No longer the design preference of musty old homes or twee bargain bin finds, the fringe trend has well and truly proven itself in the design community. Interior designers (including Natalia Miyar, Paolo Moschino, Louise Bradley and Martin Brudnizki) are joining the ranks of furniture and decor designers Ben & Aja Blanc, Munna et al in rethinking this age-old trend.
From boho wall hangings to ultra-plush chaises this trend runs the gamut of design styles so there’s something for everyone. If you’re new to the trend (or apprehensive), fringe home decor will offer the look in a subtle way. For maximalists, there are great ways to incorporate the trend into your furniture designs. Read on for some of the best ways to use fringing in your interiors.