Miranda Kerr Launched Her Own Furniture Line, and It’s a Perfect Mix of Style and Comfort

published Oct 31, 2020
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Model Miranda Kerr has set out on a new adventure as a furniture designer. Together with Universal Furniture, Kerr launched her very own line of clean-cut home items inspired by geometry, mid-century modern design, and airy elegance. Now you can shop Kerr’s collection and bring some of her high-fashion aesthetic into your own space.

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Kerr’s line is called Love. Joy. Bliss., and each piece is crafted with functionality at the forefront. Being a mother of three boys, Kerr knows that comfort and dirt-hiding neutral tones come first. Her Instyle Chair ($1,435), for example, is the best of both. 

“I have a piece that’s dark green, and it shows so much more dust than the cream one does,” Kerr tells Domino. She has also employed the use of performance fabrics on most of her upholstered furniture so that upkeep stays minimal and easy.

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Kerr was also heavily inspired by the shapes of crystals—one of her favorite things to decorate her home with. So, many pieces in her Love. Joy. Bliss. collection feature angular and irregular sides, like her Sydney Bunching Cocktail Tables ($1,070).

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And in some instances, Kerr took her crystal inspiration quite literally like with her Hexagon Martini Table ($935) which has a translucent blue lacquer top that looks like a slab of aquamarine crystal.

“I really am such a lover of home, and a personal space can help us feel comforted and at ease,” Kerr continued. “My hope is that these pieces uplift.” 

Kerr’s collection has items for almost every room in your home including beds, dressers, desks, and even a full-on bar. You can check out the entire collection on the Universal Furniture website and shop your favorite pieces on sites like One Kings Lane or from your local furniture boutique.