Mango’s new homes range launches in April

Louetta R. Clark

It looks like Zara and H&M Home have some more competition as another one of our high street favourites, Mango, just announced it’s dropping its first homeware line.

This means that, along with a super reasonably priced winter coat or slouchy jumper dress for these ongoing WFH days, we’ll soon be able to pick up some new items for our homes, whether it’s for a one-bed flat, house-share or semi-detached terrace.

The last year has highlighted just how important it is to create a cosy space at home, so this news has us very excited.

Here’s everything you need to know about Mango’s homeware line, from its launch date to designs:

What’s included in the Mango homeware line?

Naturally, for the Spanish brand, the first line will be inspired by the Mediterranean. The first drop will feature a selection of textiles for the bedroom, bathroom and living room, including bed linen, cushions, blankets, towels and bathrobes, plus some candles and incense sticks. Expect clean, refined, contemporary pieces in neutral colours. For AW21, more lines will be added for the kitchen and dining room, too.

Mango also says that the entire line of textiles will be sustainable, too, so that’s positive to hear.

When will the Mango homeware range launch?

The range will launch in April. There isn’t an exact date just yet, but we’ll update you as soon as we know.

Mango CEO, Toni Ruiz, says the line has been a long time coming. ‘The comfort and style customers look for when coming to Mango to dress their wardrobes is something they also want within their homes,’ she notes. ‘This has taken a lot of planning and development but we are so excited to announce it is finally here.’

Where can I buy the Mango homeware collection?

You’ll be able to shop the new Mango homeware collection exclusively on mango.com. Have your debit card handy on launch day as we expect it will sell out fast.

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