“In times of uncertainty, change – the past year wholly revived my passion for my home, pouring a little bit more of ourselves into our spaces has never felt more important. That’s where Paloma Home comes in!”


Summer 2021 marks British singer & songwriter Paloma Faith’s debut into the world of art & design with the coveted launch of her new interiors label Paloma Home. Designed to elevate the ordinary to the extraordinary with Paloma’s creative eye for pattern and play, the exuberant collection will encompass an array of fabrics, wallpapers, soft furnishings, and select upholstered pieces in statement prints.

Born from her love of opulent glamour, retro bohemia and inspired by the renovation of her own kaleidoscopic London townhouse, Paloma Home is the culmination of her lifelong fascination with design and passion for vintage and thrifting. A selfconfessed “nester”, Paloma recalls her fondness for the ‘home’ and all its maternal connotations  something the past year has only served to further accentuate.

With a nod to the romantic noirs of acclaimed director Wong Kar-Wai and his iconic sultry aesthetic, the collection will transport you with a palette of saturated jewel tones. Each of the pieces are rich with reference: dark, loaded wallpapers feel reminiscent of a louche, backstage world whilst highly decorative botanicals allude to a free-spirited air of femininity and a touch of the bohemian. The hedonism of the music scene unites with cinematic influence to create a dazzling interiors capsule.

“Home for me is a place where there is warmth, life, vibrancy and human touch. Something truly ‘lived in’. So much beauty emerges from chaos  and I hope to share this sentiment with Paloma Home.”

The debut line comprises ten house prints, from Pouncing Tigers and Luxe Leopards to Oriental Leaves & Birds, Vintage Chinoiserie and Monochrome Stripes. Underpinned by a feeling of faded grandeur and retro nostalgia, the range includes sumptuous velvet cushions in fiery animal prints and intricate hand-drawn birds in flight splashed across bedding for a boudoir-esque cocoon, intricate chinoiserie print wallpaper, curtains and blinds. More is always more, with tactile finishing touches such as braiding, piping and ruffles making for an entirely multi-sensory experience.

Paloma Home captures the essence of her much-loved fire & soul – a playful, premium and yet accessible collection – and a welcome mode of escapism for all.

“Growing up we didn’t always have a lot of money, but my mum did always prioritise investing in new cushion covers – and things felt brand new. That’s what I love about Paloma Home, you can have one piece and it changes a room – or you can embrace the whole collection, and it still works.”