How to apply Grammy Award fashion to the home

It's Monday, which means we have a stylish recap of this weekend's glitzy award show: The 2014 Grammy's. The Grammy Awards are bit more creative than some of the other shows held this winter, giving starlets a chance to experiment with colors, patterns and trends. So which stars hit high notes with their fashion choices, you ask? Take a look at some of the hottest looks of the night and learn how to apply these trends to your Milwaukee home.

  • Radiant red: "In a word: stunning! The country crooner [Miranda Lambert] completely embodied old Hollywood glamour in a plunging red Pamella Roland gown," writes a blogger for pop culture website Lambert wasn't the only singer to show off her curves in a red-hot number. Pop star Pink also pulled off the trend. Why not warm up the winter by trying this bold trend in the home sector? Opt for red furniture for a true statement. Red fabrics can also create one-of-a-kind curtains or drapes. 
  • Shimmer and shine: Metallic ensembles seemed to be the top look of the night. Country cutie Taylor Swift stole the show in her silver Gucci gown. Rita Ora also opted for the metallic look by selecting a shimmery green dress. We've mentioned how popular metallics are in the home sector numerous times on this blog. Ora proves that you don't necessarily have to adhere to silver, gold and bronze when pulling off this trend. Take a cue from the songstress and try adding metallic accent pillows with green undertones to your living or dining room.
  • Vibrant prints: To exude a modern look in your Milwaukee home, try adding vibrant prints to the mix. Geometric patterns and animal prints are especially in right now, as proven by Paula Patton (the wife of Robin Thicke), who stunned in a floor-length gown that mimicked zebra stripes. If you're wild about animal prints, now is that time to experiment with these fun patterns. Although Patton's gown was a bit too bold since she opted for head-to-toe print, you can show off this trend more subtly in the home sector. For instance, a throw rug with animal prints can look especially chic next to a leather sofa. Or if you're feeling especially trendy, you can even jazz up your window fashions with printed custom window coverings.

Whether you're looking to follow the trends, or favor classic custom curtains and drapes, stop into Bazaar Home Decorating Center today! Our Milwaukee fabric store allows you to customize your window fashions by selecting your favorite colors, patterns, materials and styles.