The best fringe finds for you this summer

May 16, 2014 at 6:58 p.m. ET

Unlike your mom’s fringe of the 70s, today’s interpretations are far sleeker.

What goes around comes around. Fringe is back in a big way, making appearances in both fashion and interior design, shaking off its staid reputation and looking newly modern these days Unlike your mom’s fringe of the 70s, today’s interpretations are far sleeker.

Check out these fantastic fringe finds I found for you.

This bullion fringe is the perfect accessory for that stale, old chair in the corner. Add a single trim of this around the bottom of your accent chair and give it an instant facelift. It brings it a touch of class without altering the entire look.

These cabinet pulls are sure to add style and grace to any piece of furniture in the house. The old gold finish gives this hardware an antique look without the price tag.

My two obsessions, gold and fringe had a baby and its name is the Atlantis J06S Chandelier. The cascade of gold-plated nickel chains falling from the whimsical structure makes for the ultimate statement piece. You definitely need to dig deep into your pockets for this splurge, but I can guarantee it’s going to be worth it.

Nate Berkus knows a thing or two about home decor and he’s on top of the fringe following with this new piece for his Target Collection. The sleek profile and subtle fabric choice is the perfect backdrop for the pops of fringe on this perfect pillow. Mix and match your existing pillows with a few of these bad boys and you have an instant transformation for summer.

Put a little pep in your step with these Brian Atwood booties. The teal suede and the sexy stiletto silhouette are sure to make him watch you walk away.

These netted fringe placemats from Anthropologie will spice up any tablescape. The black-and-white backdrop makes it so easy to bring in any colors, and the touch of fringe is the perfect way to bring in the texture.

It’s time to talk fashion and fringe with this little beauty. I’m a sucker for a good clutch and this is sure to be a showstopper for a night out on the town. The color goes with anything and the movement of the fringe when you're walking or dancing makes this a true statement piece.

I’m always wearing simple studs, but when I want to amp it up, adding a little fringe is the way to go. These Iosselliani mismatched fringe earrings elongate the face and flow perfectly with your beachy waves.

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