Harry Styles ‘Harry’s House’ album: Where to shop Harry Styles’ furniture

Table of Contents From the album cover….John Lewis & Partners Hendricks Medium 2-Seater SofaLa Redoute Nottingham Metal & Pine Herringbone Parquet Side TableOliver Bonas Zesty Dried Flower BouquetMade Amabelle Dried Flower BouquetFrom the Better Homes & Gardens shoot… It’s no secret that Harry Styles has been setting trends across the […]

It’s no secret that Harry Styles has been setting trends across the fashion world for the past five years, consistently evolving his style to break boundaries and inspire new looks. But this time, as he gears up to release his third album Harry’s House, it isn’t just his looks that are creating conversation. Oh no, Harry Styles is now one of the biggest home and interiors influencers on the planet.

While his music is, of course, his standout offering, we all know by now that Harry Styles is an expert at creating and defining an aesthetic. So it’s no wonder that since he dropped a first look at his new album and his album cover, fans and interior design lovers have been taking inspiration from the simple, minimalist and relaxed looks he created on its cover art. From the orange sofa to the yellow table lamp and even the rustic wooden dining table featured in his recent photoshoot with Better Homes & Gardens, he blends that modern, neutral, minimalist feel with more retro vintage pieces. And since, furniture brands have since seen a major uptick in interest for similar pieces (Made reported interest spiking 100 per cent and 150 per cent MoM for its similar dining table and chairs after the shoot dropped). 

If you, like us, have instantly reconsidered your entire home’s aesthetic after a quick glance at Harry’s House, we’ve got you covered. To make sure your home is looking as stylish and put together as Harry’s (upside down as it may be), we’ve found the best pieces on the market to help you get the look, all at our favourite furniture stores from Made to Oka.

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From the album cover….

That orange sofa

We have to be honest, an orange sofa hasn’t caught our attention since the iconic Friends couch burst onto the scenes back in the late ’90s. Easily the stand-out piece from the Harry’s House album cover, you can find a pretty good dupe for Harry’s orange sofa at Made or John Lewis.

John Lewis & Partners Hendricks Medium 2-Seater Sofa

£999

John Lewis & Partners

The minimalist side table

While it probably isn’t the first thing you’d think of investing in when redecorating a room, your side table can have a big impact on your space. Harry’s minimalist, stripped-back table gives his space a slightly industrial feel, which we’re loving. The best dupe? La Redoute’s ‘Nottingham Metal & Pine Parquet’ side table.

La Redoute Nottingham Metal & Pine Herringbone Parquet Side Table

The dried flowers

Dried flowers can really bring together your space. If you’ve noticed how much they’re adding a flourish to Harry’s living room, you can get a similar bunch of dried flowers from Oliver Bonas and Made, both of which are the easiest (and most affordable) way to bring a touch of Harry’s House to your own.

Oliver Bonas Zesty Dried Flower Bouquet

Made Amabelle Dried Flower Bouquet

From the Better Homes & Gardens shoot…

It wasn’t just Harry’s album cover that’s been giving us major interiors inspiration recently. Posing for a shoot with Better Homes & Gardens, we were presented with another home set-up that’s been taking up our attention ever since. We’ll excuse the hole in his socks for how put together this breakfast vibe is.

https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/lifestyle/article/harry-styles-furniture-interior-design

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