You’re Going to Want All of These Artist-Designed Home Décor Pieces

    Urban Outfitters has tapped cutting-edge artists for its newest home decorating collection

Urban Outfitters has long been a champion of all things indie, from the boho-inspired garb adorning their mannequins to the underground musicians playing on their speakers (there’s even an in-store selection of vinyls). Now the retailer is collaborating with independent creators from across the country in an eclectic addition to the Urban Outfitters home decorating line.

The UO Artists Editions collection, which currently contains 25 pieces, features the work of American artists and their inspired musings for the modern home. Though all fall under the brand’s eclectic aesthetic, the designs are as distinct as the artists themselves.

Want island vibes? Check out musician and artist Ted Feighan’s psychedelic floral graphics on tapestries, mugs, pillowcases, and prints, or bring the outdoors in with geographic planters from NewMade LA by Amsterdam Modern. Meanwhile, Brooklyn-based and sustainability-focused design studio, SIN, delivers handcrafted ceramics in whimsical silhouettes. For the truly quirky, Hello Happy Plant’s ceramic planters turn the everyday into art , in the form of grocery bags and athletic socks, while a handful of tongue-in-cheek pool floats from Working Girls’ Hot Bod line brings a little humor to the summer-ready set.

The limited-edition collection will be available online and in select stores across the U.S., with new artists joining the lineup each month.