H&M Home X Diane von Furstenburg: sneak peak of the new collection

H&M Home to launch joyful collaboration with DVF

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H&M HOME has collaborated with international fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg on a modern interiors collection that encourages expressions of personal style in the home.

Launching next week on April 16, the collaboration brings together von Furstenberg’s iconic fashion prints and colour play to the world of H&M HOME interiors. 

Diane von Furstenberg’s vast archive of prints has been brought to life in a new and exciting way for the home. The joyful colours and motifs will enliven the world of interiors for fans of H&M HOME around the world.

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Embracing powerful visuals and personal expression, there will be vases, cushion covers, blankets, candles and more. The entire collection will be made up of 31 pieces, featuring zebra and leopard print, kissable lip pattern, and the famous 'Diane' print.

'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. 

'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,' says Diane von Furstenberg.

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'The prints in the H&M HOME collaboration are very iconic. The ‘Diane’ print I created 20 years ago when I started the company, while the lips print comes from the painting Andy Warhol did of me,' explains the designer. 

'Personally, I love animal prints – zebra is very DVF – and also vibrant orange and pinks, but monochrome black and white is very chic, too. The whole collection is fabulous, and I can’t wait to share it with everyone.' 

Here are a sneak peak at a couple of the pieces we can't wait to shop.

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The main stand out pieces for us have to be the orange and red glass vase that was used to tease the collection back in November. Available in different sizes these will make the perfect focal point for a coffee table.

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If you are looking for a stylish place to store your trinkets, or just a luxurious treat without the price tag then these lacquer-like boxes and trays are perfect. Decorated in the iconic zebra print, they're a showstopper piece you'll want to show off. 

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For true DVF fans you can pick up a range of stylish candles featuring the designer favourite scent - amber. The scent is used in each large candle in the collection, while the smaller ones are scented with cedarwood, sandalwood, amber and pine, chosen by Diane herself.

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The collection also includes a range of stylish blankets, pillows and wall prints to brighten up your living room. However, one of the hero pieces is actually wearable - a robe featuring the 'Diane' pattern, which the designer is pictured in for the campaign.

Remember to add the 16th April to your diary or risk missing out on these incredible pieces.

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Jacky Parker

Jacky Parker is a London-based freelance journalist and content creator, specialising in interiors, travel and food. From buying guides and real home case studies to shopping and news pages, she produces a wide range of features for national magazines and SEO content for websites


A long-time contributor to Livingetc, as a member of the team, she regularly reports on the latest trends, speaking to experts and discovering the latest tips. Jacky has also written  for other publications such as Homes and Gardens, Ideal Home, Red, Grand Designs, Sunday Times Style and AD, Country Homes and Interiors and ELLE Decoration.