Wardrobe or Walls?

Wardrobe or Walls?

Ever look from what you’re wearing to what’s on your walls and see a common thread? We do too—and it’s no secret that interior designers often assess clients’ sartorial choices to inform designs that speak to them. “Our closets and our spaces often reflect a single aesthetic. We gravitate toward the same colors and schemes, from what we wear to how we live,” says Fiona Leonard, principal of Fiona Leonard Interiors in Darien, Connecticut.

To prove the point, we asked Fiona to imagine rooms around our signature fall turtleneck colors. The result? Total style synergy that may have you inspired to reimagine your surroundings this season.

“This green takes a cue right from nature. I paired it with an animal-inspired pattern, reptile texture, luxurious fur and a botanical—with a surprising pop of blue—to keep it rich and organic.” Shop the shade.

“This bright golden yellow is a personal favorite. It’s perennial, but for fall I would put it with a chunky knit, rich velvet and a classic plaid to give it dimension.” Shop the shade.

“Is there any shade more universally beloved than navy? With a neutral backdrop and infusions of pattern and texture, this is a go-to hue that stands the test of trends and time.” Shop the shade.

“There is so much creative freedom in designing a little girl’s room, because they so often want to emulate mom’s sophisticated style. I took the marshmallow hue of the turtleneck and added dynamic pattern (complete with that irresistible penguin), for a timelessly cozy look that will grow with her.” Shop the shade.


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