Henry Holland launches homeware at Habitat - take a sneak peek!

We take a closer look at the new House of Holland range at Habitat - sunglasses at the ready!

Love clashing prints and statement features? Well, we might have just the ticket...

Fashion designer Henry Holland has branched out into interiors, launching House of Holland at Habitat with his signature style.

room with blue door and multi coloured printed cushions

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The S/S capsule collection is inspired by Fear
& Loathing in Las Vegas
, and uses Henry's loud and proud prints from his SS16 catwalk.

The collection - featuring rugs, cushions and sofas - has a bold mix of florals, bugs, creepy crawlies and fish, and is described by the man himself his ‘boldest collaboration so far'.

room with sofaset with cushions and rug on floor

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Speaking about his collection, which has been designed for both clashing layers or to make a stand alone statement with one killer piece, Henry said: ‘We've grounded the collection with our Paradise Leaf print
on sofa and rug, a sophisticated motif that works in both a traditional and contemporary setting.

‘Then to get our Hunter S.Thompson on, we've introduced a capsule of hedonistic cushions with contrasting prints on each side and finished with a reversible throw in hallucinatory Pufferfish print.'

crocodile printed cushion

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The capsule collection features 13 pieces, with cushions from £35 right up to a 3-seater sofa for £1,500.

The full collection can be seen online at

What do you think?

If Henry's new launch is up your street, you don't want to miss the Katie Eary collection at Ikea.


Tamara was Ideal Home's Digital Editor before joining the Woman & Home team in 2022. She has spent the last 15 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, both now at Future PLC. It’s with these award wining interiors teams that she's honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing. Tamara is always ahead of the curve when it comes to interiors trends – and is great at seeking out designer dupes on the high street.