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There is an extraordinary synergy between interior design and fashion, and so it seems a pity to hide clothes behind closed doors. We all have pieces that tell a story, whether due to the design of the garment, the reason for purchase, or a place it was worn. My advice is to display some of your beloved pieces for all to see. Note: study fashion with an interior stylist’s eye and you’ll discover common threads for you to reproduce at home

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Fashion can be brought into your home in unexpected ways if you think beyond its literal incarnations. Look to the work of wallpaper master Deborah Bowness – appearances may suggest I have hung a red dress up on the wall, but her trompe l’oeil panel instead keeps that dress in a two-dimensional world.

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Thinking outside the box when it comes to your notions of what constitutes wall art can bring strong personality to your interiors. A delicate cardigan with a sparkling clasp and fox-fur collar adds so much texture to a bare expanse of wall. Put your special pieces on a pedestal and celebrate them on and off your shoulders.

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And it’s not just the garments themselves that offer inspiration. I’m quite drawn to the multitude of different shapes & makes of coat hanger. These timber & wire pieces become sculptural in their own right and can be used to display amulets, garlands & beautiful scarves, or even just become a feature of their own, showing off their varied silhouettes.

Written by Amber TSI Byron — October 29, 2019

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