6 designer home décor collaborations that you can actually afford
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Not everyone has an interior designer on speed dial. Creating stylish surroundings in your living space can be a daunting task no matter your personal style, especially when you’ve depleted your housemates’ opinions on your décor choices.
So, we’ve found a few places to turn for inspiration (and actual products) that bring you straight into the minds and visions of the hottest trendsetters in interior design. These visionaries have collaborated with mainstream, affordable retailers to bring you their own collections of furniture, accents, art, and more—at realistic prices.
Rebecca Minkoff, Jason Wu, and Christian Siriano at Lowe’s
When you think fashion and style, big box home improvement stores don’t typically come to mind. But, as 2020’s coronavirus pandemic has given us work-from-home vibes and going out restrictions, we’ve abandoned our own daily dress up and are dressing up our home instead.
Call it the intersection of home and style. Lowe’s has launched “straight-off-the-runway” curations in a nod to New York Fashion Week.
Selections are inspired by revered designers’ “definitions of home.” Rebecca Minkoff’s Ode to New York, Jason Wu’s Paradise in the City, and Christian Siriano’s Laidback Elegance are edits of the available home décor items already available at Lowe’s that reveal how each designer would furnish their own homes with chairs, lamps, rugs, tables, pillows, and even artificial plants.
- Shop NYFW Curation by Rebecca Minkoff at Lowe's
- Shop NYFW Curation by Jason Wu at Lowe's
- Shop NYFW Curation by Christian Siriano at Lowe's
Leanne Ford at Crate & Barrel
Interior designer Leanne Ford launches two new collections this fall in collaboration with Crate & Barrel, after successfully teaming up with the popular home retailer this past spring.
Her textured dining and tabletop collection offers appeal to frequent dinner party hosts and anyone who loves a cozy kitchen.
Ford also fuses mom know-how with design passion to make it easy for parents to build a laid-back living space for children through her collaboration with Crate&kids.
In it, Ford scales down many styles from her adult spring 2020 collection (like the Canyon Black Canopy Twin Bed) into 60 different items. She also features a theme of serene neutrals accented with indigo blue and sandstone pink, and even a little rock 'n' roll along the way, as seen in the Motorcycle Ride-on and the Guitar rug.
Chip and Joanna Gaines at Target
HGTV design duo Chip and Joanna Gaines’ home and lifestyle brand Magnolia is poised to help in your design decisions with their Hearth & Hand collection created exclusively for Target.
The collection includes everything from accent pieces and art to main focal points, such as dining chairs, coffee tables, and entry benches. Fill empty corners with lush faux greenery, toss around throw pillows and blankets, and create furniture foundations for every room in your home.
There’s even a wallpaper and paint section to explore (hit the right 2020 trend notes with chalk paint in navy blue Silos District or golden yellow Bright Days).
Bobby Berk at A.R.T. Furniture
When he’s not part of the Fab Five hosting his Emmy Award-winning “Queer Eye” show on Netflix, Bobby Berk is creating happiness one room at a time as an interior design expert.
His collaboration with A.R.T. Furniture for the bedroom, dining room, and living room includes highlights such as platform beds sans box springs, modular upholstery designs for smaller living spaces, and multifunctional pieces.
Berk thinks of everything—yes, even those are hidden USB ports in a sofa. With materials such as terrazzo tabletops, satin brass, geometric veneer patterns, vegan leather, boucle fabrics, and velvet upholstery, style moments channel mid-century inspirations and Art Deco nods, for smiles all around.
Grace Mitchell at At Home
Interior designer, influencer, and HGTV star Grace Mitchell recently debuted an exclusive collection with home décor superstore At Home. The collaboration is a first for Mitchell and boasts more than 400 items at very affordable prices.
From wood trays to comforter sets, vintage wooden suitcases to tufted benches, she hits every note (there are even shower curtains and monogrammed trinket trays). She employs a gentle color palette for most, layering floral with geometric prints (her Jade Garden designs are a favorite) to put a fresh spin on timeless traditional.
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent at Living Spaces
Interior design powerhouses and partners Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are elevating the look of American homes through Nate & Jeremiah for Living Spaces.
Consumers who appreciate refined lines and classic silhouettes, luxurious materials and captivating textures, will love the new furniture and accessories line that boasts small ottomans, huge sectional couches, and every nesting glide accent table in between.
Their Centre collection is inspired by the classic French chateau aesthetic, while architectural lines meet 1940’s design in the Gramercy collection.
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