When it comes to dishing out impeccable style and glam that is just right for the season, you can give the honors to Prada. In their Resort Collection for 2010, the simple and yet chic designs of the featured clothes were surely befitting of the current times.
The style had the look of a chic city girl and yet still elegant in a whimsical way. The design which is easy on the eyes is a great inspiration for designing a comfortable space that is not intimidating or overwhelming.
To give your interiors a touch of Prada, here are some home interior designing tips based on the catwalk dresses of the show:
Drapes And Curtains: Short And Simple
Looking at the Resort Collection dresses of Prada, you will notice that fabrics are not overwhelmingly long or drooping such as usually seen on haute couture shows. Also, the colors used are moderate and not brimming or bright.
So for your curtains and drapes, you can create an easy look by going for half length curtains instead of the long ones that touch the floor. Also, choose pastel colors with washed out dye.
Wall And Table Decors: Chic And Easy
The models of the Resort Collection were not heavily accessorized, and that contributed to the fresh and easy look that appears really comfortable.
This can be applied for home interiors. The key is “less is more”. Avoid over accessorizing and create an image of more space by adding less wall art and table decorations. Do not focus on numbers but rather on style, design, and boldness.
Color Theme: Colorful Yet Modest
It is very admirable how Prada managed to pull off an exciting look into their dresses without using any bright colors at all. All the fabrics featured pastel hues that are easy to the eyes.
Accordingly, you can create a fresh and comfortable look in your house by choosing pastel color schemes. Avoid hot and bright colors if possible. If you must use patterns, try neutral colors instead.
Overall Mood: Elegant Masculinity
When talking about the overall mood, the dresses of Prada Resort collection are elegant and have a touch of masculinity. Perhaps it has something to do with the simple and minimalistic approach, but the result is stunning.
When adding accent furniture, glass vases, and light fixtures, go for designs that are less unisex in approach. With less feminine flare, the mood will be less intimidating and will be more at ease.
Hopefully, this article will help you improve the style and look of your house. With the collection of Prada’s Resort show, the right inspiration is at hand.