ROOMS FROM THE RUNWAY :: J.CREW

When it comes to fall wardrobe inspiration there are plenty of places to look to, but when it comes to actually translating those looks into some fall decor inspiration, nobody is doing it for me quite like j.crew….

I’ve been drooling over this combo of berry and pink since the fall shows and love the idea of bringing it into the home somehow… Even if it’s in some temporary artwork! I could also see myself using the scheme for a fall tablescape or little vignette on my buffet…

Another hot color for fall is definitely rich teal. I love it paired with a brighter green or aqua, and the idea of giving an accent piece a little refresh with these contrasting colors is seriously appealing to my design senses! I may have to find a way to do this on a piece for the new office…

If you’re in serious decor mode, however, then it’s time to take these runway inspirations to the next level. Looking at style, color and pattern we can totally translate a single look into an entire room – like this! (Yes please!)

And since this is something I loooove to do, I’m guest posting today over on MyHabit’s blog theFIX and talking a little more in depth about fashion tips for fall and how to translate them into home decorating ideas. So, pop on over for some even yummier fall matchups!

*images via j.crew // laure joliet // vogue // lonny mag

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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.

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