After a decade of reveling in sleek midcentury lines, design sensibility has stepped into a fresh era: The 1980s. From curved silhouettes to mauve tones, everything '80s is new again. One of our favorite styles that's made a comeback: fringe. The once-audacious trend was prominent in the '80s, and now almost four decades later, it's back and better than ever. However, this time: it comes equipped with a modern-day twist.
It's time to wave goodbye to the days where this fringe trend was exclusively reserved for flapper dresses and layered haircuts: this time around, it's giving our home décor a much-needed facelift.
Drawing influence from fashion, we've noticed many home aficionados welcoming fringe-embellished lamps, ottomans, and even decked out armchairs with a fringe blanket.
Ideal for those looking to part ways with their minimalistic aesthetics of the past, the fringe trend breathes new life into any space, adding a hint of freshness and element of sexiness that was previously missing. And, if you're wondering whether or not the fringe trend is right for you?
These seven styles will make you a fringe trend believer — they'll uplift and upgrade your space in no time.
1. Start by livening up your light fixtures
2. Opt for this ottoman
3. Try this must-have mirror
4. Elevate seating areas with this perfect piece
5. Wrap yourself up in this beautiful blanket
6. Use a rug as a focal point
7. Hang this pretty pendant
Love the fringe trend? Try these additional suggestions below:
Brittany Romano joins the Real Homes team as their U.S. E-commerce Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY-project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins. Find her on Instagram at @Rammmyyy.