Fetish fever – reVAMP your home

Fetish style is rocking the fashion houses right now, as seen in the latest collections by Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and Louis Vuitton, and this powerful unapologetic trend seems to have dived straight into homewares too. The twist on this fetish feel at home mixes black sheer and sleek leather finishes with a few stud details and a splash of intricate, and mostly flocked, pattern. It’s a sassy look that creates a dramatic mood, which is perfect for evening entertaining. The fetish trend is a little bit goth, a little bit ghoul, and ultimately ever so cool. Indulge in leather chairs, sheer curtains and dark, brooding wallpapers. But just go easy on the creaking floorboards. Here’s a few key pieces to look out for…
Witching hour: Barbara Hulanicki Skulls wallpaper pictured with Barbara Hulanicki Vampire and Sanguine paint from Graham & Brown (above). Barbara Hulanicki has also just launched a capsule collection of flock wallpaper celebrating the dastardly delights of the dark side of Disney. The range includes the mesmerising Maleficent wallpaper and Diablo wallpaper (both pictured below).

Heads will roll: Apparently Meg Matthews is a fan of these Diamante Skulls from Dwell. If it’s good enough for Meg…

Add edge: B&Q raises the bar as does B&Q’s Black Diamante cushion (below)…

Ladies that lunch: Eye-catching decorative Burlesque plates from Dupenny add va-va-voom to the dining table and give Dita Von Teese a run for her money. Choose from Lolita, Peaches, Gigi and the lovely Ophelia designs.

A night on the tiles: Roost Living has a stunning selection of fetish-inspired wall tiles including this eyelash tile that’s sure to give you the chills. In a good way.

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Emily Peck, Editor

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