Jan 24, 2015

Get This: A Fringe Trend

Is it boho? Hippie? Western-inspired? Who cares why fringe is in, fringe is fun! It's just one more way to add that hand-crafted touch to your person or your home. Look for fringe on clothing, accessories, jewelry, prints (that channel the idea of fringe), and home goods. Here are just a few to get you started:

Sunny Gold by Tiffany Eley of Daly Bird, $49, Seattle, Show Pony

Nate Berkus Woven Fringe Pillow, $24.99, multiple locations, Target

Hand-Blown Glass Plant-Hanging Terrarium, $38, Eugene, Oregon Bluejays and Bumblebees on Etsy.com (Put a fringey air plant inside!)

Karolina Kroon wallpaper, $263, Vancouver,  Örling & Wu Home

Layered macrame wall hanging, $120, Seattle, FaireunNoeud on Etsy.com

Eloise Grape Throw, $210, Vancouver,  Örling & Wu Home 

Spencer Staley Droop Sculptural Hanging Lamp, $3,500.00, Portland, The Good Mod (see it in the magazine)

Downtown Clutch, small, $350, Vancouver, Mary Rich

Cover Fringe Pillow Cover, $39-$44, Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver, West Elm

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