The Mark Tuckey and Cotton On Homewares Range is Epic
Cotton On is moving into homewares.
And who better to partner with than the amazing Mark Tuckey? These two well-known brands are a match made in homewares heaven, with pieces that are designed to be accessible and fun. I’ve been saying for a while now that Cotton On is taking over the world and this proves it. I’m beside myself at how amazing this range looks and can’t wait to get my mitts on it.
Launching online on Friday July 3 (the suspense is going to kill me), the collection is full of modern decor gems and marks Cotton On’s first dabble in the homewares space.
“We’re incredibly excited to be partnering with one of the country’s iconic design brands to create accessories for your home that reflect our honest, relaxed, quintessentially Australian style,” says Cotton On’s General Manager, Felicity McGahan.
Mark Tuckey and partner Louella are equally excited that the two power houses are teaming up.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to design a fun, relaxed and accessible collection with Cotton On that will allow us to introduce the MARK TUCKEY brand to customers and homes throughout Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and South Africa,” they said.
The Mark Tuckey + Cotton On collection includes:
Eat: All things for the kitchen, including wooden bowls, chopping blocks, platters and tea towels
Drink: All vessels to drink from, including mugs, glasses and dog bowls
Relax: All things that help you create a space to relax in, including blankets and throws, cushions, ottomans and beanbags, scented candles, wall hooks and wooden clocks
Store: Everything you need to help get your home in order, including storage jars, laundry baskets, tote bags, overnight bags and storage bags
Bathe: All things you want in the bathroom, including bathmats and bathrobes
Sleep: All things for the bedroom, including duvet sets, sheets and pillowcases, blankets and cushions
>>> Mark Tuckey + Cotton On retails from $14.95 for a Twin Mug Set. The collection will be available online from Friday 3 July
What do you think? Are you going to be buying some of these pieces?