With these on-trend items, your home can be as stylish as the Fashion Week runway.
Shine abounded on this year's runway, as seen in metallic gold pieces like this jacket by .
Bring the shine home with this malachite pyramid stacking box. $398, .
Beading isn't just for summer camp projects. The craft staple takes on a new level of chic with subtly glimmering designs at New York Fashion Week, like this dress from .
Add beading to your coffee table with a set of these glamorous coasters fashioned from glittery deep charcoal beads. $20 for four, .
It's official: The world is obsessed with fur, and with colder temperatures just around the corner, we're not complaining. This stylish jacket from makes fur cozy cool.
Make a furry statement you can rest your feet on with this faux flokati stool. $75, .
Though florals are typically for spring, with dashes of jewel tones such as deep purple and ruby red, the pattern becomes perfect for a mysterious fall look. This design from makes us want to relax in a autumnal garden, hot cocoa in hand.
The Rosslyn Wallpaper mixes deep fall hues with spring green, winter white, and summer pink for an all-season wallcovering. Price upon request, .
Neutral tones are reemerging on this year's runway, and there's nothing boring about them. From shell white to this design's sandy hue, neutral tones allow for creativity and class, in your wardrobe and the rest of your home.
This painted porcelain Sunset Street Vase features a blend of neutrals that's anything but basic. $200, .
Greetings, '70s. We've missed you. The ruffles hitting this year's Fashion Week, however, are a bit more relaxed than the tightly curled ruffled blouses of decades past. This design from flaunts the unique blend of sophistication and playfulness that the flounces embody.
Where better to be playful in the home than in the bath? The Ann Gish Ruffled Shower Curtain has a petticoat effect. $310, .
Why opt for one pattern when you can mix three? This year's pattern trends are nothing short of daring, and this ensemble from says it's on point to mix palm leaves, plaid and snakeskin. Cue a thousand-and-one new possibilities for outfits and home decor.
Dusty pink is a color trend you'll want to, er, dust off from the '50s. While the shade lends a sweet elegance that is easy to coordinate with other items, it still manages to pack in personality, like this stunning dress from .
Betty Draper herself couldn't pick a better place to sit than the Rose Pink Tyley Chair. $260, .
Contemporary art museum, meet our closets. Chunky designs, such as the block design on this dress by , are stealing the show at this year's Fashion Week — and they're also begging to make a statement in your home.
The chunky geometry of the Division Rug is a work of art for your floor. $799 (8' x 10'), .
Note that this doesn't herald the advance of hot pink zebra any time soon, but animal prints in subdued hues such as creamy white and muted gold are being spotted (see what we did there?) all over this year's Fashion Week runways. Exhibit A: this robe from .
Get a little wild and throw a couple of Pearl Velvet Cheetah Pillows on your sofa. $339 per pair, .