Furniture to Fashion: 5 Room Looks We Love, Translated to Fashion Finds

Furniture to Fashion: 5 Room Looks We Love, Translated to Fashion Finds

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Jennifer Hunter
Aug 7, 2015
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Maybe you're pretty comfortable trying new things in your home but you feel like your wardrobe could use a dose of interest. We've got you covered. If you can make it work in your bedroom, you can work it on your body. Watch us prove it five different ways.

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Interesting details

A clever leather pull detail at Sugar & Cloth adds interest to a plain dresser just like a leather clip complements summer whites at Cupcakes and Cashmere.

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A kick of color

Roger and Chris know the power that a kick of pink has on curb appeal and the same technique applies to a sparkly boot on an all black outfit at Garance Doré.

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Black and white

Black and white isn't boring with lots of graphic pattern mixing either at home like this shot from Burlap and Lace or on your body like Aimee at Song of Style.

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Punchy monochrome

A big statement of monochrome color — even orange! — looks great above in Steven's kitchen and also looks amazing as an outfit at Ring My Bell.

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Tons of texture

Try more than one kind of texture like Lisa's living room and Rumi of Fashiontoast. They both mixed delicate lace with a solid, plush element and it works beautifully.

So tell us: do you feel like you dress your rooms and yourself similarly?

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