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Get Design Inspiration from Badgley Mischka’s Home Decor Collection

We all know that no outfit is complete without a little accessorization. One of the fashion brands we trust most with elevating our outfits, Badgley Mischka, is making sure we can follow the same style philosophy through our home decor. The brand recently revealed eight unique home design collections as part of the Badgley Mischka Home line. These lines feature all the furniture, decorations, and functional accessories you need to make your living space one of a kind.

Here are some of our favorite pieces, and how you can incorporate them into your house:

A glowing candle is the quickest way to add some elegance and captivating fragrance to your room.

Badgley Mischka Home Moonflower Scented Candle, $70

Have you always dreamed of having a private dressing room, just like celebrities? This elegant room screen can help you divide up a space just like you’re an Old Hollywood star.

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Astaire Room Screen, $2,250

To display your favorite prints or photos, go all out with a statement-making wall piece. This one really has a fashion designer’s touch.

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Belle 22″ x 6″ x 18″ Photo Collage in Silver, $750

Mirrors don’t have to be just for checking out your outfit in. They can also act as a contemporary art piece for your bedroom!

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Artisan Handcrafted Crawford Mirror 36″ x 1″ x 46″, $850

You may have caught Richard Magazine’s recent interview with the Badgley Mischka team, where we found out how the designer’s fashion line influences their bridal collection. Our sister site House Tipster also recently caught up with designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka at their brand’s furniture showcase at High Point Market in North Carolina. Through this interview, we learned all about how fashion also colors their interior design work.

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