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Get on trend with new high street line

Wednesday, 5th September, 2018 4:35pm

With bold colours and quirky touches, the new River Island homesware line will not disappoint fans of the high street store.

By creating homeware edits for each trend, customers will be able to shop the looks easily and refresh and update their home seasonally. Comprised of three key trends, the range includes luxury candles and diffusers, an assortment of luxurious Mongolian fur cushions and a selection of scatter tables.

Its Baby Doll collection, for example, has bold colours and touches of leopard and ombre which combine to create a kitsch and cheeky collection.

Luxe leopard ornaments and conversational prints emphasise a playful aesthetic with lip print cushions and cute slogan candles. Textured pastel vases, iridescent sequin beaded cushions and colourful faux furs add feminine touches with a quirky edge.

Electric Opulence and New Nordic are the other two trends, all of which will be in store and online.

Dayna Sofair, Head of Homeware Buying, River Island said: “The launch of our brand-new RI Home division heralds the beginning of an exciting chapter for us. Style doesn’t end at our clothes. Where we eat, the fragrance we wear and way we decorate our homes says as much about us as our favourite pair of jeans. With this in mind, we wanted to give our customer the chance to bring some of that signature River Island style and personality out of the wardrobe and into their homes.”

Prices range from €10-€370.

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