When Maria Sharapova retired from tennis in 2020, everyone knew she had plenty more projects right around the corner. Her latest: the Maria Collection, a line a furniture for Rove Concepts.
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Sharapova releases "Maria Collection" line of furniture
Published Mar 29, 2021
The collection has six items up for sale, ranging from a $436 Maria Rug to a $3,124 Maria Sofa, available in "warm taupe," "olive green," "porpoise" and more.
"I got the concept from traveling to so many beautiful different places," Sharapova said in a video with the company. "It's given me so much inspiration for the pieces that I want to bring in my own home."
It surely isn't the most accessible of Sharapova's consumer products, but it is one way to live the complete Maria lifestyle.