Whether you’re an extremist with a penchant for layered styles or a minimalist who subscribes to neutral colors, your sense of style says a lot about you. And we think your closets and interiors often share the same kind of look. Take fashion designer Mara Hoffman, for example, whose luxe, understated style is no longer confined to her sculptural dresses, lightly embellished skirts, or high-waisted pants. Starting today, Style mogul is launching a 28-piece home decor collection exclusively for West Elm.
Like her effortlessly cool clothes, Hoffman’s collaboration with West Elm is inspired by her life in Upstate, New York. To kick off her creative energy, Hoffman spends most of her time in nature, which is quite evident with one quick look at her West Elm line. Includes furniture, lighting, decorative accessories and textiles. The best part? Sustainability is at the heart of it all.
“When you wake up and connect with something that makes you feel a higher frequency of beauty and love, you tend to see that in others,” says Hoffman, who founded her eponymous brand more than 20 years ago. West Elm and I share a clear alignment and ethos around caring, With an approach to industrialization with minimal damage – the planetary side and the human centered side of creation.”
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And while the pieces—which include a plush bath rug in opaque hues, a terracotta wall planter, and a globe table lamp, to name a few—may seem too good to be eco-conscious, they’re made using everything from organic. From cotton to recycled polyester.
her favourites? A spiral mural, a speckled vase, and a faux stool. Hoffman is definitely jumping on the shearling trend, which finds its way into the world’s most elegant spaces.
Shop the full collection of minimalist masterpieces—all in a warm neutral palette—here with the pieces As low as $20. Trust us, this capsule collection is perfect for anyone looking to do a subtle update. From the fluted planter (available in two sizes) to the noteworthy floor lamp, you can’t go wrong no matter which piece you pass up for your home.
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Jessica Cherner is House Beautiful’s partner shopping editor and knows where to find the best high and low pieces for any room.