I Just Asked 4 Fashion Girls What Homeware Pieces They're Buying This Summer

We all want to know what happens behind closed doors. Actually, scratch that—what we really want to know is what the interiors of fashion girls look like behind closed doors. Interiors are definitely having a moment, undoubtedly thanks to the increasingly accessible world of affordable homeware (H&M home, anyone?) and the wide-ranging online platforms (think Pinterest and Instagram) that offer endless inspiration. Now influencers are posting their perfectly curated picture walls alongside their latest outfit snap.

Suddenly, good design is no longer reserved for the 1%, and we can rest easy knowing that IKEA isn't the only available source for the rest of us. So because we're nosy, we decided to ask four of our favourite fashion people what interior pieces they've got on their shopping list this season. We see them out and about and on social media in their immaculately executed ensembles, and something tells us that its homeware will be just as stylish. From dinner party–ready champagne glasses to graphic furnishings to blush-coloured accessories, scroll down to see what fashion girls are loving right now.

Penny Goldstone, Digital Editor, Marie Claire

"I've been on the hunt for vintage style champagne coupes for a while, so I'll be adding this to the wish list. The tinted glass also gives them a pretty modern touch."

"I stumbled upon this clothing and homeware shop in Amsterdam and fell in love with its quirky, vintage-inspired designs. I love this trinket box celebrating the female form."

"There's literally not enough room on my walls for all the Isabelle Feliu prints I want. I love the colours, and this swimmer print gives me an instant case of wanderlust."

"La Redoute is a hidden gem when it comes to affordable and stylish furniture. I'm a little bit obsessed with all things rattan for summer, and this bistro chair also reminds me of lazy uni days spent at sitting at a Parisian café terrace."

"H&M has really stepped up its homeware game, and there's no better place to find expensive-looking items for very purse-friendly prices. This vase is the perfect example."

Ellie, Slip Into Style

"Shells have been everywhere in fashion this season—especially in jewellery form—so I'm happy to bring more shells in my interior decoration."

"I have this thing with mirrors—especially those gigantic golden ones. The more gilded, the better. It's very Versailles and very chic."

"I've been loving these vases and glasses made out of wine and champagne bottles. They're a fun and unexpected touch to your traditional cutlery holders."

"I recently bought a very colourful Kilim carpet. They're beautifully made and conjure images of far-away countries. Escapism at its best."

"My interior design is very classic, with hardwood floors and marble chimneys, but I love to add more contemporary or modern pieces into the mix. I've had my eyes on this S chair by Verner Panton."

Tracey Lea Sayer, Fashion Director

"Named after me, obvs! I have just bought two of these tables. I don't know how I ever lived without them, and at £15, they're a total bargain. Cheaper than a good bottle of wine."

"I'm slightly obsessed with analogue clocks. I already have one in the kitchen, and this mini version is perfect for my son's room."

"I'm trying to buy more art for my home. It has always been last on the list when I've been decorating. My promise to myself from now on is to buy one lovely piece a year."

"I've just decorated my hall and have a single, sad bulb just hanging there! This bad boy would brighten up my life."

"I love plants! I'm an avid gardener and also love my houseplants too. This planter is too good to go outside. It would be perfect in my wet room with humidity-loving plants from Patch."

Emma Spedding, Deputy Editor, Who What Wear 

"If I was the type of person to host a fancy outdoor luncheon, I'd serve my entrées on these. A girl can dream, right?"

"Sadly, I can't afford flowers every week, so these are a great alternative. Plus, all the French influencers love dried flowers too."

"This vase would be perfect for the above flowers."

"One day, I'd love to own one of Nina Brooke's beautiful seascape prints."

"Overose is my new favourite candle brand right now. I just love the dusty-pink colour of the packaging."