If you thought that the Oscars were just about the movies, think again! The red carpet at the Academy Awards is always ground zero for some big fashion trends and these days fashion and home decor go hand in hand. Colors and styles that we see on the red carpet (or runway) are soon translated into furniture and decor and eventually end up in the homes of regular people. After taking in the best dresses of today’s stars, we created a list of some trendy colors and finishes that will help you to get the look of pure Hollywood glamour. Our picks:
Jennifer Lawrence and Charlize Theron sure know how to make an entrance! Their white dresses landed them both at the top of this year’s best dressed list. Echo the curvy white shape of their Oscar gowns with this vanity desk. Its bombe-inpsired shape makes it worthy of a black tie event.
No need to sing the blues! Reese Witherspoon, Helen Hunt and Jennifer Hudson looked gorgeous in shades of navy and royal blue. But there is no need to reserve blue for red carpet events. Blue is also a strong color for interior design this spring. A great way to inject some color is by going for a small piece, like this ottoman, in a bold blue color.
It only seems natural that little gold statues always bring out a great selection of little gold dresses. Renee, Nicole and Catherine were visions in sparkly gold gowns. Gold in just naturally attention-getting making it a bold choice for an interior color scheme. Give your space a dose of gold fever with a new mirror that is worthy of a red carpet.
Rocking red on a red carpet can be a tricky maneuver but these two ladies pull it off with aplomb. Take a page out of Jennifer Aniston and Olivia Munn’s style book by using jolt of red in your home. A sculptural stool like this one from Zuo with its eye-catching shape is a great accent piece.
Standing out in silver is easy for Naomi Watts and Halle Berry to do. Shimmering silver is guaranteed to catch the eye on the red carpet and the same goes for silver in home décor. Go for the glitter in your home with a silver and mirrored side table.
Neutrals like nude and taupe might seem like a surprising choice for the red carpet but this bevy of beauties show how to do it right. Amanda Seyfried, Amy Adams and Jessica Chastain shone in a series of fabulous neutral-toned dresses. Neutrals are not exactly news for the home but they can easily feel safe and kind of boring. Steer clear by echoing the principals these starlets used. Strong shapes and unexpected details steer neutrals into new territory. This stunning little sofa is a great example of how to use this idea in your home.