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How fabulous was the fashion at last night’s Golden Globes?! I wanted to share a few of my favorite looks and how they can be translated into fashion forward interior design.
Just like both of these red carpet looks, there is nothing more classic than a romantic bedroom with soft surroundings and a femininely warm color palette (think colors of a sunset).
2. Color Blocking
This look is best achieved with a sharp color contrast. However, the application can be much more subtle than painting stripes on your wall. For example, use throw pillows for an unexpected pop of color on your sofa or bed.
3. Black & White
A classic combination that never goes out of style! This can literally work in every room in your house.
4. Hollywood Glamour
Just like both of these red carpet looks, Hollywood Glamour decor is bold and demands attention. Classic, but ornate; dramatic, but controlled. No one does this better than famed interior designer Mary McDonald.
My favorite look of the night was Olivia Wilde (without a doubt)! In case you are wondering, that is EXACTLY how I look when I am pregnant.
On the heels of The Year of Emerald Green, Jade is like the sophisticated older sister: deeper and sexier. I especially love jade accents and upholstery pieces.
My second favorite look of the night. This dramatic look works because of the clean lines and subtle accessories. Well done!
Likewise, to achieve drama in your home think of highlighting a single piece rather than taking a dramatic approach to an entire room. If you go with a dramatic wall color, stick to furniture with clean lines.