Menswear Making Its Way Into The Home

Just like a well tailored suit, menswear decor should be fitted to match your style and taste. Tweeds, plaids and houndstooth prints are not only slated for fashion. Menswear fabrics are getting as much play in the home as they do on the pages of fashion magazines. Take a look at how some of our favorite fashion looks can be used in the home.

The herringbone pattern, made popular by Coco Chanel herself, is once all the rage in the design world.

Coco Chanel

This Duralee herringbone fabric in linen will give your interiors a chic Parisian feel.

Duralee Landsdale Colle Fabric in Linen at DecoratorsBest

Another popular French fashion house, Lanvin, is also reintroducing the look of tweed into their Spring/Summer collection.

Photo via Lanvin

Want this look for your home? Try Scalamandre’s Milzig – Black Herringbone fabric.

Scalamandre's Milzig - Black Herringbone at DecoratorsBest

Designer Ralph Lauren knows how to use tweed both in the home and on the human form.

Photo via Ralph Lauren

 

Ralph Lauren's Edgewood Herringbone in Raffia at DecoratorsBest

Who know menswear could be so feminine and elegant? This tailored look is so versatile that it can be used in any room of your home. We gave you examples of the feminine side of menswear, now we want to show you how masculine it can be.

As we mentioned before Ralph Lauren knows his fabric. His all-American look is the perfect style for you home office or library.

Photo via Ralph Lauren Home

This style fabric is so timeless. We can even vision the great fictional detective Sherlock Holmes sitting behind that desk.

Ralph Lauren's Fox Run Glen Plaid in Woodland at DecoratorsBest

Plaid is another menswear style that has been equally popular in the home as it has been in the fashion world.

Photo via Ralph Lauren Home

 

Ralph Lauren Galloway Shetland Plaid in Hazel at DecoratorsBest

Bring a little bit of tailored style into your home with these fabrics available at DecoratorsBest.com.

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