Fringe Ben­e­fits

A hit on the run­ways, there’s no ques­tion that fringe is in fash­ion this fall. But dé­cor de­sign­ers are also tak­ing it home. Here are three fun ways to binge on fringe in your own house.

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Cozy and Cool These Soft Touch Throws are a sub­tle nod to the trend, adding mod­ern fringe to tra­di­tional flan­nels in three de­signs. And they’re su­per snug­gly to boot! $59, West Elm stores and on­line

Cut a Rug This fringe-em­bel­lished, 8-foot­long Nat­u­ral Leather Dres­sage Run­ner mixes ma­te­ri­als—tra­di­tion­ally hand­wo­ven cot­ton cord­ing and soft leather up­cy­cled from shoe and bag fac­to­ries—to cre­ate a neu­tral look that’s any­thing but ba­sic. $60, cb2.com

Pil­low Piz­zazz Chip and Joanna Gaines (of Fixer Up­per fame) de­signed this Knit Tas­sel Throw Pil­low for their new Hearth & Hand Col­lec­tion for Tar­get (launch­ing Nov. 5). Us­ing for­est green fringe trim, they've mixed a mod­ern trend with a tra­di­tional ca­ble-knit style. $25, Tar­get stores and on­line

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