Mango's debut homeware line has arrived

The Editors
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Updated 27 April 2021: Mango has launched its inaugural homeware line, now available online. The first collection features bed linen, cushion and duvet covers inspired by a clean and simple Mediterranean style combining a neutral colour palette of brown, beige, white and grey, with touches of blue and green.

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While the offering definitely has a textiles focus (blankets, cushions, towels and bathrobes are also available), it also features candles and incense sticks in various scents. The autumn/winter 2021 collection will add kitchen and dining room products.

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Photo credit: Courtesy
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But back to the present: the bed linen in terracotta will bring an earthy warmth to any bedroom, while the gingham cushions are feminine without being saccharine. There is a relaxed, effortless appeal that runs throughout, also seen in its laidback linen sleepwear. All materials are sustainable.

Even the campaign photos feel like a holiday, with calming, sun-drenched images that call to mind warm, lazy afternoons abroad. With overseas trips still on the back-burner, Mango's homeware debut gives you a slice of Mediterranean living without the flight.

Original story 15 January 2021: Mango will launch its debut homeware line in April. The Spanish brand joins a number of high street labels to enter the interiors market, including H&M, Zara and Urban Outfitters.

Photo credit: Courtesy
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Unlike some of its peers, Mango's foray into the home arena will prioritise sustainability and longevity. The collection will focus on textiles, all of which will made with sustainable materials, spanning bed linen, duvet covers, cushions, blankets, towels and bathrobes. The debut offering will also include candles, incense sticks and loungewear to either sleep or relax in.

Eighty per cent of the products will be sourced locally, amplifying the company's commitment to eco-friendly practices. Items for the bathroom and kitchen will be added for autumn/winter 2021.

The aesthetic will be imbued with a clean and refined Mediterranean style, combining neutral colours to create items that don't lose their appeal a season on. Mango CEO Tom Ruiz says that the launch was the result of demand from shoppers, who want an extension of the label's aesthetic.

"Customers have been asking for Mango home products for a while," he said. "The comfort and style they look for when coming to Mango to dress their wardrobe they also want within their homes. Due to this being such a big department to add on to our business it has taken a lot of planning and development, but we are so excited to announce it is finally here."

The pandemic has reinvigorated our interest in interiors, as various lockdowns have meant we are spending more time at home than ever before. As a result, a number of luxury fashion labels have recently entered the homeware market, including Erdem, Sleeper and Jacquemus.

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