Happy Monday guys! Today we’re talking about fringing in interiors. As I’ve explained here before, I do like to share all sorts of interiors trends with you guys, but that doesn’t necessarily mean I like them myself. I can appreciate them for what they are of course and the reason I feature them here on the blog is because I know that some of you will like them.
I’ve got to admit that fringing is not really a trend I’m a fan of. It may grow on me, of course, like velvet did, but I’m not yet convinced. For the moment, I still see fringing as something you might expect to see at your nanna’s house. Something terribly old-fashioned and a bit twee. In fact, it makes me shudder a little. However, the design innovators have spoken and it looks like fringe is coming back in a big way.
For the time being there aren’t too many products on the market sporting fringing, (cushions and blankets excluded) but we can expect to see the selection grow over the coming months. As always with these trends, it will take a while to filter down to the highstreet and become affordable for the masses. But for now, I’ve picked out a few products below that illustrate the modern fringing trend.
*The following list contains affiliate links which will be marked with an asterisk*
1. Tiger Lily Chandalier from Curiousa & Curiousa
2. Fringes Armchair by Munna Design
3. Boutique Lamp by Belle & Vidére
4. Nappa Large Fringed Mirror from Oliver Bonas
5. *White Island Ecru Cotton Woven Wall Hanging from Maisons Du Monde*
6. Brass Table Lamp with Fringe from Annie Mo’s
7. Wide Grandma Pouf from Out There Interiors
8. Orange Fringed Leather Pouffe from Maisons du Monde
9. Amami Sofa by Lorenzo Bozzoli for Moooi
So what is your opinion on fringing in interiors? Do you like the subtle Art Deco nuance or does this still reek of granny chic to you? Will you be jumping on the fancy fringing trend?