H&M Home Is Collaborating With Jonathan Adler and Wow, We're in Decor Heaven
Asking us to name our favorite H&M collaboration is like asking us to pick a favorite child. How could we possibly choose between those elaborate Giambattista Valli gowns, printed pieces from Kenzo, or Isabel Marant’s cozy knits? However, the store’s latest partnership is one we’re particularly excited about — and, it actually has nothing to do clothing. Rather, H&M HOME is now getting in on the fun, releasing a handful decor staples by none other than Jonathan Adler.
That’s right: InStyle can exclusively confirm that the designer and brand synonymous with all things home design will now be even more attainable, with an assortment of pieces hitting select H&M stores and hm.com on Nov. 14 — AKA just in time for holiday party season.
“Our first design collaboration is a wonderful opportunity to continue championing personal style in the home and we could not have found a better partner than Jonathan Adler,” Evelina Kravaev Söderberg, H&M HOME’s Head of Design and Creative, said via press release. “His boundless energy and passion for irreverence is infused in every piece of this collection and we’re so excited to be offering our customers a glimpse into the Jonathan Adler world.”
So, what, exactly, should we plan on adding to our shopping list? While photos of the exact items are still under wraps, the collection will include a mix of sculptures, vases, trays, boxes, mugs, candles, and cushions, as well as a throw with the words “naughty” and “nice” on it. Obviously, each piece will have Jonathan Adler’s signature modern-meets-glamorous aesthetic, and there will be plenty of bright colors and bold prints. The exact price range is also unknown, but a short vase is set at 49,99 EUR (around $55 USD) and a candle box costs 29,99 EUR (around $34 USD).
We'll likely have to move pretty fast the day of the launch, as we have a feeling this stuff will sell out quickly (especially that throw). The silver lining, though, is that a fist H&M HOME collaboration implies there will be a second, so there’s a decent chance that even more cute, affordable, designer home goods are in our near future.