'I bought almost everything!' Gap's debut home collection with Walmart is as chic as you'd imagine

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Gap Home at Walmart
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Gap has tapped into home decor with a debut line of bedding, bath, and kitchenware just as irresistible as its tees and jeans. 

Available exclusively on Walmart.com, the 400+ piece collection offers classic American style at an accessible price point; items range from $15–$64. 

And you can feel good about your purchases knowing that a majority of items are made from recycled materials or organic cotton. Plus, there's a little something for everyone, whether you're a first-time homebuyer in need of tableware or sending a child off to college with soft sheets and a comforter. 

"We’ve wanted to get into 'Home' for years," Gap's head of marketing Kristine Pizzelanti, said in a statement. 

"The Covid-19 pandemic, though, has greatly accelerated the category, and we don’t see this growth slowing down. Because people were and still are home more—especially those working remotely—they’re eager to make it a space they love to spend time in."

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The collection features tablewear, curtains, bedding, even bathroom accessories and all with that trademark aesthetic Gap is so well know for.

"Those iconic Gap colors and materials—shades of blue, white, khaki, as well as fun pop colors, denim and chambray—give it the classic Gap look, but we were also inspired by our summer 2021 collection," Kristine added. "Pops of tie-dye and ombre add a dimension of fun."

It's not only Kristine that's excited but the collection, Gap fans over on Twitter are overjoyed with the collab with one user commenting they bought "almost everything."

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Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.