And cats are the main theme!
Popular YouTuber Velvet Gh0st has helped design Primark’s new homeware range.
The star, whose real name is Gabriella Rose, has helped to launch the new range which promotes the ‘quintessential blogger’s bedroom’.
The new interiors section contains pastel-coloured bedding, gold sequin-embellished lights and cushions with cat motifs.
Gabriella, who has more than 950,000 subscribers on her channel which focuses on music, beauty and lifestyle news, has said that her designs have been inspired by her pet cat Nellie. Cute!
‘I knew that I wanted to incorporate cats because I love cats!’ she said, adding: ‘And then, as it happened, the cat drawn up looked like Nellie, which was fine by me.’
And Sheffield-born Gabriella, who created mood boards of interiors she was inspired by before deciding on grey, mint green and candyfloss pink for the colour theme, said her favourite item is the cat-print eye mask because it’s ‘really cute’ and ‘super soft’. Other must-have pieces include a gold sequin cushion (£7), gold sequin-embellished fairy lights (£6), a framed print (£4) and a heart-shaped mug (£4).
Talking about the range, Gabriella revealed: ‘I’ve always loved their homeware offer, it’s so affordable and such gorgeous quality so you get the best of both worlds. I’m excited to have created this range with Primark.’
The 21-year-old added that the product line, which also boats zig zag and triangular-shaped patterns, is ‘good’ for her audience who are ‘mostly school and university age’ and might just want something affordable that looks nice to re-do their room.
The range, which launches in stores on August 18, starts at £1.80 for an eye mask with the most expensive item being a triangular-patterned double duvet set at £16.
Meanwhile, despite enjoying being in front of the camera, Velvet Gh0st won’t be featuring on reality shows like I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here any time soon. The star retweeted a fan’s comment saying they’d like to see her on I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here, writing next to it: ‘Are you kidding, I wouldn’t even touch the grass without freaking out.’