Think fashion and home design are worlds apart? In Westchester, the parallels between the two are elegant, numerous, and oh so striking.
Alison Hernon at Agency Gerard Artists
Setsuko at Jean Claude Salon
Hannah Teligades, Editorial; Jack Palmiotti, Photography; Destina Marotta and Maya Wilson, Styling
Shot on location at Country Willow in Bedford Hills, a home design boutique offering custom and in-stock furnishings and accessories for the entire home. All home design products shown here are available at Country Willow.
Though seemingly disparate, the worlds of fashion and home design are actually quite similar. Both offer the tools of creative expression — whether it be through sophisticated apparel or elegant decor. The seasonal trends in each industry often mirror each other, showcasing similar color palettes and fabrics. Read on for the industries’ hottest trends of the spring season — all sourced locally.
– Flirty Floral –
Maybe not “groundbreaking” for spring, but pretty flowers are without a doubt quintessential for the season.
Lauren Tormenta blue floral jacquard top and skirt, $225, at Lauren’s Boutique; mini chevron pinky ring in 18K white gold with pavé sapphire, $3,900, and Lexington drop earrings with diamonds, $1,250, at David Yurman; Stuart Weitzman Amelina block-heel sandals, $395, at Bloomingdale’s
Preston sofa, $1,659; Julien sideboard, $2,099; Rope lamp, $549; Spring flower artwork, $685/each, at Country Willow
– Sustainable –
Durable and long-lasting fabrics aren’t just for the kids. Eco-friendly materials are being crafted elegantly too.
Designer inspired headband, $80, at Jolie Jordan; Maje contrast tweed dress, $445, and tweed cardigan-inspired jacket, $525, and Lauren Ralph Lauren Charm Saffiano leather belt, $40, at Bloomingdale’s; vintage costume pearl stud earrings, $43, at Lauren’s Boutique; star-burst statement ring in 18K white gold with pavé diamonds, $10,500, at David Yurman; Christian Louboutin Apostrophy pointed red-sole pump, $695, at Neiman Marcus
Jake upholstered chair, $2,529; Coffee table, $799, at Country Willow
– Earthy Hues –
Come back to Mother Earth with nature-inspired hues.
Lafayette 148 Annette poppy print silk blouse, $137, and Lafayette 148 Helena skirt, $448, at Neiman Marcus; Sandro vino pleated trench coat, $745, and Michael Kors Becker T-strap high-heel sandals, $120, at Bloomingdale’s; Lauren M. Nichole clutch, $265, www.looladoolaboutique.com ; necklace, $39, at New York Dolls; Lexington drop earrings with diamonds, $1,250, at David Yurman
Fulton modern chair, $429; Banksville home office desk system, $2,285; Edge lamp, $279; Banana tree bark wall art, $599, at Country Willow
– Gray –
This neutral hue is sophisticated and a nod to stability.
Bruno Cucinelli Monili-beaded long-sleeve poplin shirt, $795, at Neiman Marcus; Michael Kors Collection glen plaid crushed wool belted jacket, $1,790, and Michael Kors Collection glen plaid crushed wool trouser, $890, at Michael Kors; Helena box chain earrings in 18K yellow gold and diamonds, $2,400, at David Yurman; Salvatore Ferragamo double bow pump shoe, $675, at Bloomingdale’s
Maddox sectional, $4,379; Kyle Occasional chair, $1,489; Chicage coffee table, $899; Scribbles hand-painted canvas, $759, at Country Willow
– Not Your Grandmother’s Vintage –
What’s old is new — and many retro trends are being given a modern twist.
Sandro silk shirt with pleated trim, $295, at Bloomingdale’s; Veronica Beard Kenzie tweed blazer, $595, and Veronica Beard Florence high-rise skinny-flare jean, $348, at Neiman Marcus; costume frame earrings, $38, at Lauren’s Boutique
Richardson leather sofa, $3,949; vineyard cabinet, $1,339; Great Plains painting, $1,469, at,. Country Willow
– Black and White –
The graphic nature of this classic duo will never go out of style.
Lauren M. Loola Belle Clutch, $275,www.looladoolaboutique.com ; The Kooples Ecru lace top, $285, and Vince satin camisole, $195, at Bloomingdale’s; Vince crop flare pants, $285, and Aquazzura minimalist sandal wedge, $625, at Neiman Marcus
Britton sectional, $3,299; St Francis ottoman, $999; Dexter sideboard, $2,299; Aniami tray; $189; monochrome artwork, $569; In the Rough Sea artwork, $899, at Country Willow
– Let’s Get Cozy –
After a year of lounging on the couch and working from home, cozy frocks and fabrics are here to stay.
Avant Toi cashmere fringe belted cardigan, $1,495, at Jolie Jordan; Theory Mirzi B merino wool top, $200, Vince stretchy leggings, $195, and FitFlop rally low-platform sneaker, $100, at Bloomingdale’s
Cody sectional, $9,697; Batur pouf, $299; Nephi coffee table, $1,799; Large geometric lantern, $929; Herd Impression painting, $1,649, at Country Willow
– Feeling Blue –
Blue, in shades like sky and cerulean, evoke a calming feel and remind us of sunny days and ocean breezes.
Misa Los Angeles Becca dress Casablanca Blu shell, $334, I Am More Scarsdale; Mother high-waisted rider skimp denim, $258, at Beginnings Boutique; Aquazzura minimalist sandal wedge, $625, at Neiman Marcus; Gold Bag Lorenza Gongaglia, $495, at Jolie Jordan
Kady swivel chair, $1,149; landscape artwork, 4 in set, $749/each, at Country Willow
Where to Shop:
I Am More Scarsdale
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