Fashion and Interior Design

Last week we had an opportunity to attend the annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House.  Every year, a host of volunteers work side by side with some of the most talented and prominent  interior designers to create rooms of fantasy, style and fashion.  Better yet, all proceeds from the Show House benefit the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club, enriching the lives of more than 10,000 kids in the Bronx through nurturing educational and artistic programs after school and in the summertime. 

It is plain to see that interior design and fashion depend on each other as social media has become a connecting force. We see and hear the same things about our clients, read similar blogs to track fabric trends, and get a sense of what colors people will not only be wearing but will also decorate their homes with.  The same patterns, colors, and textures we look for at fashion shows are the same elements that will turn up in window treatments, upholstery and carpet.  It's been said one's home is an extension of themselves.  Home trends and what we choose to wear have a bond with each other.  Without further ado, we'd like to take you to the Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Enjoy.  

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Quote to take with you for the week:

“A fashion designer's eye for style can't be confined to clothing,” explains Diane Von Furstenberg at the 2018 Milan Design Week last March, shedding light on the relationship between fashion and interior design. 




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