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4 Home Styles Inspired by Fashion

Turn your clothing style into an instant home inspiration

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Since we want to have a home inspired by our passions, you may also want to consider having a space that mirrors your clothing style. By doing this, you get to have a stylish and comfortable space! If you're looking for pegs, then these four looks may just be what you're looking for. 

Main photos by Ocs Alvarez.

The Look: Modern Casual

Is your style simple, modern, yet still feminine? You can transform your room into a modern minimalist space. Consider contemporary furniture such as a leather Barcelona chair or a sleek coffee table for your living room. You may also use bold colors as accents.

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The Look: Laid-back Tropical

If your wardrobe is filled with summer prints and floral designs, then you might want a space reminiscent of a tropical resort. Create a laid-back and relaxing space by decorating your living room with antique wooden furniture and eclectic artwork. You may also add indoor plants for a soothing and natural vibe.

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The Look: Classic Vintage

Is your fashion style inspired by Hollywood icons Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe? Let your space showcase your timeless style by coming up with a vintage-themed home. Use a black-and-white color palette to create a sophisticated vibe for your space.

RL Tip: Consider adding a vintage chandelier. Click here to learn how to redecorate your chandelier. 

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The Look: Bohemian Chic

Do you love wearing Geo-printed maxi dresses and hip tribal skirts? If yes, then you may want to transform your home into a boho-chic inspired space. Decorate your room with memorable travel memorabilia and Indian-inspired quilts for a vibrant and stylish look. You may also pair your neutral-colored sofa with printed tribal-designed pillows.

RL Tip: Feel free to mix patterns but tie everything together with a solid color palette. 

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