Fashion label French Connection has launched a new home and lifestyle collection, and if you're a fan of the brand's classic clothing lines, its homeware offering is bound to appeal.
The collection is grouped into buys for the living room and bedroom and includes soft furnishings, bedding, ceramics, lighting, storage and occasional furniture. All use the same natural materials and neutral colour palette of taupe, white, tan, grey, blue and black, so that many pieces across the range work naturally together.
Our top buys include the stitched linen throws, £110, and black porthole mirrors, from £49 each, not to mention the stunning driftwood stools, from £95 for the smallest (all pictured).
When it comes to glassware and ceramics, there are more gorgeous pieces, ranging from shapely vases in seeded glass or hammered steel, to the more vibrant striped tableware in coastal blue and white.
The collection is available online and in selected French Connection stores across the country.
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Lisa is Deputy Editor of Style at Home magazine and regularly contributes to sister title Ideal Home. She has written about interiors for more than 25 years and about pretty much every area of the home, from shopping and decorating, crafts and DIY to real home transformations and kitchen and bathroom makeovers. Homes and interiors have always been a passion and she never tires of nosying around gorgeous homes, whether on TV, online, in print or in person.
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