Tying Spring 2021 Fashion Trends into Your Home Decor

Feb 17, 2021by Alexa Robel
Whether they decided to unveil their collections physically or digitally, fashion designers presented their own versions of a strong humanity, full of hope and respect. More restrained, less outrageous fashion, with a return to styles reminiscent of the 1990s, complete with clean minimalism and unisex designs that fit perfectly with all styles, genders, and generations was showcased in the winter months of 2020.
2021 Spring/Summer fashion trends have brought timeless textiles and classic color palettes with a vintage minimalistic twist. We're giving you a look into this Spring season's upcoming fashion trends according to Vogue, WhoWhatWear and NET-A-PORTER and showing you ways you can incorporate them into your home decor this spring season. 
Black Leather Swatch
Leather will be seen yet another season in its most basic, classic shade: black. Leather makes for a timeless accent and brings interest and an earthy, western feel into your space. Leather is usually something that is seen in the Fall and Winter months so it'll be easy to transition these pieces as the seasons change.
If you are looking to tie leather into a big ticket item, leather couches are sure to spice up any room. Leather arm chairs or office chairs, bar stools and dining chairs serve as another leather seating option. If you aren't ready for big pieces, try incorporating leather accents. Replacing a fabric ottoman with a leather pouf serves as a great alternative. Adding a few leather pillows and vases strategically will give the same western feel to your space. If you are not into using real leather, there are plenty of realistic pleather and faux leather products out there as a more affordable and eco friendlier option.
pastel fabrics
Shades of Sorbet
Sorbet makes for a delicious summer treat, but this year we’ll see these shades online and in retail stores. Pastels are seen every Spring and Summer season, but this year pastels will give us more of a 90s vibe. Shades of bright pinks and greens, tangerine and pastel yellow will be predominantly popular this spring and summer season. We’ll see these colors used in color blocking, stripes, and geometric patterns. Incorporating throw blankets, accent pillows, tablecloths and curtains are the perfect way to incorporate this trend into your home because they are easy to replace and won't break the bank. Trends are seen time and time again, so chances are your accent pillows and blankets will be relevant over the next few seasons again! Faux flowers, valances and colored glass are also cost effective ways to stay on trend with your home decor.
Minimalist fashion will be emphasized during the warmer seasons in 2021. The minimalist fashion style is defined by one major principle: keep it simple! Streamlined shapes, a small selection of colors, minimal patterns and even a bare minimum amount of clothing in your closet are the keys to pinpointing this style. On a decor level, the minimalist decorating style is similar. Space, lighting, and objects play equally important roles. This style demands you to pare down your furnishings to the bare essentials so that you're left with a set of curated objects that deliver maximum impact. Only using decor elements that you feel reflect you is key. Physically large accents like large mirrors, large house plants and oversized wall art are typically found in a minimalistic designed home. Overcrowding your space defeats the purpose of this decor style. 
Lush decor sequins shower curtain
Silver Accents
It looks like holiday sparkle will transition right into our spring wardrobes this spring season! Silver can be tied into your home in a few ways. Brushed silver hardware like knobs and curtain rods are a simple way to tie this trend into your home. Alternatives decor ideas include table top accessories such as silver vases or table lamps. You could also use silver accented textiles such as accent pillows, shower curtains or window curtains with metallic accents, glitter, rhinestone, or sequin embellishment. Regardless of how you choose to tie this trend into your home, the subtle shimmer is sure to add some glam into your space!

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