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I’m a self-confessed Justin Timberlake fan and have been since the 90s – you know, the ‘N Sync days? So, when I heard that Justin was teaming with celebrity stylist and interior designer Estee Stanley to launch HomeMint, a collection of home goods and art, I kind of freaked out, naturally.

Justin is an international artist, style icon and entrepreneur, and now, he’s officially marching into the design world as HomeMint’s designer and curator. It may seem like unlikely territory, but to him it feels natural. “HomeMint combines my love of architecture and interior design with my passion for technology and social media to create a brand that offers aspirational designs for the home at accessible prices,” he says.

homemint justin timberlake estee stanleyJustin Timberlake, designer/curator of HomeMint

Justin and Estee designed some of the pieces in the collection and curated others, seeking inspiration from European design and blends of different styles of architecture. The collection, that officially launched today, features everything from bohemian throw pillows and ceramic storage jars to Thonet dining chairs and Indian Ikat hand-tufted rugs. The exclusivity and uniqueness of many of these products are where Justin and Estee’s expertise is evident.

At today’s launch event at The Mercer Hotel in New York City, the two discussed the line’s look and feel, having both male and female curators. Justin certainly brings a level of masculinity to the collection, although feminine elements still remain intact. While Estee finds the masculinity apparent through the dinnerware and throws, Justin thinks the collection’s layering presents his strongest influence but adds: “There’s nothing like a woman’s touch to a home.”

So, I’ve already picked out a few of my favorite HomeMint items. (Well done, JT. Well done.) What I love most is how unique each item feels, along with the European flair. They’re all right on trend, but still feel like they could last in your home for ages.

homemint justin timberlake home goods pillowsSpeckled silk pillow in orange and pink (top); Jacobean print pillow in orange (bottom)

homemint justin timberlake estee stanley artwork sage vaughnArtwork: New Wave by Sage Vaughn

homemint justin timberlake estee stanley antique rugsAntique Russian hand-woven rug (top); Antique Moroccan hand-tufted rug (middle); Turkish hand-knotted rug (bottom)

homemint justin timberlake estee stanley decorative skullsDecorative brass (left) and silver (right) skulls

homemint justin timberlake estee stanley celadon vase ironwood snake accessoriesCeladon carved vase with cover; Large and small ironwood snakes

homemint justin timberlake estee stanley tarascon dishwareHand-woven Moroccan basket; Tarascon cereal bowl and mug; Blonde hickory cutting board

HomeMint shoppers can purchase these products at non-member pricing or pay a monthly membership fee of $9.99. Members receive exclusive pricing, early-bird access to limited edition items and a personalized showroom of products each month, matched to their particular style.

Check out the brand-new collection and let us know what you think. Are you surprised by Justin’s taste? Were you expecting the pieces to be different? Let us know in the comments below.

16 Responses

  1. Beth C. says:

    Love his style and this collection.

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  3. Karen Rauch Carter says:

    Love most of it – very beautiful, but I find in my line of work as a healthy home designer and feng shui consultant, that when I find skulls in a home, some sort of addiction is usually there too. Everything means something..there's a reason why some people are attracted to some stuff and others are repulsed by it, and it is my job to change their life by changing their surroundings. Stay mindful of what you surround yourself with…and if you don't like what's going on in your life, change what's going on in your environment. :)

    • Briana@HGTV says:

      Wow, that's an interesting insight to make, Karen! Thanks for sharing. I'd love to hear more about things like that you've noticed on the job…

  4. Angie says:

    Our home is finally finished. The last piece was a pool house, assembled by Backyard Rooms. I really didn’t expect them to finish so fast.

  5. Charles Irion says:

    Is there anything that Justin Timberlake can't do? It seems he has a hand in everything. Thanks for sharing and some of the designs are pretty nice.

  6. Karen says:

    The stuff looks nice but…..I don't like this…

    HomeMint shoppers can purchase these products at non-member pricing or pay a monthly membership fee of $9.99. Members receive exclusive pricing, early-bird access to limited edition items and a personalized showroom of products each month, matched to their particular style.

  7. Dani says:

    I love the bright colors. I'm also completely obsessed with
    Butterflies right now. I'm definitely impressed so far.

  8. Sheila says:

    I don't like the rugs shown here or the skulls. Would like to see other things. Like the blue vase.

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  10. Courtney says:

    I love the eclectic look of the items. I would never have thought to put those things together, but they end up looking great. I hope they come up with curtains, too, like any other perth curtainsblind company perth.

Kayla KittsKayla is a special projects editor at HGTV.com and a co-editor-in-chief for Design Happens. Kayla is an overbearing cat mom with a love for vintage-modern furniture, artisan cocktails, organizing all...


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