Grammy Awards style applied to the home

Grammy Awards style applied to the home

Rockstars stepped out in trendy ensembles during Sunday night's 56th Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. If you've been following our blog, you know that home design often takes inspiration from the fashion world. Since the Grammys is one of the most creative shows of the season, starlets truly showed off their one-of-a-kind personalities with fashion statements. If you want to exude creative flair in your own New York home, take a look at some of the top trends:

  • Black and white: "Sarah Hyland was all about the monochrome in her cute A-line black and white number as she hit the red carpet," writes Linds Foley of pop culture website SugarScape.com "Going classic in a simple style, we are loving the accessories, what with those strappy sandals and matching clutch, not to mention her red lips and snakey up do of sheer joy." The color blocking trend is especially popular in the home sector. Try exuding this look in your house or apartment with a black accent wall or crisp winter white window fashions. Or, select from black window fashions to coincide with your mod design scheme. 
  • Flowing florals: While some stars showed off bold hues, others went for classic floral garments. Ariana Grande showed off her feminine side in a 1960s inspired strapless midi with patterned satin flowers. The light purple flowers popped against a dark background. Floral draperies never go out of style. If you're interested in bringing this trend to your home, be sure to contact our home design consultants! Floral patterns don't have to look like your grandmother's curtains, proven by the teen queen's youthful vibe on the red carpet. 
  • Mad about metallics: The metallic trend doesn't show any signs of stopping this year! Taylor Swift proved the power of shimmer and shine in a stunning Gucci Gown. Other starlets who showed off their sparkly side were model Chrissy Tiegen, who dazzled in a glittery Johanna Johnson gown, and Rita Ora who glimmered in a green metallic mini dress. If you're interested in decorating your home with metallics, now is the time to do so. Jazz up your traditional couch with metallic throw pillows, or opt for jeweled vases and picture frames.
  • Radiant red: Stars are miming the bold hue of the red carpet lately. Red made a big splash at the Golden Globes and was equally as popular at the Grammys. Country star Miranda Lambert showed off her slim figure in a glamorous red gown designed by Pamella Roland. Pop star Pink opted for a darker shade than her legendary name by wearing a symmetrical red silk gown. This shade can truly make a statement in the home sector. If all-over red furniture is too bold for your tastes, try adding a splash of vibrancy through custom window draperies.

To keep up with all of the top trends this winter, be sure to follow our blog. Our complimentary at-home consultations can help you see what color, style and material custom window treatments are right for your home.