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As one of the nation’；s most popular TV personalities， we’；ve been welcoming Emma Willis into our homes and admiring her style for years. With the launch of her exclusive collaboration with Dunelm， it’；s now possible to take a piece of her cool and contemporary look home to keep.
Working closely with Dunelm’；s design team， Emma has used her personal style at home and in fashion to create four beautiful and versatile designs. The Klara， Klio， Kyoto Garden and Mahla ranges all include bed linen， cushions and throws.pillowcase baby
Tailored style in soft French grey.
Reversible design with oxford edge detailing.
Complete the look with a coordinating velvet cushion featuring embroidered rope detailing and luxurious quilted velvet throw.
Prices start from ￡12.
Inspired by Emma’s love of polka dot prints.
Bold and contemporary reversible design in deeppersonalized christmas ornaments， inky tones of blue.
Complete the look with a velvet leopard cub cushion.
Prices start from ￡10.
Calming colours and clean lines， inspired by Emma’s personal home styling.
The magnolia flower design was hand-painted for the collection.
Complete the look with a petrol blue velvet throw and silver accent cushion.
Prices start from ￡12.
Contemporary nude and pale grey， influenced by Emma’；s favourite shade of pink.
The gentle pink leopard print design was hand-painted for the collection.
Complete the look with a lightning bolt throw in a soft faux fur.
Prices start from ￡10.
We caught up with Emma to learn more about inspiration， designs， styling and her life as a working mum.
How would you sum up your new bedding collection？
I would describe the new collection as crisp， clean， versatile and comfortable， hopefully there’s a bit of something for everyone in it.
What was your inspiration？
My main inspirations are things that are in my home and clothes that are in my wardrobe， that’s where my inspiration for the collection came from. For example， I love leopard print and there’s loads of it in my house. The leopard print， the polka dots and the stripes in the collection are also all based on clothes that I already own.
How would you describe your style？
My collection and my style are very interlinked so I would describe them both in the same way. I’m not trained in design or interiors so the only thing I can relate this collection to is my life. To me， my style is comfortable， practical and accessible and I hope the collection has the same attributes.
How would you describe your home？
It’s a family home that’s really welcoming， warm and comfortable， and of course I want it to look good but it also has to be a place that’s liveable in for my kids.
Do you have a favourite styling tip？
Trust your gut and if anything inside you thinks this isn’t right， it probably isn’t.
Where did you start when designing the collection？
I started by looking in my own home and my own wardrobe. We recently redecorated our home and we knocked a lot of it down and then rebuilt it. Initially I had no idea where to start as I had never done anything like that before. I had to learn to trust my own opinion and get rid of things I didn’t think were quite right. When we started I didn’t really know where to look or what shops to go to. Over time however my love of old school magazines and Pinterest came in really useful and formed the basis of my inspiration. Working with Dunelm really helped me by giving me the confidence to trust my gut and follow through with the things I like.
Why did you choose Dunelm to launch your collection？
When？I was trying to source a 4ft bed for my son， Dunelm was seemingly one of the only places that could offer me what I was looking for. It was then that I became obsessed with their website which has just about everything you could need. it’s like an Aladdin’s cave! I’ve shopped at Dunelm ever since， it really is a one stop shop.？ They have so much choice and you know you can rely on them to have whatever you are looking for. I wanted my range to feel genuine and by collaborating with Dunelm I knew it would be.
Does a busy career and family life affect your interior styling decisions？
It makes the process a lot slower. It would be amazing to renovate your house quickly but that’s not possible with kids. Three years after starting renovations on my home， I’m still waiting to hang pictures on the wall， put wallpaper up and finish the final decorations. My taste and style change and evolve over time so if I had done it all in one go， two years later I might have wanted to change it all over again. I wanted to live in my home with my family and make sure everything felt right and not rush it because I wanted to create a family space that feels homely. I don’t like stark， minimal houses because it doesn’t feel comfortable or lived in， and I can guarantee that my kids would graffiti the walls in 5 minutes!
This story starts out with a Poncho that was impressive from the moment I saw this in the Burberry Fashion show back in 2014. There were?celebrity?sightings all over the?streets in?this poncho. This?is my DIY version of ?that exclusive monogrammed poncho,?minus the not-so-budget friendly price-tag that goes along with the brand. Fall and winter fabrics are hitting the stores in full force right now and when I ran into this print at my local fabric store, I knew it would work well for this project. The?fabric is a polyester, rayon blend and I used a wool felt for the lettering.
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Last week I was in Target. Every time I’m there I like to stop by the home furniture section to see kind of displays they have up. Target always know what’s up. When I saw they had a right?shelf dedicated to Gold accent decor pieces and the left shelf had Copper, it became clear that gold is no longer relevant to me.??Gold had it’s moment for the last 2 years and this year it’s?time for copper to go all out in full force. ?I had my gold moment and if you’re still enjoying your, there is nothing wrong with it! It’s all a matter of opinion and style. My style is transforming constantly and I’m going through my copper phase. Copper has a very distinct and?mystery to it. It stands out without taking away attention from everything else in the room. ?It looks?effortless and less gaudy when you have more than 1 statement pieces in one room. It’s shiny, cold but also warms up a room.