Donny Osmond, he's a singer, dancer and now... designer. Yes, you read that correctly.

According to the New York Times, Osmond and his wife Debbie are releasing a home collection called "Donny Osmond Home." From what we can see on his website, the line will include lighting, bedding, rugs and dinnerware. To be honest, the collection isn't all that bad. It mixes modern and traditional styles pretty well.

The Times said the collection will be available online later this year through different retailers, and we're kind of interested to see how it gets perceived.

Head over to the New York Times for more information. And check out some of the goods on Osmond's website.

Other celebs who dabble in design.

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  • Justin Timberlake

    Is there anything he can't do? This former boy band heart-throb, turned solo singer turned actor (still heart-throb) also has a knack for interior design. Timberlake is a co-curator and designer of <a href="">HomeMint</a>. Just one more reason to be upset that he's officially off the market.

  • Kirstie Alley

    Alley's stint as the spokeswoman for Pier 1 Imports was no coincidence--this actress worked in interior design <em>before</em> she was casted in her debut role on Cheers. <a href="">Her own home in Wichita, Kansas</a>, is proof of her decor skills.

  • P. Diddy

    Famous for his music, acting roles, his white parties and his clothing line, this mega-star also has a home collection under his clothing brand Sean John, which is sold at <a href="">Bed Bath & Beyond</a>.

  • Cindy Crawford

    This former supermodel channeled her experience with high fashion into creating a stylish and refreshing home decor line, <a href="">Cindy Crawford Style for JCPenny</a>

  • Jane Seymour

    Besides her clothing and jewelry lines, this award-winning actress also has a <a href="">home accessories line and a furniture line</a>, showing that she truly dabbles in everything. She also sells <a href="">beautiful silk floral arrangements</a>.

  • Eva Mendes

    <a href="*&Keyword=vida&resultsPerPage=24&Action=sd&attrs=Brand:Brand:Vida+by+Eva+Mendes">Vida by Eva Mendes</a> at Macy's consists of brightly colored, patterned dinnerware that expresses this actresses Latina roots.

  • Sofia Vergara

    This Modern Family star just recently launched her line, <a href="">Sofia by Sofia Vergara</a> at Kmart, which is full of affordable decor for the bedroom and bath in deep purples, grays, beiges and black.

  • Beyonce

    This pop superstar's design house, <a href="">House of Dereon</a>, includes bedding and drape collections fit for a diva.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow

    Although she doesn't have her own decor line, Paltrow claims to be obsessed with home decor. And considering her recent <a href="">purchase this summer of Veranda’s "House of Windsor" </a>show home, and her three other gorgeous homes, we'd have to agree.

  • Ali Landry

    Former Miss USA Ali Landry is passionate about home decor and prefers to put her money towards beautiful additions to her home.

  • LeBron James

    We were shocked to learn this NBA star designed a line of children's furniture, <a href="">Home Court by Lebron James</a>, with Ohio-based furniture company American Signature, back in 2010 when he played for the Caveliers.

  • Lenny Kravitz

    This singer/songwriter has created a posh home design collection, <a href="">Kravitz Design</a>, which includes custom-made furniture, gorgeous Swarovski crystal lighting fixtures and daring patterned wallpaper.

  • Pippa Middleton

    Known as somewhat of a party girl, it seems fitting that Ms. Middleton has written a book on party-planning, which launches October 30. Although it's not based solely on interior design, her book, “<a href="">Celebrate: A Year of Festivities for Families and Friends</a>,” will offer a comprehensive, stress-free guide for decorating and entertaining for any occasion.

  • LONDON - JANUARY 17: Pippa Middleton seen walking in the street in London. Jan 17, 2012 in London.

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