Ever since The Wing (the stylish female coworking club network with a handful of locations) opened in Washington, D.C., those pink-fringed chairs in the common area have left us awestruck. We've seen fringe popping up these days, but usually it's more on the boho side. These pieces, however, are so much more glam — kind of a more modern take on old Hollywood, with a nod to Victorian roots. BTW, we found those chairs: They're made by Munna, a Portuguese furniture company that appears to largely manufacture for commercial projects. So while we may not be able to get (or, let's be real, afford) those chairs anytime soon, we are still looking to add some fringe-y fun to our homes.
This feels like it was made from a J.Lo dress circa 2004, and we're digging it.
The tiered look is a popular style when it comes to fringed light fixtures. This Urban Outfitters floor lamp is priced pretty reasonably.
Want to give your vanity a new look? Try swapping out the seat for this regal-looking chair.
Wow — if you're looking to really go for it, then why not place this hot pink cushioned seat in some random corner of your living room?
This Anthropologie chandelier is a tad pricey — you could follow our DIY for a similar look.
Full-on granny style. Loving it.
A slight pivot from traditional fringe — go metallic instead.
This bench-poof thing is Instagram gold.
The dainty pink on this H&M mirror makes it feel more glam than boho.
For less than $100, you could buy this fringed stool and not feel too bad if you decide it's not working in a year or two.
A trio of these fringed pendants would look so chic over a dining room table.
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