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Drew Barrymore unveils first home decor range

Published 30/08/2016

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore

The star drew inspiration from her own home for some of the pieces.

Actress Drew Barrymore is expanding her business empire with a new home decor collection.

The Charlie's Angels star has already experienced success outside Hollywood with ventures like her Flower Beauty and Eyewear range, and her Barrymore Wines line, and now she is helping fans decorate their homes in collaboration with the creative minds at popular website Shutterfly.

Drew Barrymore's Home Decor Collection, which launched on Monday (29Aug16), features everything from colourful bedding and pillows to paperweights and artwork, and is aimed at helping people make their pads more welcoming.

"I'm happiest when my home is filled with family and friends. And I want it to be comfortable and inviting for them," the 41-year-old tells "There's nothing more awkward then walking into someone's house, looking around and not being sure where it's safe to sit."

Barrymore drew inspiration from some of her favourite items in her own home for her Shutterfly line, mixing soft shades with touches of gold, and making use of various geometric patterns.

"I'm so lucky that I get to work in such a wide-array of design arenas every day," Drew says of her every-growing list of projects. "It's so energising."

But the actress, who finalised her divorce from third husband Will Kopelman in July (16), acknowledges turning a house into a real home takes time: "You have to buy and decorate from different places over time, which takes patience. But it's so worth it when you eventually walk through a room, and the time that it took to create it disappears, and you have that Oprah 'aha' moment, and it has all come together."

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