Betterliving September/October 2019


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By Caprice Home Freya Duvet


If you want to turn your bedroom into an

ultra-feminine boudoir, look no further

than the glamorous By Caprice Home

collection, which is now available at Dwell

stores in Dubai. The dazzling range,

which includes bedding, cushions, throws

and home accessories, is the brainchild

of supermodel turned entrepreneur

Caprice Bourret, who decided to put her

modelling days behind her in order to

reinvent her career at the age of 35.

“My mum is a successful interior

designer based in LA and I learned a

great deal from her growing up,” says

Caprice. “She helped inspire my passion

for interiors and property. Your home

is where you spend the majority of your

time and it’s important you feel happy,

relaxed and comfortable there.”

The London-based star, who has

appeared on the cover of Vogue, found

this season’s inspiration in decadence

and sparkles. The result is a new drop

of matching bedding sets, duvets,

pillowcases, cushions, runners and

curtains that really shine.

“Everyone needs a little glamour in

their life and By Caprice Home doesn’t

disappoint. One of my personal favourite

bedding sets this season is the By Caprice

Loretta set – it is very sophisticated and

combines fresh simplicity with pretty

sparkle,” she says. “The material is super

soft and features a silver bow as the

perfect finishing touch.”

Available at Dwell stores in Dubai.

To find out more, visit bycapricehome.

com and follow @bycapricehome

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