Well known for his life-changing work as the interior design expert on the Netflix show, Queer Eye, which just snagged their fifth consecutive Emmys win, Bobby Berk isn’t new to the world of home decor and maximizing small spaces. The reality star and author is continuing to transform people’s homes with his new collection with QVC, which is available to shop today. The exclusive line includes an array of luxury linens, throw pillows, blankets and more that aren’t just designed to give your haven a fashionable upgrade, but to help maximize space.
“It’s fun to put together a collection, but it’s even more fun when you actually get out there and talk about it,” Berk tells Good Housekeeping. “I really wanted to create a collection that was me, but also something that would really appeal to the QVC customer — which is amazing, strong, powerful women.”
Perfect for lovers of affordable decor, some items in the line, including a set of cotton pillowcases that is available in six colors, are priced as low as $24. “I get on Queer Eye every day and I talk about how design can change your life,” Berk says. “We really made this line as accessible as possible, while at the same time maintaining the quality.”
Some of his memorable picks include the indoor/outdoor lanterns (the once-New Yorker uses them during his afternoon dog walks), the collapsible dividers ($37) and the storage bins ($39). They all feature sleek faux leather handles and have a multi-functional purpose that’s great for entertaining and staying organized in style.
“I wanted to create products for our customers in those metropolitan areas and smaller spaces, like New York, so it’s all about maximizing your real estate,” Berk says. “There are items you can even use under your bed or sofa.”
So whether you want to refresh your home this season or find a gift for the design enthusiast in your life, shop Bobby Berk’s home collection exclusively on QVC. And make sure to check it out early, as the pieces are sure to sell out fast!
Mariah Thomas (she/her) is an assistant editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers home and lifestyle content. Mariah has more than four years of editorial experience, having written for TLC, Apartment Therapy, Women’s Health and Avocado Magazine. She received her master’s degree in journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and published her first book, Heart and Soul: Poems of Thoughts and Emotions, in 2019. She’s also the founder of RTF Community a platform for creatives of color to connect, learn and showcase their work.
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