But, of course, it’s not just luxury manufacturers; there’s a growing trend for furnishing homes in the same sorts of designs and materials that you might wear out, with businesses offering everything from chairs made in custom fabrics to pop-art themed wardrobes, and much more.
Here we take a look at how the worlds of furniture and fashion have merged, and examine some of the amazing ways that homeowners are decorating their properties.
And this comes right through to modern times too. Just think about how generational preference for ‘millennial pink’ has become a trend both on the catwalk and in the home. So perhaps it should be no surprise that fashion and furniture should be enjoying a much closer link.
It would be no surprise to see other big brand names launch into this potentially lucrative market or even high-end fashion designers offering some sort of interior design service utilising their own products.
The rise of maximalism
Floral patterns and Christian Lacroix-style creations can make a room feel more upbeat and happier. With furniture designers taking inspiration from fashionistas, properties can take on a very different aesthetic from the rather cool, reserved looks that have popular in homes from many years.
Just like in the world of fashion, interior design offers endless variety. And with furniture available at more affordable prices thanks to advances in production, it is not necessarily as expensive to completely re-furnish a property as it once was. This allows people to commit to stylish, fashionable looks in their property without worrying about what happens when the inevitable happens and that trend will pass.