Nothing makes decorators and designers more excited than when two perspectives come together to create something magical. This spring, curate your indoor and outdoor spaces with items that will spark joy. To help, we’ve rounded up some of the latest designer and retailer collaborations featuring fresh, eclectic and timeless pieces that you’ll want to add to your home collection.
Scroll down to discover 10 fabulous design collabs we’re loving right now!
Pottery Barn x Julia Berolzheimer
Tis’ the season for fresh flowers, homegrown veggies and alfresco dining. For
Pottery Barn‘s first collaboration within the garden category, influencer and tastemaker Julia Berolzheimer refreshes the home with her romantic reimagining of outdoor living. From floral-inspired dinnerware to gardening essentials, this breezy collection comes just in time for spring. “My hope for this collection is that it inspires beautiful moments,” says Julia.
Soft linen napkins and handmade napkin rings elevate dinners on the patio. Colors and patterns vary and are designed to be mixed and matched without clashing.
Photographer: courtesy of Pottery Barn
Anthropologie x Mark D. Sikes
The Poppy collection by
Mark D. Sikes marks the turn of the season at Anthropologie with its coastal blues, bright whites and whimsical floral patterns. The collection is named after the designer’s beloved French bulldog and is comprised of beautiful fabrications and patterns that each tell a different story. Ranging from furniture and lighting to wallpaper and tabletop accessories, the collection is centered around maximalist prints, while still feeling light and refreshing.
For those unafraid of an eccentric kick of color, the striking Butterfly wallpaper pairs with the matching dining table and chairs.
Photographer: courtesy of Anthropologie
CB2 x Azeeza
This Spring capsule collection by fashion designer
Azeeza for CB2 is an ode to sunnier days! Nods to Cancún and the Greek islands are present throughout the collection, with vibrant colors like pastel pink and cyan.
Using the same ultra-saturated hues from her garment collections, tonal cobalt blue and emerald beams of PVC cord add a pop of color to the Acapulco chair.
Photographer: courtesy of CB2
Crate and Barrel x Leanne Ford
Modern farmhouse is fully embodied in the new collection by
Crate and Barrel and interior designer Leanne Ford. Rustic earthenware, plush throw pillows and minimalist pieces for kitchens and kids rooms make up some of the collection’s most popular products.
Made of solid white oak and white oak veneer, the dresser features six drawers in a curvy waterfall frame. Refined with elements of boho, this item makes the perfect understated statement piece for bedrooms and living room vignettes.
Photographer: courtesy of Crate and Barrel
H&M Home x India Mandhavi
Punchy and glossy earthenware make up the new collection of ceramics by Parisian designer and architect
India Mandhavi for H&M Home. India’s design philosophy revolves around a certain joie de vivre, showing how colors, materials and shapes can positively influence your mood and living space.
In ombre shades reminiscent of citrus and wild berries, the stoneware plate comes in three sizes. Match colors for a harmonious table setting, or mix it up with different hues for a more personalized touch.
Photographer: courtesy of H&M Home
TSaR Carpets x Brooke Aitken Design
Architect and designer
Brooke Aitken has partnered with Australian bespoke carpet and rug company TSaR Carpets. The Passage collection references principles of Japanese design and blends them with contemporary aesthetics. Featuring six unique patterns and geometric cuts, the collection’s designs are enhanced through the use of rich colors and elements of movement.
Inspired by the transition from day to night, the hand-tufted Day rug is reminiscent of a summer sunset. Its unique shape adds a modern touch to traditional spaces without overpowering them.
Photographer: courtesy of TSaR Carpets
Dims x Dusen Dusen
From designer Ellen Van Dusen,
Dusen Dusen is a womenswear and home goods brand based in Brooklyn, N.Y. For their second collaboration with furniture and accessories shop, Dims, the Ogle My Office collection reimagines Dim’s most iconic products with a bright and cheerful lens.
Anyone who’s looking to revamp their workspace with some pop should look no further than the colorful Eave desk, which is a special product in partnership with Toronto’s
Photographer: Sean Davidson
&Tradition x Space Copenhagen
The Collect series from
&Tradition is designed by danish design duo Space Copenhagen. The collection features a range of objects, such as sleek vases, throws and candleholders that reflect the studio’s design style. Driven by neutral hues and grounding textures, Collect embraces a sense of calm and down-to-earth appeal.
Just in time for spring, the growing collection now features a line of handcrafted concrete planters. In four sizes and a variety of pastel hues, these vessels are simple and sculptural.
Photographer: courtesy of &Tradition
Wittmann x LucidiPevere
Italian design duo
LucidiPevere have collaborated with renowned Austrian brand Wittmann for an incredibly artful (and comfortable) chair series. The Carinzia collection pairs sleek simplicity with classic elegance, and a burst of color. “We love to work with two types of companies,” says designer Paolo Lucidi. “Young companies with a clear idea of the future, as well as companies with a big heritage and legacy in the design world — Wittmann embodies both.”
The Carinzia chair is available in a variety of woods, stains and upholsteries — from Olive to Marine.
Photographer: courtesy of LucidiPevere (portrait)/Wittman (chairs)
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams x Eskayel
In partnership with Brooklyn-based studio
Eskayel, Michell Gold + Bob Williams debuted its first wallpaper collection earlier this year. Working closely with Eskayel’s founder Shanan Campanaro ( pictured), the brand has further positioned itself as an authority in the interior design space. Showcasing elements of watercolor and painting techniques, the selection is a nod to fine art and the New York landscape.
In an on-trend muted pink, The Neighbors wallpaper design is a love letter to urban landscapes.
Photographer: courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams