LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!
Every award show has its highlights, surprises and recognitions however, it is the fashion do’s and don’t’s that are usually remembered the days following the big night. After watching this year’s Golden Globes red carpet stars, I was inspired by the best dressed of the night to incorporate the must have motifs into interior design.
Morena Baccarin made her stunning presence known in Edition by Georges Chakra. This “eye catching” look can be brought into any space by using black as a a bold statement. Glossy black ceilings and dark black hardwood floor are a risky move however, those who are dare devils will win the award for color contrast design in a sometimes black and white world. If you liked Morena’s geometric dress bring that into your room through fabrics such as a bold patterned bedspread or a zig zag place mat to make your china pop out.
The carpet wasn’t the only thing that was RED at the Golden Globes… Reese Witherspoon stole the thunder for red, wearing Zac Posen! The mermaid shape and sweetheart cut neckline gave her figure the attention it deserved which is why line and form are so important to consider in designing your space. Furniture designer Christopher Guy applies his admiration for the female curved lines into his furniture, as he has done with this console table which would not have the same sensual look if it weren’t on a red wall.
Looking like a true Goddess in Dior Couture, Charlize Theron brought the essence of heaven to the Golden Globes. Give your room the tranquility every home shall feel with light and airy cream tones. The draped look that Dior created is a fabulous motif to apply to window treatments or to transform your bed into an elegant thrown.
The red carpet was ready for the clock to strike 12 with Sophia Vergara wearing a midnight blue Vera Wang. This calming color is perfect for a bedroom as it is a color that is pleasing to both men and women. Consider a tufted dark blue velvet chair to greet your guests as royalty.