Lionel Richie and FHE work 'All Night Long' on furniture collection
Lionel Richie new furniture collection

LOS ANGELES -- Grammy-winning musician Lionel Richie is expanding his Home collection by tapping into home furniture and storage products that include storage ottomans, benches, and hampers.

Lionel Richie ottoman bench
The Lionel Richie Home Symphony Storage Ottoman Bench with Decorative Pillows, Moonlit Blue, and a hinged lid.

The award-winning singer whose hits ranged from ballads such as "Lady" and "Say You, Say Me" to dance hits including "Dancing on the Ceiling" and "All Night Long," said that the new line reflects his "taste and passion for creating a luxurious escape in your own home."

Lionel has partnered with global home furnishings company The FHE Group Inc. in Concord, Ont., to design and create a functional, contemporary assortment of products.

“Being able to expand my home line means so much to me," said Richie in a statement. "We have all spent so much time at home this past year so I wanted to create home products that are not only beautiful but also comfortable and practical. I am so happy to be able to share it with the world.”

The initial launch assortment is 12 SKUs, with line extensions in the works. The line is available now and can be found on Amazon here

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