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Home and Style Trends

The worlds of art, fashion and interior design are inextricably linked. It’s no surprise that Karl Lagerfeld is turning his hand to hotel design when it’s next to impossible to separate fashion design from interior design. Yes, the end product is very different but the process is all the same. You’ll also be hard pressed to find a fashionista that doesn't love a good frame wall, stack of coffee table books or artful arrangement of glassware! Basically, if your into fashion you’re into aesthetically pleasing things and this shouldn't stop at your home! We want to show you just how you can work your stylish looks to match your equally stylish interior.

Carla Print: Picture yourself settling down after you’ve cooked up a storm for friends and family – perched on chaise longue your Carla Print Crepe Tunic [1] perfectly compliments the paisley print on the . As the night goes on you can cuddle up into your chenille throw and put the world to rights with friends – don’t forget to show off your paisley printed wallpaper in the downstairs lavatory, new up last weekend.   White Classic White: Head home and slip into your favourite Georgette Shirt and Mid-Rise Cotton Trousers [1] and relax in your crisp yet soft white living room and breathe a deep sigh of relief as the kettle boils for an afternoon cuppa. As you admire your gleeming chandeliers you can blog about your latest purchase – a Crochet-Detail Cardigan [3]. Later on, once you’ve kicked off your heels, you can curl your toes into the soft, sheep-skin rug.  

Geo Geometric: Geometric print may be futuristic in its appearance, but it’s one trend that has survived the wrath of history. The Ancient Greeks and Turks both used bold, geometric patterns as a part of their architectural and interior design, and now the style has once again imprinted itself on wallpaper and furnishings to become part of our modern homes.You’ll hear no end of compliments once you have spied your co-ordinated living accessories with your new printed top [3].

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