5 Fashion Brands That Recently Joined the Home Decor Game (& Are Killing It)

published Oct 18, 2017
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(Image credit: Gucci)

Lately we’ve spotted an interesting trend: long-standing fashion brands getting into the home space. While brands like Missoni, Fendi, and Ralph Lauren have been in the game for a while, a new generation of fashion houses have begun dipping their toes in the waters of home decor. Here are five of the most notable.

(Image credit: Gucci)

Starting in September, Gucci brought its signature over-the-top style to a line of home furnishings and accessories. Currently the scope of the line is fairly narrow, so decking out an entire room in Gucci remains a faraway dream—but, if you have the money, you can now accent your space with lacquered Chiavari chairs embroidered with tigers, and velvet cushions covered in snakes.

Least expensive item: A bee incense burner, for $195. (You can also get this covered rooster mug for the same price, although I’m a bit confused about the utility of a lid on a mug.)

Most expensive item: A tufted velvet screen, for $32,000.

(Image credit: Badgley Mischka)

This formidable fashion house introduced their new home line at New York Fashion Week in February. Everything is very, very shiny, and even a bit ponderous—these are definitely not pieces for small spaces. But they’re certainly very striking, especially if you want your home to look like a fancy hotel lobby.

Least expensive item: A silver card holder, for $90. (The matching desk will set you back $3,600.)

Most expensive item: This gold credenza, for $9,000.

(Image credit: Vera Bradley)

I’ll be honest: I always thought those quilted bags looked a little like bedspreads, so to me it makes perfect sense that Vera Bradley would introduce a line of bedding. Their line of quilts and shams debuted earlier this year, so now you can dress your home in their signature prints.

Least expensive item: There are plenty of throw pillows and shams to be had for $29.99, including this jaunty striped one.

Most expensive item: A king sized comforter set, which includes two shams, is $179.99.

(Image credit: Kate Spade Home)

In this collection, which launched in 2016, Kate Spade’s cheerful, feminine looks have been elegantly translated to a line of homewares. The downside is the prices, which, at least for the furniture pieces, can be a bit steep, but the good news for fans of the brand is that there are also lots of smaller pieces that will put less of a strain on the budget.

Least expensive item: A polka dot coffee mug, for $7.

Most expensive item: A brass, walnut and marble credenza, for $14,615.

(Image credit: Louis Vuitton)

Since 2012, Louis Vuitton has been adding limited-edition pieces to this collection inspired by the spirit of travel. This year, they added 10 more, for a total of 25. The collection, created by world-renowned designers like the Campana Brothers and Patricia Urquiola, contains some very intriguing pieces. Since I was unable to find any kind of prices for them anywhere, I am forced to conclude that they are far out of the reach of the average Apartment Therapy reader (and writer)—but they’re certainly fun to look at.