the home is a prime platform for showcasing the latest trends.
For more on the home, visit http://www.todddoors.com.