Hello, everyone! It’s Mari here with a guest post from Arcadian Home blog. It’s a wonderful place to find interior design inspiration including great decorating ideas for everything from beautiful folding screens to stylish and colorful tabletop decor.
Today’s post is all about the connection between event styling, fashion and interior design. I live in the world of interiors, while Louise Georges Yves is all about events. Those two meet, along with fashion, in the realm of color. Gorgeous color, from pale to dramatic, weaves together these three worlds. From the runway to the event venue to the design showroom thereís a common thread of color from season to season and year to year. For your inspiration, I’ve pulled together eight images that for me perfectly illustrate this color intersection with glamorous gowns, beautiful design elements and gorgeous floral arrangements. Please enjoy!
This fabulous dress is from Rani Zakhem Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2013/14 Collection. The designer seems to have merged hues from one end of the color spectrum to the other, including pinks from the softest of shades to deep rosy tones and a few rusty undertones.
Against a lovely background of greens, this arrangement blends those pale pink and yellow tones with dark rose hues and a few touches of rust. Notice there is one tiny nod to the black seen in the gown above. How perfect is this color palette for fall?
Just as the table decor in the previous image shows off the beauty of white and neutral tones, so does this living room. A lovely array of pinks and rusty browns breathe color into the space. Black pieces are pulled into the room here and there.
Again, this lovely celebration tablescape includes all those appealing pinks, yellows and slightly rusty hues along with black accents.
Going paler, but in many of the same hues, is this feminine design from the Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of Alexis Mabille. From ivory lace to gold and subtle rust tulle, this pale gown is a stunning vision of fashion.
This beautiful tablescape seems to mimic the colors and horizontal lines of the Mabille gown.
This collection of home accessories blends all the glorious hues from the other images we’ve featured today. Did you notice the pale green and rosy colors seen in the Zakhem floral gown in the first image? Isn’t this a lovely fall-inspired look that’s decidedly feminine? On a little side note, I’ve totally fallen for that amber glass pendant light.
Lastly, here’s a beautiful fall arrangement that pulls together all these gorgeous pinks, creams and rusts with a bit of green and deep rose on the leaves.
What do you think of these fashion and event inspired interiors? Leave your comments below and drop by our blog for more mini pendant lighting, home decor, and interior looks!