We all like a little embellishment, writes Jennifer Veerhuis
The dictionary definition of fringing is something regarded as peripheral or secondary, but when it comes to decorating, it’s elements such as a fringe or tassels that can make all the difference.
They’re also a fantastic way to add a textured accent to your home.
Often associated with a hippie chic look or boho vibe, more recently fringing has been appearing on international catwalks, with dresses, jackets and skirts all featuring fabulous fringing and tassels.
If you want to try the trend at home, perhaps start with fringed cushions and a throw with tassels for a pop of personality.
Rows of gorgeous fringing make this a picture perfect quilt cover. Made of cotton percale, each double set includes a quilt cover and two pillowcases. Home Republic Taho quilt cover set in dusty rose from Adairs, $189.99 (double), adairs.com.au
The fringing on this basket gives it an ultra-cool look, making it a stylish storage solution. Home Republic fringe collapsible basket in silver, from Adairs, from $29.99, adairs.com.au
Made of European linen, this throw features tassels and has a diamond pin tuck finish. 100 per cent linen sahara throw from Curious Grace, $250, curiousgrace.com.au