Drew Barrymore’s new homewares release is everything

The Hollywood actress knows how to deliver star style for the home
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Recently in Australia to promote her cosmetic brand, Flower Beauty, the dynamic Hollywood actress and entrepreneur certainly knows how to delivery star style for the home, with the release of Flower Home furniture and decor range in collaboration with US retail giant Walmart.

Barrymore’s makeup collection is still kicking fresh goals since it launched over five years ago, and the down-to-earth star has moved on to feathering, or should we say flowering, our nests. 

Stunning colours, textures, patterns and styles in homewares for the entire home. Covetable boho chic dinnerware, armchairs, sofas, cushions, linens, lighting and everything in between. We’re talking the works here – a mouthwatering and beautifully cohesive range of homewares that have us Googling container shipping costs.

One part bohemian, five parts bang on trend, we love the organic feel imbued across the entire range with bright, uplifting colour tones, sassy floral patterns and style that cleverly blurs the lines of vintage and contemporary – all with a handmade edginess.

“I’ve been saying I wanted to go into home and design for 20 years because it’s really where my life and my passion lies. Now, finally, finally we’re here!” Barrymore told People on launching the new range.

Available only in the US exclusively at Walmart, we can but dream and draw inspiration from fully upholstered vintage floral beds, devastatingly delicious dusty pink tufted chaise lounges, rose pink ceramic table lamps and fun and funky shower curtains in vintage designs.

Cross your fingers for antipodean shipping in future or buddy up with a bunch of friends for a container load – and call Home Beautiful HQ when you do – we’ve got a wishlist!
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