These Celebs Are So Obsessed with Home Design They Launched Their Own Lines

Hello, it’s the bedding you’re looking for! The singer launched an “eclectic design experience” for JCPenney that includes bedding, bath and accent pillows.

The Pioneer Woman is setting out to conquer new frontiers in the kichen and home space with her line for Walmart, including her own line of Instant Pots, cookware, bedding and home decor.

The model, TV personality and cookbook author (her second tome, Cravings: Hungry for More, came out September 18) launched a kitchen line with Target,. The collection features more than 40 items—including chic drinkware, full-fledged cookware sets, and even a cast iron Dutch oven—and everything is priced from $4 to $140.

Through her multifacted lifestyle company, Goop, the actress and entrepreneur partnered with CB2 to create a line of sophisticated home furnishings. The collection, created with help from some of her top gurus, features feminine pieces like luxe velvet sofas ($1,999), a white curved “jelly bean” coffee table ($549), and a cozy ivory shearling chair with a custom leather plate signed by Paltrow herself ($3,299).

In collaboration with her own Southern-inspired brand, Draper James, the Big Little Lies actress has partnered with Crate & Barrel to create a collection of pretty blue and white place settings (that she encourages you to use year round).

The 96-year-old fashion icon is getting back to her interior design roots, collaborating with Cloth and Company on an exclusive 94-piece furniture collection now available on HSN. “Created with fun in mind,” according to the website, the circus-inspired offerings can be customized thanks to 15 textile options and 19 silhouettes.

The Black-ish actress is releasing a holiday capsule collection with JCPenney, and it’s as festive and fun as the star herself! Although the majority of the line is clothing, she extended the playful patterned buys to a few home accessories, including throw pillows, dessert dishes and high ball glasses. “Each piece is timeless and versatile, classic but with flavor,” she said. Available November 12 — and with prices starting at $12.00 — Ross’ picks are sure to be your go-to gifts this season.

Catherine Zeta-Jones found the perfect partner for her long-awaited lifestyle collection in QVC, calling it Casa Zeta-Jones collection Inspired by old Hollywood design and her Welsh heritage, the forthcoming bedding, bath towels, table lines and rugs are sure to carry the actress’s elegant stamp. “This is a project I have been passionate about and working on for years now,” she said.

The celebrity-favorite fashion designer (Mandy Moore and Minka Kelly are fans) partnered with super-chic homegoods line Parachute to create two timeless items: a cozy alpaca throw and a pin-stripe linen duvet set, available in gray and ivory.

Mandy Moore’s collection of art prints, monogrammed glasses, throw blankets and other decor items for Shutterfly was inspired by memories of her close-knit family — who also happen to be the collaboration’s first fans. “My parents have already ordered stuff,” the This Is Us star tells PEOPLE. “They just redid some bathrooms and bedrooms in their house in Florida, and they told me they bought pieces for the guest bedroom. I was like, ‘I could have hooked you up.’”

In addition to her Crate & Barrel collab, Witherspoon’s Southern-inspired brand, Draper James includes adorable home accents including tableware, pillows, throw blankets, candles and more – don’t miss the cheeky trinket trays.

Eva Longoria, who told PEOPLE she’s “obsessed with everything home,” launched a bedding collection with JCPenney. The line was so successful, that the actress expanded it in October to include bath products.

Ellen DeGeneres is an admitted home decor junkie (and house flipper!), so who better to design a line of home goods with her brand ED Ellen Degeneres (which you can find at Bed Bath & Beyond)?  “I’ve loved home design for as long as I can remember,” she told Elle Decor. “I know what I like, so designing it made sense for me.”

The Fixer Upper star is no stranger to the home decor game, with a line of wallpaper, paint and rugs, which are now available at Pier 1. She and husbnad Chip Gaines also have a homey, cozy lifestyle collection at Target called Hearth & Hand. And that doesn’t include her massive destination retail store Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas.

The Bachelor’s Sean and Catherine Lowe announced their ‘sophisti-comfortable’ furniture line with Wayfair in April. “We’ve designed our sofas with families in mind,” Sean, 33, has said of the line.

The actress, who recently put the finishing touches on her bungalow in Los Angeles, put her passion for home design to good use with her HSN collection
inspired by English living”. “I’ve always been really interested in design, mostly because of my mom and how I was raised,” Driver told PEOPLE. 

Drew and Jonathan Scott are so much more than the Property Brothers! The HGTV stars have an outdoor furniture collection with QVC and a line of fabrics available to shop at and Hobby Lobby.

Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis announced Jeff Lewis Barn Doors and Jeff Lewis Tile in September 2016. The new dad snapped this photo of himself encouraging fans to stop by a Home Depot to pick some up with the hashtags: “#helpsupportmonroe #shesexpensive” (referencing his baby girl).

Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman launched her HSN line of kitchen tools, Love & Daisies, with HSN for one simple reason: “Cooking is just my passion,” she told PEOPLE.

“I’ve always loved furniture,” America’s Next Top Model vet Nigel Barker told PEOPLE. The proof? His gorgeous collaboration with Art Van Furniture that combined his English heritage with the influences of his travels as a model.

Pillows, shower curtains, and artwork were just a few of the colorful items in Drew Barrymore’s 2016 collection with Shutterfly. A piece of fabric from the Rose Bowl flea market served as one of the actress’s jumping off points. “I was able to take that original inspiration pattern and tweak the colors, lines and shapes to design something that is hopefully attractive and fun,” she told PEOPLE at the time.

Ladies of London star Caroline Stanbury transformed her design savvy into a business that’s inspired by her enviable clothes, creating furniture in 2017 for high-end site Earlcrown. “Everyone’s obsessed with my wardrobe,” she told PEOPLE. “So I incorporated it into my line of furniture.”

Fans of Real Housewives of New York City’s Luann de Lesseps were once able to pick up “chic made easy” Countess Luann Bedding Collection at Ross stores nationwide. “My collection is really a style of living,” she told PEOPLE of the line, which included several motifs including “bridal bedding.”

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