Fringing is the retro look that’s back with a bang.
The Autumn/Winter 18 catwalks were awash with fabulous tassel designs that swung and swayed their way down the catwalks. The embellished looks is also proving popular with interiors, with the trend making its way onto cushions and curtains, mirrors and lamps.
Swooshing into the home, fringing is big news for the season’s hottest homeware.With fringe-factor top of the design agenda,designers are turning to tassels and fringe to add a flirty edge to home interiors. Tasselled to perfection, consult Out There Interiors for corduroy pouffes and velvet table lamps in retro shades of mustard and rose, while Mariska Meijers Amsterdam and House of Hackney add riotous print to the affair. Prepare to shimmy your way into September with our pick of the bestfringed interiors buys.
Add instant vintage glamour with this velvety fringed pouffe – perfect for putting up feet, and for storing snug blankets in.
Carma pouffe, £345, Out There Interiors
As this ultra glam sofa from Munna proves, fringing on sofas is the style statement of the season.As if the velvety dusky pink fabric wasn’t gorgeous enough, the fringe detail adds further glam. Combined, the sofa looks like it's come straight out ofa decadent 1930s boudoir.
Fringed sofa, £6,470, Munna
Walls can also be dressed head-to-toe in tassels this season. This funky hanging piece is perfect for adding just a touch of fringing to walls.
Aztec inspired wall hanging, £83,HK Living for Little Deer at Trouva
Always one to make some serious style statements, Rockett St George has the trend covered with this fringed mustard beauty.
Three-tier fringe chandelier, £165,Rockett St George
Layers of blush pink tassels make this gorgeous mirror demand attention.The new range by Oliver Bonas is called Nappa, which happens to be the Italian word for ‘tassel’.
Nappa fringed mirror, £45, Oliver Bonas
Fringing adds oodles of snazziness to this woven cushion by Mariska Meijers.The design also embraces the global influence trend – nailing two trends in one.
Fringed Coco cushion, £135, Mariska MeijersAmsterdam
Even rugs are getting a fringe makeover. Habitat's textured Flounce shaggy rug seduces feet to kick off shoes and get stuck in.
Flounce shaggy rug, £450, Habitat
In the words of Brick from Anchorman, "I love lamp". Well, we love lamp. This lamp in particular. A lot.
Pineapple lampstand, £870, House of Hackney
Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.
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