Introducing Henry Holland’s interiors range

With a nod to this year’s Seventies trend, fashion’s Henry Holland reveals his new interiors pairing with Habitat

1. Pufferfish Cushion, £35 (see image below)
“All the cushions are reversible to encourage people to play with print and colour – they’re two cushions in one. Clashing prints and patterns are amazing, but when I try to wear them I look like I got dressed in the dark. You don’t know what works until you try it. Reversible cushions let you play until you find the right look.”

2. Catfish Throw, £80 (see image below)
“I love the stripes; they’re slightly off-centre so it feels a bit chaotic. It’s also wonderfully soft, 100% cotton jacquard – texture is important for making your home cosy. I wanted everything to be tactile.”

3. Tropical Leaf Cushion, £60 (see image below)
“The collection is based on my s/s 2016 line, which was inspired by [cult film] Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas. This relates to a scene shot with a rose-tinted lens, giving a hazy pink tinge. I’ve combined textures – velvet print, the embroidered bug and a pink leaf made with taffeta, which is a noisy fabric. If you’ve got this cushion in your house, people are going to know about it.”

4. Abel Sofa, from £1,300 (see image below)
“It’s the first time Habitat has used digital print on upholstery, so it was exciting. It’s striking without being overbearing. I’d wanted velvet, but I didn’t realise how many restrictions there are on upholstery fabrics – it’s nothing like fashion.”

5. Paradise Leaf Rug, £450 (see image below)
“The rug is my absolute favourite. We worried blue leaves might be too wacky, but they add the perfect twist. Each rug is handmade in India and the cream pile is cut shorter than the blue to give a 3D effect. I’d love to incorporate that technique into a piece of knitwear.”

6. Buggin Cushion, £35 (see image below)
“This also references Fear and Loathing…, when the main character experiences psychedelic hallucinations and people turn into bugs. The insects were designed by Suzan Pitt, a cult Seventies artist – so she was the perfect fit.”

House of Holland x Habitat launches in stores and at on 28 April.

Henry Holland's Habitat range

Words: Georgie Lane-Godfrey