The shopping giant is branching out into affordable pieces for the home, with prices starting from just £8.
Launching on February 8, the e-tailer will now sell its own homeware range, called ASOS Supply, alongside other brands.
The new line will be broken down into three categories, Eclectic Luxe, Cool Minimal and Global Traveller.
Explaining the range, ASOS said the first category will have “recycled glassware, retro-inspired statement plates, chintzy soft furnishings with quilted elements, animal prints, as well as pom-pom and tassel details.”
While the minimal range will focus on ‘conversational prints’, with clean lines and brush stroke patterns on fabrics from bedding to towels.
They said: “Soft furnishings are key to bringing this trend to life, along with fun animal shapes and quirky storage pots.”
The traveller range is inspired by the 70s, and features bold pops of colour alongside “graphic geotextiles and contemporary fashion prints.”
Previews of the new collection show hand-woven wicker baskets, pom pom detailing on rugs and cushions, with vibrant nature prints on tableware and bedding.
The company said: “ASOS Supply is inspired by seasonal trends and packed with innovative pieces for your home that are as individual as you are.
“So, whether you’re a minimalist or a curator of colour, there’s something for everyone – including decorative hanging planters, modern kitchen and bathroom accessories and cosy throws.”
And we recently revealed ASOS has a try-before-you-buy service.
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