Splash out with all the trimmings

In today’s interiors world, frills and fringes are the new finishing touches to any home, writes Julianne Kelly

27th May, 2018
We don’t have to polarise interior styles. We can blend multiple styles

The traditional home of the 1980s and 1990s with swags and tails, flowing tablecloths on every side table and ruffled valances grew distasteful to us as interior design progressed to a classic contemporary style.

Braids and trimmings were sucked into the underworld of uncool furniture and furnishings, dragged down by tassled, frilled and fringed pieces. These once beautiful, grand interiors with palettes of warm deep red and golden yellow hues, oozing in comfort and sumptuousness...

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