Leaf prints and lamps: you’d never guess who designed these fab finds

Fashion designers around the world have teamed up with some amazing brands and brought out their own homeware collections, with that extra touch of style.

With exotic leaf print cushions to creepy-crawly throws, embellished mirrors to clashing animal print duvet covers, there’s sure to be something to suit everyone.

Fashion North have showcased some of these stylish collections below, to give your house that cutting edge. We promise you’ll want to show these off in your home.

Source: The Habitat Blog

 

Henry Holland’s House of Holland collection for high street favourite brand, Habitat, is most definitely a must-have. His collection shows off all things jungle print and bright colours overpower his collection. To view, click here.

 

Fashion designer and now dedicated interior designer, Jasper Conran, was first approached in 2001 by well-known home-accessory brand Wedgwood to begin his own homeware collection. Conran’s designs are understated yet elegant, giving a hint of class to your home. Follow this link, to see more of the collection.

Source: Osborne & Little

 

With cuban style wallpaper to aztec printed curtains, Matthew Williamson’s collection with Osborne & Little is a collaboration not to miss. The turquoise, jade and teal fabrics give a vibrant Indian finish, which add to the detail of his designs. If you’re looking to add a colour feature to your living room, you will not be disappointed. View the collection here.

 

Source: Designers Guild

Christian Lacroix’s interior fabric designs for Designers Guild, channel 80s fashion, showing wildlife, clashing prints and embellishments. Everything you’d expect not to work, works in the House of Lacroix’s collection. The wild and wonderful collection, continues to surprise us with more colour and pattern than ever before. To view this collection, follow this link.

Whether you have an eye for lavish designs and bold prints or something slightly more subtle, these designer finds are sure to add style to your home. Unfortunately they are at the top end of most of our budgets, but you could always take inspo and then head to your usual homeware store.

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