5 Things We Love about French Connection Home

Each season, this fashion store's Home collection goes from strength to strength. Here's why we love it...


For Autumn-Winter 19/20 the brand has extended its sustainable offering to include woven rugs, made with recycled plastic bottles – yes you read that right – the plastic is cleverly turned into a silky yarn that can be woven and holds colour and print beautifully.

There are also bold, textured cushions made with recycled denim, and more shimmering recycled glassware.

Lunar blue cushion, £48; Large Indigo Mist rug £220; Sea Storm denim and leather rug, £125; Terrazzo candles, from £19, French Connection.

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The new space in Duke Street, Mayfair houses women’s and men’s wear, accessories, homeware and fragrance and feels more like a cool independent boutique than a high street stalwart. There’s even an artisan coffee shop Fernandez & Wells, where you can sip a macchiatto, glass of wine or bite to eat between purchases.


As with its fashion side, French Connection is on the money where trends are concerned, leading the way with its rattan and cane furniture and industrial-style lighting.

French cane cupboard, £650; Molteni table lamp, £95; Magma vase, £19; Concrete candle, £14, French Connection.


While French Connection isn’t the only High Street fashion brand to have nailed furniture and homeware, their lighting is on a par with some of the more premium interiors destinations. Who’da thought you could pick this beauty up with with a new clutch or coat at the same time?

Crystal sphere ceiling light, £660; Tokyo carver chair, £180; Tokyo chair, £160; Round wooden dining table, £545, French Connection.


Made with different timbers and metals, the latest Le Brun furniture collection manages to be both current and classic. These earthy natural tones have longevity and are easy to mix with other more trend-led pieces.

Coco sling leather chair, £375; Pastel tribal cushion, £30; Interstellar rug, £125; Rodeo pouffe, £120; French Connection.

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