There is no doubt, fashion has to be one of the major forms of inspiration for interior design. The best thing about following fashion trends is that they’re very temporary, so you don’t have to re-design a whole area but instead just carefully add a little here an there to get the feel of what your’re trying to convey. It could be as easy as painting a portion of your wall, adding a few pillows, or changing your rug!¬†We picked our three favorite trends of this Spring to pull some ideas for those of us who want to add a bit of NOW to our homes.

Graphic B&W

 

elie_saab_sping-2013

Designer – Elie Saab

black-and-white-geometric

Black and white with a hint of geometric.

 

 

marc-jacobs-spring-2013

Designer – Marc Jacobs

black-and-white-stripes

A daring mix of b&w patterns.

 

 

narciso-rodriguez-spring-2013

Designer – Narciso Rodriguez

black-and-white-bold

A bolder and less intricate approach.

 

Modern Floral

 

chanel-spring-2013

Designer – Chanel

modern-Living-room-floral

Dark base with delicate floral details.

Dries-van-noten-spring-2013

Designer – Dries Van Noten

yellow-and-grey-floral

Layered, grey and yellow floral.

 

 

valentino-fashion-spring-2013

Designer – Valentino

floral-print

Red floral surfaces.

Sweet & Soft

 

elie-saab-spring-2013

Designer – Elie Saab

blue-interior-design

Utilitarian, with shades of pool blue.

 

 

emporio-armani-spring-2013

Designer – Emporio Armani

modern-bedroom

Faded pastel neutral in a structured form.

 

 

J.Mendel-Spring-2013

Designer – J. Mendel

pastels-interior-design

Warm hues with a light and airy look.