Kardashian Home Line Debuts at Sears

From the new Kardashian Kollection home lineFrom the new Kardashian Kollection home line

NEW YORK-Home has launched under the Kardashian Kollection at Sears, announced by Kourtney Kardashian on her blog. The initial line includes bedding sets, decorative pillows, bath towels and accessories.

"After months of design meetings with my sisters and the Kardashian Kollection team I can finally reveal our brand new home line," Kardashian wrote. "It has always been a dream of mine to design a home collection, since interior design is one of my passions." She added that the Desert Dreams bedding set, shown, is her "absolute favorite."

On sears.com, the collection ranged in prices from $6.99 for a New York Dreamer silver washcloth (on sale from $9.99) to $104.99 for a queen four-piece sheet set called Spanish Harlem (on sale for $149.99) to $153.99 for the Home Desert Dreams bedding collection (on sale for $219.99).

The Kardashian sisters, which also include Kim and Khloe, first announced their collaboration with Sears in 2010. The collection initially launched with apparel.

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