Justin Timberlake’s HomeMint Collection

Seriously, though, is there anything this gentleman can’t do?
Staff Writer


We’re convinced there are simply just some people who constantly win at life. People like Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Gisele Bundchen always seem to be dropping a new album, designing a clothing line, walking the runway, or just simply killing it every chance they get. Also included in that elite group? Justin Timberlake. Think about it — how many times have you heard Timberlake’s name in the past few months?

Whether it was his stint on Saturday Night Live, his weeklong run on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the drop of his new album, The 20/20 Experience, his wedding to Jessica Biel, or his consistent front-row seat at every big-name fashion show during Paris Fashion Week, Timberlake is on fire.

Since Timberlake will be busying himself this summer with his 12-city concert tour with Jay-Z, it’s a good thing his newest collection for HomeMint, his luxury home brand, debuted this past weekend. Wait — his what? His luxury home brand? Yes — that is correct. You can go ahead and add designer to the list of titles Timberlake holds, in addition to actor, singer, Five-Timers Club member, and creative director for Bud Light Platinum.

Timberlake, along with celebrity stylist Estee Stanley, premiered the brand last October to rave reviews. With a luxe aesthetic in mind, the power duo has created a collection that spans every room of the house and brings a simple and sophisticated style to each space.

Now, with spring in full force, the pair pushed out their newest collection that consists of four assortments for four different types of people: the classicist, the modernist, the wanderer, and the artist. Their newest collections vary from office and travel goods, unique finds, hand-selected art, and brahms mount textiles.

From woven baskets to ceramic bowls to deep-blue plates and cheese board sets, explore the collection of tabletop and kitchen essentials, as well as pieces for the rest of your home, here.

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