Over the years, home furnishings retailer West Elm has collaborated with more than 100 independent designers ranging from small Etsy vendors to more established firms such as textiles brand Coyuchi.
The new assortment — Kate Spade Saturday’s first home collaboration — is a fun combination of West Elm’s clean-lined Midcentury-inspired aesthetic and Saturday’s playful, graphic style.
Highlights include colorful bedding priced between $24 to $119, decorative pillows ranging from $29 to $89, rugs and poufs combining jute and pops of neon ($129-$799), colorful and graphic wall art ($129 to $599) and mod accessories.
“We worked closely with the Kate Spade Saturday team to design a collection that embodies the signature aesthetics of both brands,” said West Elm Creative Director Vanessa Holden in a statement. “We had a lot of fun working together and playing with many of Kate Spade Saturday’s most popular patterns then translating them to inspired products for the home.”
The Kate Spade Saturday + West Elm collection will be available online beginning Dec. 30 and in West Elm stores in early January.
Source: LA Times