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Met Gala 2018: Red Carpet-Inspired Interiors

By: Amy Wicks

May 8, 2018

Image via Vogue.com

Fashion’s biggest event of the year–the Met Gala–took New York City by storm last night, with Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Kate Moss, Blake Lively and many more stars, models and designers celebrating the grand opening of the exhibition “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.

If you like fashion, there is no bigger night to stay home, constantly refresh Instagram and take in all those gorgeous gowns. If home design is more your thing (yes!), the red carpet also happens to serve as the ultimate inspiration for your space.

Seeing Red

Met Gala 2018: Red Carpet-Inspired Interiors

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As we’ve reported, red is a hot color for 2018. Think more Valentino red (bright and bold) as opposed to a more muted shade. If you’re looking for some inspiration, let this beautiful gown serve as your guide!

Make a Statement

Met Gala 2018: Red Carpet-Inspired Interiors

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From a statement ceiling to a bold accent wall, eye-catching pops of color and wallpaper in bold patterns have been embraced like never before! We loved Amal Clooney’s bespoke trouser look, but it was her rose and lily-printed train that got our attention! Could you see this print in your home?

Golden Hour

Met Gala 2018: Red Carpet-Inspired Interiors

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If you want to instantly add a bit of glamour to your space, go for a gilded bar cart, luxe armchairs or golden light fixtures. After seeing Kate Bosworth’s angelic gown with flecks of gold, we fell in love with this romantic hue all over again.

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