Chances are that you hummed along to the top hits performed at yesterday's Grammy Awards. Aside from the catchy tunes, the 2014 Grammy's also showed off top fashion. As we've mentioned before, the runway and the interior design sector often go hand-in-hand. If you want to get creative in your home, emulating the trends of the Grammy Awards is the way to go. Since music's biggest night is a bit less formal than some of the other award shows, starlets truly showed off their one-of-a-kind personalities.
Take a look at some of our top picks and learn how to apply them to your home:
Metallic: "British pop wonder Rita Ora abandoned her fondness for red carpet formal wear with a glittering Lanvinparty dress," writes Christopher Muther of the Boston Globe. "Along with her vampish 1930s coiffure, she showed the rest of the attendees how to dress for a musical event."
Ora wasn't the only one who shimmered, as Taylor Swift wore a stunning silver Gucci gown and model Chrissy Teigen looked like a glimmering goddess in her spectacular dress. Ora's look was, however, quite original since she opted for a metallic shade that exuded green undertones. The songstress proves that it pays to think outside of the box when showing off trends. You don't necessarily have to stick to silver and gold when using the metallic trend in your home. Have some fun with this style by purchasing shimmery throw pillows in the shades of purple, green or pink!
Red hot: Similar to the Golden Globes, many starlets showed up wearing the same hue as the red carpet. Country cutie Miranda Lambert stunned in a plunging red Pamella Roland gown. She added contrast with dangling turquoise earrings. Pop star Pink also opted for the bold hue. Her symmetrical red dress achieved the right amount of shimmer and shine. If you're a fan of this bold hue, there's no better time to decorate your home with it. Some homeowners opt for statement pieces, such as red couches. Others add a pop with vibrant window fashions. When it comes to decorating with color, the sky is the limit!
Winter white: Although vibrant colors have been ultra trendy lately, nothing is as classic as winter white. Beyonce stole the show in a revealing white floral number. Paris Hilton also opted to wear a white gown. The key to pulling off this look, both in the fashion world and in the home is to jazz up the neutral shade with invigorating textures or prints. Take a cue from Queen Bey and select white window fashions that also exude an original pattern. Or, you can also spruce up classic white by contrasting it next to a deeper shade, like the ever-so-popular mod look.
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