Trend Report: Fall 2015
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Trend Report: Fall 2015

Whether we realize it or not, trends permeate every aspect of our lives. While we may think that trends are confined to one domain (i.e. fashion), in reality, they're fluid and transcend boundaries. We've analyzed the big trends for Fall '15 and discovered how they influence the world of home decor, fashion, and yes - your bedding. Which trend is your favourite?

Trend #1: Into the Woods

Think cozy cabins, heaps of fur, and layers of wood texture. This fall, it's all about rustic style. We're loving all things woodsy and sustainable, au naturel. You'll see lots of soft neutrals paired with earth tones.

Michael Kors (FW15)

Lavato White

Jane Kim Design


Timber Wolf Faux Fur Throw


Trend #2: Modern & Masculine

Classic Italian men's shirting has always translated beautifully to the bed, but this fall it's coming on strong with bold stripes. Look for interesting textures like tweed, houndstooth, and herringbone, all inspired by the bespoke tailoring of London's Savile Row.

Lavato Rigato Charcoal

Derek Lam (FW15)



Trend #3: Incandescent Tones

Our favourite neutrals for Fall '15 are literally luminous. In tones of sparkling champagne and lustrous pearls, this palette embodies elegance and luxury. Look for neutrals that shimmer and shine.

Luisa Beccaria (FW15)

Gonzaga Pearl

SLC Interiors

Ginestra Sand

Trend #4: Relaxed Living

While pyjama dressing has been a fashion trend for a few years, a new wave of relaxed style is now at the forefront. This look isn't rumpled or messy - think refined layers of natural materials (linen, silk, washed cotton) with a lived-in look. On the fall runways, this casual style translated into lots (and lots!) of delicate slipdresses with a sophisticated nightwear feel.

Lavato Linen Contrast Grey

Jil Sander FW15

Lavato Linen White

Trend #5: Texture Play

This fall, we give you permission to go ahead and touch everything! Textures have gotten a fall-ready makeover; we're seeing a soft and luxurious melange of velvet, knit, linen, and washed fabrics.

Sonia Rykiel FW15

James Thomas Interiors

Vitis Chenille Sand