House of Holland x Habitat want to inject more colour in your apartment

Interior decor is a funny one, there is a myth that you can’t get anything nice for your house unless you have the salary of a City banker. Happily, the new interiors and fashion collaboration by designer Henry Holland and Habitat is set to change that.

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The capsule collection of key pieces, including cushions, a sofa, a rug and some throws, is totally printastic (this is not for shy and retiring types) and more importantly, affordable. The collection prices start at £35.00 and are available from habitat.co.uk/henry and houseofholland.co.uk.

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Inspired by Hunter S Thompson’s iconic novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, the collection is a mix of trippy florals and animal prints, destined to add some sun into your living room. Our favourite piece is the hand carved rug featuring a blow-up, oversized palm leaf design that creates a 3D effect in a juicy, palette. And if you love fashion, you’ll notice that a lot of these same prints were spotted on Henry Holland’s SS16 runway.

Speaking about the collaboration Henry said:

“I’ve wanted to design an interiors collection for years and translating ideas for a new industry has been such a rewarding process, looking at new techniques and materials which we haven’t used before.”

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This is not the first time we’ve seen the worlds of fashion and interiors collide. Earlier this year US based interiors brand Calico Wallpaper created a debut fashion line, inspired by its wallpaper collection. It’s a trend worth keeping an eye on and WGSN subscribers can explore the entire Lifestyle & Interiors section dedicated to the interrelation between these two worlds called Fashion Connection, where catwalks meet interiors by joining WGSN.



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