Kate Spade Saturday’s New Decor Line Gives 24/7 Weekend Vibes
We hate to spoil your Monday mood, but there’s no better feeling than waking up on a Saturday with the whole weekend ahead of you. On those mornings, the vibe in your apartment is just different — the day can lead to anything, whether it’s your usual off-duty mischief or something totally spontaneous, and just knowing you have a free day makes you feel, well, free. There’s only one problem with the it’s-officially-the-weekend high: it only happens once a week. Enter Kate Spade Saturday, Kate Spade New York’s more casual sister brand that’s trying to make that fleeting feeling last longer with its new home decor line for West Elm, available now in stores and at westelm.com.
Featuring furniture, bedding, rugs and accessories, Kate Spade Saturday’s debut collection for the modern home and furniture chain is full of its signature weekend spirit. Colors are bright and patterns are bold in an invigorating sort of way — lines zip across wall art and rugs like they’ve just been given their morning cup of coffee, while the thick brush strokes blotted on duvet covers and arm chairs make those pieces both things you’ll be equally drawn to snuggle and proud to display. Nothing is flashy; everything is fun.
Even in a sea of major head turners like a handwoven neon printed pouf ($199) and a blackened metal globe floor lamp ($349) that would make Betty Draper swoon, the smaller room accessories still stand out. From the colorful pillow covers ($34) to the conversation wall art ($99) to the stop-everything-and-buy-it-now geometric jewelry tree ($29), there’s something special here for every budget. Your happy place is about to get a lot happier.
What are your favorite pieces from the collab? How would you style these colorful pieces in your home? Tell us in the comments below!
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