Golden Globes fashion applied to the home

Golden Globes fashion applied to the home

Did you get a chance to watch Sunday's Golden Globe Awards? If you're like us, you can't get enough of awards show glamour! Take a look at some of the top trends and learn how to apply them to your home: 

  • Creative color blocking: The color blocking trend doesn't show any signs of stopping! Taylor Swift and Sandra Bullock both perfected this style in their elegant gowns. To use this trend in your home, simply fasten brightly color curtains or drapes against a contrasting wall to make these fixtures truly pop!
  • Lovely in lace: "Cate Blanchett redeemed herself in a black lace Armani Couture dress," writes Dana Oliver of the Huffington Post. "The high collar and mermaid bottom gown details make the statuesque star appear even taller. Her perfectly coiffed faux bob and diamond Chopard earrings makes this a look to remember." The great thing about lace is that it's a classic fabric that won't go out of style. Embellish an end-table with a lace placemat, or opt to fashion your windows with sheer lace curtains.
  • Radiant in red: Similar to the shade of the red carpet, crimson was a hot color during the January 12th award show. Newcomer Lupita Nyongo'o stunned in her Ralph Lauren red cape ensemble. Best actress winner Amy Adams and two-time nominee Julia Louis-Dreyfus also looked radiant in red. Although homeowners tend to shy away from this bold hue, when done correctly red décor can be quite elegant. Whether you choose to include a pop of red with statement furniture or window fashions is up to you!

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