JCPenney Home Launches Lines With Jonathan Adler, Martha Stewart, Michael Graves And More (PHOTOS)

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JCPenney Home has a brand new look -- and we're feeling it. On Thursday, we got up close and personal with the store's new collections by some of our favorite design personalities; Martha Stewart, Jonathan Adler, Sir Terence Conran, Michael Graves, and brands BODUM, ORDNING&REDA and Pantone Universe, who were all represented at the launch party at New York City's Moynihan Station.

There was so much to see, we didn't even know where to start. But, we made sure to got a chance to plop down on Jonathan Adler's Crescent Heights tufted sofa, a piece with the designer's tell-tale midcentury aesthetic that comes in a plush navy or mushroom velvet. (Hurry, this beauty's on sale right now!) Some of our other favorites included the most cheerful housewares by BODUM and cute party staples from MarthaCelebrations, like this confetti-inspired collection called Cotton Candy.

While Reuters reported that Myron Ullman, CEO of the department store, said that it may take some time for shoppers to gravitate to these on-trend product lines, we cannot wait to shop. And there's even more great news: 500 JCPenney's stores received a complete Home department renovation, and they'll be hosting a housewarming sale from June 6-16 nationwide.

So, click through the slideshow of our favorite products below, and go on and hit the sale. We know we will!

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