As of my last update in August 2023, I can provide information about some popular home decor collections that were trending at that time. However, please note that trends in home decor can change quickly, so it’s a good idea to check the latest updates and sources for the most current information. Here are ten home decor collections that were notable:
IKEA x Virgil Abloh “MARKERAD” Collection
This collaboration between IKEA and fashion designer Virgil Abloh brought a mix of contemporary art and functional design to home decor. The collection featured pieces like the iconic “KEEP OFF” rug and “SCULPTURE” bag.
Anthropologie x Joanna Gaines “Hearth & Hand” Collection:
A partnership between Anthropologie and interior designer Joanna Gaines, this collection embraced farmhouse-inspired decor with a modern twist. It included everything from kitchenware to furniture.
H&M Home Conscious Collection:
H&M’s Conscious Collection focused on sustainable and eco-friendly home decor items. It featured products made from organic and recycled materials, catering to the environmentally conscious consumer.
Target Opalhouse Collection:
Known for its vibrant and eclectic designs, the Opalhouse Collection at Target offered a mix of bohemian, global, and tropical-inspired home decor pieces.
West Elm x Pottery Barn Modern Baby Collection:
This collaboration brought together West Elm’s modern aesthetic and Pottery Barn’s timeless charm to create a collection of nursery and baby decor that appealed to a contemporary audience.
CB2 x Goop Collection:
A fusion of CB2’s modern design and Goop’s wellness-focused approach, this collection featured furniture and decor items that combined style with functionality.
Zara Home “Rustic” Collection:
Zara Home’s Rustic Collection embraced natural textures, earthy tones, and handmade elements, creating a cozy and warm ambiance in interior spaces.
Crate & Barrel “Leanne Ford” Collection:
Designed in collaboration with interior designer Leanne Ford, this collection offered minimalist and functional decor with a focus on neutral colors and organic materials.
Serena & Lily “Bungalow” Collection:
Known for its coastal-inspired designs, Serena & Lily’s Bungalow Collection brought a relaxed yet refined aesthetic to home decor, perfect for creating a beach house vibe.
Pottery Barn Teen “Emily & Meritt” Collection:
Pottery Barn Teen’s collaboration with designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliott resulted in a collection that combined vintage and whimsical elements, catering to a youthful and creative audience.
Please keep in mind that the popularity and availability of these collections may have changed since my last update. Always check the retailers’ websites or recent sources for the most accurate and up-to-date information on home decor collections.