Amanda Holden has become the latest celebrity to turn designer with the launch of a new homeware collection. The Britain's Got Talent judge launched her BundleBerry collection on QVC on Monday, and her bistro sets became the retailer's fastest selling furniture product ever, with 128 BundleBerry mugs sold per minute.
The QVC Brand Ambassador has taken inspiration from her love of quirky and vintage style interior pieces for the collection, which ranges from an affordable £14.50 for mugs to £195 for a bedside table. "Designing my own Homes collection has always been a dream of mine," Amanda said of the collection. "The BundleBerry collection taps into my love of quirky, colourful designs and features a special gold ladybird on each item for you to find. I hold the ladybird symbol close to my heart and in some cultures it's believed that a ladybird brings you good luck."
Amanda Holden launched her debut homeware collection on Monday
The actress is one of many celebrities to launch interiors collections, including Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Kylie Minogue, who have all designed fashion-forward and affordable pieces. This Morning presenter Holly teamed up with Dunelm to launch her 'For the Home' collection, which comprises of five stylish duvet covers with matching pillowcases and cushions. Much like Holly's fashion choices, the collection is accessible and affordable for her fans priced between £12.50 for a set of pillowcases to £45 for a king-size duvet cover.
Holly Willougby designs a range of bedding for Dunelm
Holly's close friend Fearne Cotton launched her own interior collection for very.co.uk in 2013, and took inspiration from her personal style with a mix of prints and vintage-inspired designs across everything from armchairs to bedding. In May Fearne also revealed that she has also collaborated with British brand Swan to create a range of colourful kitchenware and cookware that is sure to be equally as successful when it is released in September.
Fearne Cotton launched her own homeware line in 2013
One of the longest-established celebrity interior collections is Kylie Minogue at Home, which was established in 2008 and sells in department stores including Debenhams and House of Fraser. Much like the other celebrity collections it takes reference from Kylie's personal style, with sequins, metallic colours and a mix of luxe fabrics creating a glamorous interior design.
Kylie Minogue has been designing homeware since 2008
Meanwhile celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has expanded his growing empire with a huge range of home and kitchenware that includes everything from saucepans to garden furniture and BBQs, all with his seal of approval.