Fashion Influence: Tribal Looks in Design

This month on the blog, many of my posts will be focused on fashion and its influence on interior design, beginning with today’s post. Even fashion across the world influences design here, including tribal motifs.

This interesting juxtaposition of pictures (below) from the Interiors by Stacey Cohen blog gives a great example, and I’ve found many other examples of tribal golds, browns, oranges, animal prints, textures and patterns in design as well.

Many tribal and safari looks were spotted during the Spring 2012 Fashion Week, according to Fab Sugar, including clothing and accessories.

Michael Kors dress

For interiors, I’ve seen products and rooms that have that tribal feel.

This is a Diamond Weave Jute Rug from West Elm.

And a pillow from CB2 spotted on Houzz.

These rooms also have tribal elements, from animal prints and patterns to textures and earthy hues.

Be sure to follow the blog to see more of my posts on design influenced by fashion this March!

Images: 1 via interiorsbystaceycohen.blogspot.com; 2 via stylebop.com; 3 via westelm.com; 4 via Houzz; 5 via Elle Decor; 6 via Houzz; 7 via Houzz

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