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Henry Holland releases first interiors collection

Henry Holland releases first interiors collection

British fashion designer Henry Holland brought his colorful designs to Habitat for a new collection.

British star designer Henry Holland has launched his first interiors collection – and it’s as colorful and eye-catching as you’d expect.

His collection, released as House of Holland x Habitat, was realized in cooperation with British home retailer Habitat and features prints from Holland’s SS16 catwalk.

Inspired by the aesthetics of Hunter S Thompson, the pieces are everything Holland is famous for: unexpected, bold and eccentric.

In an homage to the trippy interiors of Thompson’s cult film Fear & Loathing in Last Vegas, exotic floral patterns meet bugs, fish prints and bright, fluorescent colors.


At the heart of it all sits Habitat’s mid-century inspired, made-to-order Abel sofa, available as an armchair, two- or three-seat option. It has been upgraded with Holland’s Paradise Leaf print to turn it into a statement piece and marks the first time Habitat are using digital printing on upholstery.

Also featuring the print is the hand tufted Paradise Leaf rug, made from 100% wool yarn and carved by hand to add a 3D finish.

To make cuddling up on the sofa (or the rug, if you’re so inclined) a bit cozier, House of Holland x Habitat label has also been attached to three riotously colored cushions.

Each cushion is reversible, with contrasting designs at the back and front, and they all feature a trim of neon-colored piping.


Buggin sees American illustrator Suzan Pitt’s bugs crawl across Holland’s Paradise Leaf print, while the back features an animal print pattern.

The same animal print is picked up in the Tropical Leaf cushion, with an embroidered queen adorning the front, and a pink leaf pattern on the back while Pufferfish, showcasing two color ways of House of Holland’s SS16 catwalk print of the same name on its front and back.

Adding the final layer is the Catfish throw. Made from 100% cotton, in a precise jacquard knit, the eponymous pattern is cut through by a strip of blue and white stripes, referencing House of Holland’s clashing runway patterns.

All pieces are available either in Habitat’s London flagship stores or online.