Truly chic, sometimes ethnic or bohemian, the fringe is back in fashion but also in decoration. On cushions, furniture, lighting and other decorative objects, so far neglected, it is now taking over!
If you like boudoir style, velvet and trimmings, opt for the bangs. From the art deco style, it reinvests our interiors to give them style and elegance. In many materials such as cotton, wool, metal and even materials of animal origin, if it is again present in fashion, it is also needed in the home by being glamorous and light.
Abandoned, considered old and loaded for the benefit of minimalism, it is back in force by adapting to the design creations and our contemporary interiors. The fringe is used sparingly and is found in small touches on lighting, furniture, textiles and decorative objects, bringing a little sweetness and refinement. If at the time of Louis XV, the passementerie sometimes made a little too much in Rococo styles being used without restraint, it is today a fancy chic asset that accessorizes and sublimates the decorations. Some ideas :