H&M Home has announced an exciting new collaboration with international fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg.

Set to launch next year, the range will embrace powerful visuals and encourage expressions of personal style in the home, so expect some statement pieces to transform your living space.

The collection will bring together von Furstenberg’s iconic fashion prints and colour play to the world of H&M Home interiors, focusing on soft furnishings and accessories, such as vases, cushion covers, blankets, candles and more.

‘Diane von Furstenberg’s vast archive of prints, along with von Furstenberg’s life experience as a successful and creative woman, has been a joy to bring to the world of interiors for H&M Home customers around the world,’ reads the press release.

Speaking about the collection, Diane von Furstenberg said: ‘I’m thrilled to be collaborating with H&M Home, especially since I have such a passion for interiors. The home is both a relaxing and empowering place where you can really “own’ a look or feel.

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H&M Home

‘With this collaboration, I want people to take charge of their home decor. The only rule I have is that your home should reflect who you are. The main point is to create a space that you’re incredibly comfortable in and is a true expression of your personality.’

Known for its designer fashion collaborations, in October last year H&M Home experimented with its first interiors partnership by teaming up with American designer and potter, Jonathan Adler, for a collection of decorative items.

And in August this year, H&M Home announced a beautiful botanical print collection with the British Museum, intertwining art with modern-day living.

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