There were several fashion and beauty trends during the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. As interior designers we often take influences from the fashion world and use them in designing our spaces. We have paired up some of the trends we saw on the red carpet with commercial designs to show you how you can incorporate it into your own space.
With the influence of the Great Gatsby from last year, we have seen increasingly the use of the period of art deco. The patterns are bold and screams of elegance from the roaring 1920s.
Elisabeth Moss in J Mendel l Interior by Kelly Wearstler
One of the biggest trends of the evening? Crimson. It was as if Hollywood just discovered the colour red!
Interior design technique to take away from these fashion choices? Lift a space with a strong accent colour. The space will host a bold, hip and memorable atmosphere. In this case red is a warm and stimulating colour.
Emma Watson in Christian Dior Couture l Taylor Swift in Carolina Herrera l Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren
Another trend to take a from the night was a strong accessory, being bejeweled. On Sofia her bold necklace created a statement and focal point. By implementing a colourful and unique piece in the decor world one can easily create a dynamic focal point that gathers interest.
Sofia Vergara in Zac Posen l River Park Place