Monsoon's homeware collection: five must-have items
Monsoon's tropical-inspired range includes on-trend palm prints, boho rattan and natural-toned ceramics
Monsoon has launched a brand new range of homeware, offering the store's signature vibrant style at a high street price.
And when it comes to embracing the trends we're loving right now, it ticks every box, from tropical palm prints to grounding earth tones and natural-look ceramics.
The collection includes dozens of items for all areas of your home, from scented candles to cushions to tablecloths. To help you get started, we've picked out the five items we think are real must-haves. Read on for our favourites!
Monsoon homeware range - our five favourite items
Oriental tassel throw, £80
Perfect for snuggling up on those chilly spring evenings, this 100% cotton throw makes a cosy addition to a sofa or bed. The soft pink pattern has a distressed finish reminiscent of traditional Persian rugs, giving it a lived-in vibe that would suit a relaxed, boho decor scheme.
Palm print reusable napkin set, £15
Liven up your dinner table with these vibrant palm print napkins, priced at £15 for two.
We think these would look especially fabulous on an outdoor table, as a sunny accompaniment to an al fresco meal. Plus, they're machine washable, so don't worry about any BBQ sauce stains!
Round velvet tassel cushion, £40
Warm pinks are the ideal colour for summer, and we love this peachy round cushion - it even looks a bit like a setting sun! Those boho tassels make it a fantastic complement to a laid-back coastal scheme, or make the most of that rich pink as a pop of colour against a white or neutral backdrop.
Border jute basket, £30
Natural-look materials like undyed jute, rattan and seagrass are super in right now, as we all look to grounding, natural settings to relax and recharge after a tumultuous year.
This handy jute basket is a versatile holder for anything from magazines to firewood. As jute is more moisture-resistant than many textiles, it's also great option for storing towels or spare loo rolls.
Painted cement flower pot, £10
We love the distressed finish and freehand-look paint detailing on this small cement flowerpot - it looks like something out of an Italian farmhouse!
Why not style it on your kitchen windowsill - green herbs like parsley or chives would look best against this simple backdrop.
For more style ideas, check out what's going on in our Latest Trends section.