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NYFW Spring 2016 Trend-Inspired Home Decor

NYFW doesn’t just set the tone for you wardrobe, it’s the jumping off point for getting your entire life. Ideas for hair, make-up, fashion—both to be worn and seen—are hitting the runways first. Here are some NYFW trend-inspired home decor and accessories you’ll want to retreive just in before the blooms blossom.

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Bring out the blooms and bright colors! Spring 2016 trend inspirations are all about mixing it up with texture, prints and a hint of happy hues. From the runway to your doorway, and beyond, here are a few 2016 NYFW  fashion-forward trends to try incorporating into your home for the upcoming season.

Long live florals  


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Printed linens

Prints are everywhere once spring arrives. It was just a matter of time before they found their way under our covers. This trend is fun and flirty, and definitely one to try. Like this Verdant sheet set from Anthropologie, for example.

70s-inspired with a twist 

Suede, orange and lots of vertical, and some not so vertical, lines. Create a 70’s vortex in your home with atriums, geometric shapes and earth tones and lots of metal. 70’s design was all about becoming one with nature so, tap into that and into bohemian chic.

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Silk

Nothing says sexy like keeping cool while under heat. Silk and poplin robes are in style according to Givenchy and Public School. For silk pillows and luxe home accessories, check out Lost & Found.

Curated culture 

Add a splash of Spanish influence in your space with bold red hues, dark woods or wrought iron for a rustic look. These can be found on the runway and can be a great way to create a narrative throughout your home.

Weave in marbled knits

Because it can get drafty in the spring and we all like something light and cozy.

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What do you think of these home trends? 

Can you see incorporating them into your home this Spring? 

Photo Credits: Elle.comHouzz, HouzzLenny Kravitz x CB2Studio Guil Herme Torres,  H&M Home,  Dot & Bo

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