Here, we highlight four standout home collections spotted at this year’s Milan Design Week
Just as eclectic and extravagant as its fashion counterpart, Gucci Décor’s updated catalogue was brimming with over-the-top offerings. Unveiled at a temporary duplex store at 19 Via Santo Spirito, the collection bedecked the space with the grand ambience of an abode. The decorated, panelled doors; the coffered ceiling over the first floor; and the marble fireplace were brought to life with Gucci-patterned wallpapers; hanging blankets and more. The latest rendering saw Gucci’s familiar motifs repurposed into a number of furniture pieces and decorative items. Its iconic floral embroidery was reworked onto shell-shaped armchairs inspired by ’50s Hollywood; its wildlife elements injected into the vinyl, paper or silk wallpapers; and the star patterns revisited in the porcelain mugs, tea cups and candle holders. New designs in line with creative director Alessandro Michele’s aesthetic for the house were also introduced — in the forms of a teddy bear cross-stitch motif on velvet cushions and the “Hypnotism” imagery on metal folding tables, among others.
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