10 Interiors Inspired By The Hottest Spring/Summer Fashion Trends

With the changing seasons, design and fashion lovers are breathing new life into their wardrobes and spaces, saying goodbye to athleisure and cozy knits and hello to all things vibrant and fun. Whether you’re a traditionalist with a love for simplicity or an avant-garde aficionado seeking the latest pattern craze, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite spring/summer fashion trends to help you transform your wardrobes and homes for optimal seasonal style.

Style Trend: Garden Party The tried-and-true pattern that dawns garments every spring is back in fresh floral motifs. Paired with breezy linen fabrics, these blooms are sure to be groundbreaking in Miranda Priestly’s books. Source: Aritzia Products: Wilfred Eleta Dress in Light Birch, $178, Wilfred Eleta Dress in Light Birch, $178, Home Trend: Garden Party Nothing screams spring more than a playful floral wallpaper. In this entryway vignette, design pros Kai Ethier and Emma Reddington show us that florals don’t have to be childish or traditional, bringing sophistication to the beloved print with muted pinks and and army greens. Photographer: Kim Jeffery Source: House & Home April 2018 Designer: Produced by Kai Ethier & Emma Reddington Style Trend: Avocado Green Foodies rejoice! Your favorite brunch staple is now a trendy color, and Toronto brand Ellie Mae Studios is doing it exquisitely. Paired with white jeans or an edgy leather trouser, this calming shade is sure to bring wow-factor to your warm-weather wardrobe. Source: Ellie Mae Studios Products: Killan Oversized Blouse, $495, Killan Oversized Blouse, $495, Home Trend: Avocado Green Designer Joel Bray brings a pop of tropical color to this bright breakfast nook with a show-stopping bench that marries traditional tufting with on-trend green velvet. Photographer: Valerie Wilcox Source: House & Home April 2018 Designer: Joel Bray Style Trend: Mixed Prints Mixing prints is no easy feat, but Stine Goya does it with ease. Should you dare to adorn your outfits with a sea of pattern, be sure to do so with similar colorways for a look that’s curated yet cohesive. Source: Stine Goya Products: Paloma Skirt in Watercolour Flora, approx. $223, Paloma Skirt in Watercolour Flora, approx. $223, Home Trend: Mixed Prints Design duo Les Ensembliers master the summer maximalist look in this pool house sitting room with complementary colors and matching patterns. Photographer: André Rider Source: House & Home May 2020 Designer: Les Ensembliers Style Trend: Checkmate Checkered prints are having a moment in fashion, and the style savvy are adopting this trend in the most summery of ways. Whether you opt for traditional black and white or go bold with a neon palette, be sure to check this trend off your summer list. Source: Farfetch Products: Dolce & Gabbana Damier Jacquard-Woven Top, $1,385, Dolce & Gabbana Damier Jacquard-Woven Top, $1,385, Home Trend: Checkmate A gallery-worthy collection of art gets a moment in the spotlight in this condo living/dining room, including this statement-making checkered piece by Oscar Murill. Photographer: Alex Lukey Source: House & Home May 2021 Designer: Daniel Harland, Roundabout Studio Style Trend: Pretty Periwinkle Give your winter loungewear a spring upgrade with this plush set from Reformation. In a touchably soft periwinkle fabric, this matching set will have you on Cloud 9 all season long. Source: Reformation Products: Isle Two-Piece Set in Sky, $265, Isle Two-Piece Set in Sky, $265, Home Trend: Pretty Periwinkle A simple accent wall with a stunning color choice turns heads in this dining room. Paired with dark light fixtures and artful accessories, designer Katherine Newman finds a perfect harmony between soft and bold. Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Source: House & Home December 2019 Designer: Katherine Newman Style Trend: Playful Silhouettes Goodbye minimalist lines and hello sartorial shapes! With a dramatic silhouette in an on-trend shade, Greta Constantine’s made-to-measure Museum dress is the only thing we want to wear post-pandemic — it’s the roaring ‘20s, after all. Source: Wardrobe Apparel Products: Greta Constantine Museum Dress, $1,845, Greta Constantine Museum Dress, $1,845, Home Trend: Playful Silhouettes Add some visual interest to your space with pieces that are outside of the box — literally. Designer Cynthia Ferguson balances sophisticated feminine style with avant-garde shapes for a vignette that is both quirky and stylish. Photographer: Donna Griffith Source: House & Home May 2021 Designer: Cynthia Ferguson Style Trend: Patchwork Maximalist vibes abound with this artful trend! This spring’s take on patchwork mixes tropical motifs and colors for a look that a new group of Golden Girls would want to wear in 2021. Source: Zara Products: Patchwork Printed Kimono, $80, Patchwork Printed Kimono, $80, Home Trend: Patchwork A boho bedroom is not hard to achieve when you incorporate patchwork, à la Tonic Living founder Janine Morrison. She draped a vintage Turkish kilim over the headboard which injects global flair into her sleep sanctuary. “I change out the rug when I want to switch up the feel of the room,” she says. Photographer: Alex Lukey Source: House & Home August 2018 Designer: Janine Morrison Style Trend: Pastel Tie-Dye Yes, tie-dye is still in style, and this summer, we’re obsessing over the trend in sunset-inspired hues. Let H&M’s blush and mango jersey dress be your inspiration for a subtle and chic take on the ‘90s trend. Source: H&M Products: Airy Jersey Dress, $80, Airy Jersey Dress, $80, Home Trend: Pastel Tie-Dye This powder room by Sam Sacks embodies breezy summer style with a soft, tie-dye printed wallpaper that has us dreaming of summer sunsets by the water. Photographer: Kim Jeffery Source: House & Home March 2019 Designer: Sam Sacks Style Trend: Get Wild Faithfull the Brand’s animal-print set proves that zebra is, once again, one of fashion’s favorite patterns. With a neutral color palette that transitions from day to night, this bold ensemble is nothing but perfect for the upcoming season. Source: Faithfull the Brand Products: Pietra Top Javelina Animal Print, approx. $204, Pietra Top Javelina Animal Print, approx. $204, Home Trend: Get Wild Instead of letting animal prints adorn your home, why not try animal motifs, instead? Designer Garrow Kedigian gives this powder room an eccentric feel with a bold orange zebra wallpaper and matching hand towels. Photographer: John Gruen Source: House & Home March 2018 Designer: Garrow Kedigian Style Trend: Dependable Denim Denim never goes out of style, but after a year spent in sweats and pyjamas, these hardworking pants are the new couture gown. Whether you opt for a basic white tee/blue jeans look or a Canadian tuxedo, you can always depend on denim to keep you looking put together. Photographer: Courtesy of Holt Renfrew Source: Bottega Veneta Home Trend: Dependable Denim This laundry room is given a facelift with denim blue cabinets that are sure to withstand any mess. Photographer: Stacey Brandford Source: House & Home March 2021 Designer: Aránzazu González Bernardo & Michael Fohring, Odami

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