Grammy winner Miranda Lambert is teaming up with Walmart for a line of home decor.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Walmart is partnering with Miranda Lambert for a line of home décor inspired by the most influential women in the three-time Grammy winner’s life.
The Wanda June Home Collection includes more than 80 kitchen, bar, tabletop and home décor items priced from $12.97 to $170, with most pieces under $30. The inaugural collection is designed to mix, match and collect, with tabletop essentials inspired by Lambert’s Southwestern retro farm kitchen.
“Wanda June Home is named after the two most influential women in my life, my mom Beverly June Lambert and my grandma Wanda Louise Coker, AKA Nonny,” said Lambert. “They both taught me everything I know about being a woman and how to make a warm home full of laughter, love and memories. That’s really the heart of my Wanda June Home brand.
“The products are a physical representation of a long line of beautiful memories with amazing women. I am thrilled to launch Wanda June Home with Walmart, where my grandpa was a greeter back in the day and where I’ve shopped all my life.”
Wanda June Home joins Walmart’s portfolio of popular exclusive product lines, including Beautiful by Drew Barrymore, Gap Home, The Home Edit, The Pioneer Woman, Queer Eye and My Texas House. Following this inaugural collection, new Wanda June Home items and collections will drop seasonally.
“The Wanda June Home line is a truly authentic collaboration that’s only available to Walmart customers, and we know they are going to love Miranda’s approachable, charming take on entertaining essentials and home décor at fantastic values,” said Anthony Soohoo, executive vice president, home, at Walmart. “It’s our mission to build the easiest place to shop for home design by allowing our customers to save time, effort and money. The Wanda June collection is the latest example of how Walmart is continuing to expand and elevate our assortment to democratize style for our customers.”
Thomas Lester is Retail Editor for Furniture Today and Digital/Managing Editor for Home Accents Today. A graduate of Emory & Henry College’s Mass Communications program, Lester spent a dozen years working for newspapers in Virginia and North Carolina covering an array of subjects, ranging from community news, government, education, ACC sports, professional baseball and more before joining Furniture Today in 2013. Reach out to me with your story ideas, tips and more at email@example.com.