Irish brand Harvey Norman launch latest homeware collection “Home Fundamentals”

Harvey Norman Homewares are pleased to launch their first HOME FUNDAMENTALS collection. The collection consists of pieces that never fail to bring a room together such as mirrors, wall art, textiles, plants, rugs and lighting.

Yvonne Nugent, Head of Homewares for Harvey Norman said: “The FUNDAMENTALS allow us focus on what is in fact important – each element of homewares that makes your home your home. It’s been a season and year like no other.

“We worked closer than ever while being apart to create a collection that will bring you all the comforts and newness for your home and most importantly, make room for what matters…You and your family.”

There are four key trends that will refresh, rejuvenate and create beautiful spaces in your home: A Quiet Place, Niksen aka “The Art of Doing Nothing”, New Eclectic and Style Forecast. These trends cross from bedroom and sitting room to conservatory and balcony.

In addition to the many pieces reflecting the trends, there are two bespoke collections within Home Fundamentals. Including the New Eclectic trend, Harvey Norman’s “The Linen Room” introduces a 100% Cotton printed bed linen range designed with prints that mix and match beautifully in any fashion directional space.

Harvey Norman is also due to launch their bespoke collection of Pooches Cushions that will be available mid-April to celebrate “our true best friends who have been by our sides this year and last.”

The HOME FUNDAMENTALS collection is available on the Harvey Norman website and in-store when restrictions allow.

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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