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The fashion world is not limited to things like clothing, shoes and handbags. Fashion styles that are on trend can easily be transitioned into the home. This year’s spring and summer fashion trends include everything from the color yellow to animal prints, neon, fringe, crochet, bike shorts, color blocking and more.
For obvious reasons, some fashion trends will be more difficult to incorporate into your home decor than others. But we want to highlight three options that will be extremely easy to get you started.
Ciel Tassel Shower Curtain
1. Fringe
Much like last year, fringe is gaining in popularity and coming back into style. This one is probably the easiest and least expensive to bring into your home. Just walk into any Home Goods store and you will see rows of decorative throw pillows that have fringed edges -- many made by yours truly Lush Decor. Besides pillows, many soft home textiles have stylish fringe detail. 
Absolute Blackout Window Curtains
2. The Color Yellow
Another very simple fashion trend to bring into your home is adding the color yellow. The opportunities are truly endless with this one. If you love the color yellow, you can add a lot of it to your space. If you're not a huge fan, you can add smaller accent pieces. Consider adding yellow paint, yellow bedding, yellow furniture, yellow window treatments, yellow rugs, yellow lights, yellow shower curtains, yellow pillows, yellow art, yellow throw blankets or yellow knickknacks to your space.
Kenya Comforter Set
3. Animal Prints
Are animal prints really ever out of style? We don't think so. These are so easy to incorporate into your home. Primarily, throw rugs and window treatments come to mind. But you also have the option again of bedding, wallpaper, decorative throw pillows, shower curtains, wall art, furniture protectors and more.
If you want your home to stay up to date with the ever changing fashion industry, there are always easy and inexpensive ways to do it. Decorative home textiles make a great option for changes you will make often, because they’re not permanent and don’t have to cost a lot of money, whereas changing your paint and furniture tend to require a larger investment of time and money.

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