Rita Ora isn’t just a chart-topping singer – if you’re an interiors enthusiast, you’ll know she’s also passionate about homeware. Just in time for Christmas, Ora has dropped her second bedding range with home furnishings retailer Terry’s.
Like her previous range, this new drop shows off her quirky style, in ultra-stylish shades of champagne, olive, white and black, with designs inspired by Japanese art.
‘I just love the creative process, from the initial inspiration; finalising designs and seeing the finished products!’ says Ora. ‘For me, the most important qualities in bedding are style, luxury and comfort, and this is exactly what the collection embodies.’
Ora’s first collection with Terry’s was a sell-out smash, so expect her latest range to fly off the shelves, too. There are 14 pieces in the range, including cushions, bedding and throws, and we’ve picked out our five highlights. Read on to see our picks!
Cotton sateen gives this duvet set a stunning lustrous sheen that is truly luxurious. We love floral blossoms design, inspired by classic Japanese art, and the ombre-effect background.
The Azur cushion is one of them items in the range that really showcases Ora’s fun-loving personality. Tasseled and tufted fabrics are so in right now to create a modern twist on classic 1970s boho, so this fluffy furnishing is bang on-trend.
It’s designed to be styled on a bed with other items from the collection, but we think it would look fabulous on a sofa or armchair, too!
Cosy and stylish is a tough combo to achieve, but we reckon the Sylvie throw is the perfect example. Made of silky-soft faux fur, the diamante and tiny pearls in the detailing give it a glitzy edge. Style it on your bed for a glam finish that will also be heavenly on a chilly night!
Nothing gives your bed an instant glow-up more than a scattering of boudoir cushions. We love this one, in chic Charcoal faux fur with a subtle sparkle.
A bottle of Champagne is the ultimate symbol of luxury, and this Champagne-toned duvet cover conveys a similar indulgent vibe. Once again, Ora has taken inspiration from Japanese art, here reflected in the origami-style pleating.