Missguided Home – Staff top picks
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Missguided Homeware has just launched and it has a little something to suit every aesthetic. From bodyshape candles, to bedding, pampas grass and storage solutions. The carefully curated collection has been sourced with both functionality and flair in mind, providing a whole range of versatile pieces for any style of home. We asked some of the team members at Missguided HQ for an insight into their tastes and their top picks from the collection.
Missguided HQ top picks
The homeware collection is designed to fit in with all aesthetics, so we rounded up some team members with very different tastes to let us know their fave pieces from the Missguided homeware drop.
Emily – graphic designer
My taste in homeware is usually anything black (living my best goth life) or scandi neutral vibes, I normally hate pampass but the black ones are so different and classy i love… also anything for my plant kingdom is a must and i think everyone needs a plant mister for some amazing green ferns in their pad.
Emily’s Top picks
Liv- Creative content Executive
My homeware taste doesn’t really have a theme or an aesthetic, I kind of just buy what I like and make it work. My flat has a bit of a boho feel and I have a mixture of vintage and modern pieces. I love a bit of clutter, I can’t deny it, I’m a bit of a magpie when it comes to bright colours and shiny objects, I can’t help myself.
Liv’s top picks
Hollie – Graphics manager
I have made my home pretty eclectic. I love bold prints on the wall and pops of colour in my homeware accessories. I can’t resist a statement piece and a bright sofa is EVERYTHING.
Hollie’s top picks
Saskia – Social Media Assistant
I have recently bought my first house, so I am just in the process of doing it up at the minute. I’m always really drawn to eathy tones and I would say that my new home is very Japanese-inspired with lots of storage & organisation to keep me sane haha.
Saskia’s Top Picks
Eden- Junior Graphic Designer
I love simple, minimalist homewear pieces. I hate my house feeling cluttered, so I am pretty picky when it comes to decor. I like everything to feel bright and airy, so I try to stick to muted tones, with the odd statement piece here and there.