Take a first look at the H&M Home designer collection with Jonathan Adler

No More Minimalism is here. The design master has joined forces with H&M Home

H&M Johnathan Adler

High Street favourite, H&M Home has announced its first-ever design collaboration is with the American designer, potter and author Jonathan Adler.

H&M have previously collaborated with the likes of fashion maestros Giambattista Valli, Kenzo and Isabel Marant, but this is a first for homeware.

The collection includes a range of bold and irreverent decorative pieces such as sculptures, vases, trays and boxes, and also mugs, candles, cushions and a throw. With bright colours, vivid patterns and bold accents, the store says 'it's a collaboration that encourages customers to live glamorously'.

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H&M Jonathan Adler homeware

Known for his modern, glamorous aesthetic – with a whisper of irreverence – Jonathan established his company in New York City in 1993.

The brand’s manifesto underlies everything Jonathan designs: 'We believe colours can’t clash;' 'We believe minimalism is a bummer;' and, above all, 'If your heirs won’t fight over it, we won’t make it.'

H&M Johnathan Adler

Tapping into Jonathan’s belief that your home should make you happy, the Jonathan Adler and H&M Home collaboration focuses on the social areas of the living room and lounge, with the campaign images shot in Adler’s colourful New York City home.

H&M Johnathan Adler

H&M Home’s Head of Design and Creative, Evelina Kravaev Söderberg, comments, 'Our first design collaboration is a wonderful opportunity to continue championing personal style in the home and we could not have found a better partner than Jonathan Adler.

His boundless energy and passion for irreverence is infused in every piece of this collection and we’re so excited to be offering our customers a glimpse into the Jonathan Adler world.'

H&M Johnathan Adler

'It has been a dream to work with H&M Home. I hope people enjoy the collection as much as I enjoyed designing it (but more than anything I hope that I can now call myself an honorary Swede)!' said Jonathan Adler.

H&M Johnathan Adler