Monday, March 7, 2011


Diane introduced the versatile collection at Bloomingdales to a packed house at the start of fashion week

"Your home reflects who you are and how you want to live," says Diane Von Furstenberg about her new foray into interiors. As the largest cross category introduction at Bloomingdale's, Diane Von Furstenberg's DVF Home collection made a colorful splash when it launched recently. From fashion derived printed bedding and pillows, edgy stoneware to porcelain tabletop, colorful stemware and modern serve ware, the collection is groundbreaking, edgy and fun. Contrasting colors, zebra and floral patterns are meant to be combined to create a unique, vibrant experience. Experimentation is at the heart of this new collection, sure to attract legions of fashionable Furstenberg fans everywhere.

Here are some showstoppers available from Bloomingdale's now:

photos courtesy of Bloomingdales DVF Home
Zig Zag Jungle, an abstracted modern pattern in kelly green, royal blue and white

Giant Grass is a vivid, monochromatic abstracted bamboo pattern

Floral Batik bedding, a bold, oversized natural floral print

Sun Stripe bedding with painterly brush strokes of color

Urban Jungle bedding includes small prints and ikat inspired patterns

Set the table:
A set of Horn serving pieces adds exotic material to the bright table ware.

Slim handled modern flatware in a brushed gold finish called Night
Faceted handles on the jewel toned Powerstone flatware make colored cutlery appealing
Olive Garden Green handles are snazzy too

Opening night high ball glasses with optic stripes

Ultra light High Rise stemware has a visually interesting stem detail

The flute has a short stem and long, bell-shaped glass

The martini glass pairs a classic shape with wide base

A honeycomb pattern stamped on metal in the Powerstone tray adds bling to serve ware

Mashiko serving plate is inspired by Japanese pottery

Aura Shadows, a pattern with watercolor palette

The Powerstone Dinner Plate has a cut corner, varied octagonal shape

Pebble Stone, a Dinner Plate pattern has a zen sensibility with an organic, irregular form.

Bold and energized, the Barcelona Mosaic Dinner plate is a graphic mix of red, white and blue with an abstracted collage pattern


The enchanted home said...

Wow so many pretty things! The bedding is a bit colorful for my taste BUT do love all the tabletop, especially the pearlized flatware and barware..will have to check it out. She is a very chic woman and really does have such great style.

mary said...

This line is so tied to the early 70s--I think I even had some bamboo inspired sheets in that green. Definitely wall papered a bathroom in a bamboo.

Unknown said...

They'll appeal to the younger home makers. Sometimes it feels like we've been there and done that already when we didn't know better.

With bedding so bright there is no art to bed making or room design. If this is considered a new trend I'm disappointed and hope it passes quickly.

peggy braswell said...

I don't see anything that bolds me over-but hey good for Her. xx

Anonymous said...

I don't care for any of the bedding. I prefer my bedding to be more quiet & serene. I like the irregular-shaped zen white dinner plate. I would pair the smokey taupe-colored martini glasses (the last ones) with clear crystal glasses of a different shape & height. The gold-colored honey comb plates could be interesting mismatched with another pattern/style of plates. And of course, use your antique/vintage 26 inch monogrammed linen napkins & fine sterling silver utensils. Add some flowers & you're good to go!

Jane Kilpatrick Schott said...

The Divine Diane...always good to have her in the mix.