virgil abloh‘s off-white has introduced their first ever home goods collection, simply called ‘HOME.’ the range includes intricately designed homeware items divided into three categories: ‘CERAMICS,’ ‘BED,’ and ‘BATH.’
bathed in an elegant color of coconut milk white, the off-white home goods collection leads with the luxurious ‘BED’ range. the double bed sheets and pillow set are embroidered with the brand’s signature arrow emblem. as well, an energetic red tassel-knit throw blanket adds a distinct contrast to the bed set.
their diagonal arrow emblems also feature on the ‘BATH’ range’s towel set and bathrobe yet are wrapped in an embroidered vine of leaves. like the whole ‘HOME’ collection, these items adorn a neutral ivory white shade.
emboldened in an ivory-colored base, off-white’s ‘CERAMICS’ collection hosts an array of home accessories, including a breakfast set, lunch set, coffee mug and cup set, glass, pitcher, round try, ashtray, and soap tray. each item is delicately decorated with a light blue flower and grass print, before being finished with an off-white logo underneath.
so far, the off-white home goods collection is only available in-store in their mykonos outlet. however, the range will feature on their online store, as well as EMPTY gallery, from september 1st, 2019.
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