The wife-and-husband team Cortney and Robert Novogratz have developed properties in LA, NYC, and, more notably, on HGTV’s 9 By Design
. Four years ago, the design duo and their seven children moved to Los Angeles and have recently incorporated all the laidback ‘tude into their latest collaboration with Fred Segal
that's the perfect combination of Segal's iconic style and the Novogratz's bright, modern vibe. The collection, similar to their Amazon line
, is full of bold, eclectic home decor with a mix of high- and low-priced items. It's available online now and in their pop-up shop at Fred Segal in L.A until July 6. Ahead, Cortney Novogratz shares the inspiration behind her favorite key pieces and offers tips on how to incorporate them into your home.
The Brittany Futon ($279):
The Brittany Futon comes in six colors (how fab is that pink linen!?). Says Novogratz, "You get a mid-century look at an incredible price point and it can fit beautifully into almost any aesthetic," Plus, the futon folds down into a bed so it's an instant guest bed.
Vintage Blue Fruit Rug ($159)
: This rug is inspired by the bounty of farm fresh fruits and veggies in available in Los Angeles. "We wanted to make sure that we kept an element of fun and lightness in our rug line. All of the fruit rugs are washable, easy to maintain, and can basically go anywhere in your home to add a pop of color and whimsy," Novogratz says.
Stay Golden Pennant ($20):
"We’ve always loved word art and wanted positive messaging that was also bright and colorful and could be worked into any room from a family space to an office. The banners are an easy and inexpensive way to add a little fun to a room," Novogratz explains. You can also snag "Love is Free," "Paradise,"
Family Candle ($30):
"This Family Candle pays homage to one of the most important things in life and a constant reminder to what matters," says Novogratz. The scent, Mist, is a mix of amber notes and sea salt for beachy vibes.
Marion Canopy Bed ($150):
This gorgeous bed frame, available in black and gold and different sizes, is a nice statement piece. "We are really excited about this new piece. It was inspired by a high-end vintage piece that we saw while traveling," shares Novogratz.
Campbell Metal Cottage Chairs ($89):
This versatile chair, which pairs nicely with the Campbell Dining Table
($250), comes in five colors. "Bob's love of design and designers is apparent in the Campbell chairs. We just felt like they were a basic that everyone should have access too. They work in any space and are an affordable version of elevated design. We believe everyone should have access to great design," Novogratz explains.
Campbell Dining Table ($250):
Says Novogratz, "In all of our homes, we always have a long table that the family uses as a communal meeting place to come together. We wanted to create a table that was modular without losing the farmhouse sensibility and that could be expanded by simply adding another table end-to-end because there is always an open chair at a Novogratz table to join the party."
Tempaper Constellations Wallpaper ($40):
"Because the wallpaper isn’t permanent and is easily removed, we thought it would be a great opportunity to create bold patterns," says Novogratz. "We feel people shouldn’t be afraid of color or pattern and the temporary nature gives you a chance to take a risk. We encourage courage!" she exclaims. (Check out the complete Novogratz Tempaper wallpaper collection
for more design inspo.)
Umbria Grey Rug ($29):
Novogratz loves this indoor-outdoor rug because it's super easy to clean and is available in a range of sizes. "They are geometric, but also function as a great neutral foundation," says Novogratz.
Party Glasses (set of two, $30):
In collaboration with People, Places, & Things
, these tumblers set the mood for any soiree. Says Novogratz, "Find a reason to party and enjoy life." Well said.
Which of these California-cool Novogratz home goodies do you want right now? Let us know @BritandCo!
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