Every piece from Victoria Beckham’s cosy winter homewares collection
11th Dec 2020
The popstar-turned-fashion designer has turned her hand to a curated line of beautiful homewares
We all have our muses when it comes to design. From fashion to interiors to beauty, some women just seem to have it all together, their style completely in sync. And one such woman that we’d all love to take inspiration from is Victoria Beckham.
The previous Spice Girl, who first turned her hand to fashion design in 2008 and has since built one of the most coveted minimalist labels in the world, has now released a homewares collection, further solidifying her reputation as our ultimate design muse. Beckham style is sophisticated, elegant and timeless, and her latest foray into the world of design is no different – a curated line of blankets, cushions and scarves to combat what can be the dullest and dreariest time of the year.
Victoria Beckham at Home is a line of six pieces – a blanket, a cushion and a scarf, each in two colourways – that have been expertly crafted from a luxurious mohair and wool blend. Just 50 pieces of each style have been produced, with a sell-out predicted for Beckham’s first, and perhaps not her last, foray into interiors.
While we hope this won’t be Beckham’s last dabble in interior and homewares, the pieces are beautiful enough to stand the test of time until she does. Below, we’ve listed each of the six pieces, for you to take your pic for your homewares moodboard.
Victoria Beckham at Home
Colour-Block Cushion In Red-Orange Multi, €220 (available for pre-order)
Colour-Block Cushion In Blue-Black Multi, €220 (available for pre-order)
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