Whether casual 1970’s bohemian or formal 1920’s inspired, there’s no doubt that fringing is back! From a fabulous fringed pendant light to a fringed ottoman ideal for the dressing room, here are our favourite fringed finds.
Amigos de Hoy Mystics rug in lilac: Hand woven in India, this cotton dhurrie rug features fringing, metallic threads a whole lot of cool. From $695.
West Elm soft fringe basket: Handmade in India under fair trade conditions, this cotton and lurex storage piece is ideal for the play room, bathroom or bedroom. $59.
Houtique Wink pendant light: Created by Spanish designers Masquespacio I love the originality of this piece. Combining modernist lines with fringing is a stroke of genius. $785.
Network Rugs pink Scandi textured fringed wall hanging: Handcrafted, this is a fabulous textured alternative to artwork that’s brimming with 1970’s feels. $99.95.
KAS fringed cushion in peacock: Featuring layers of metallic fringing, this has Charleston era glamour written all over it. $59.95.
OPUS Amalfi Sardinia throw: This cotton wool blend throw is perfect for adding a textural pop to the lounge or bedroom. $295.
Interiors Online IT ottoman in blush: Evoking a Paris salon, I’m drawn to the deep fringing on this velvet piece and think it’s perfect for a bedroom. $499.
Linen House Barbada bath mat: A little bit tribal and super colourful, I think this would make a fun addition to any bathroom. $35.95.
Langdon Ltd fringe cushion in blush and tan: No strangers to fringing, Langdon Ltd (favourites of Jen’s) keep serving up the goods on this front. Fringing aside, I love this cushion’s colour combo. $99.
Re-blogged, original on: The Interiors Addict.