Fashion lovers, rejoice. Gucci announced today the launch of Gucci Décor, an eclectic collection as quirky and timeless as its fashion staples—confirming what we've suspecting for months: Traditional décor is making a comeback.
With this new collection, the fashion brand's creative director, Alessandro Michele, is expanding his contemporary romantic vision to the home, bringing the beloved Gucci patterns, colors, and designs that have taken over the fashion world into the décor scene.
Just like in the brand's fashion line, there is nothing minimalistic in this décor collection. Included in the new line are velvet tasseled pillows embroidered with tigers, cats, snakes, and Staffordshire dogs; porcelain pieces by Richard Ginori, the renowned Florentine company founded in 1735; large colorful metal trays and side tables; and even decorative folding screens and wallpapers in intricate garden floral and geometric prints.
Also part of Gucci's new décor line is four home scents developed for both candles and incense by Michele himself, with rich aromas of damask rose, orange leaves, tomato leaves, and Seville oranges.
The collection will be rolled out across Gucci flagship stores and online—but you can catch a first glimpse of it today. Take a peek at some of our favorite pieces from the Gucci Décor line. We bet these will be as big as the Princeton slippers and Dionysus handbags.
Gucci's famous roaring tiger is rearing its head on a sumptuous green velvet tasseled pillow.
These blood red Chippendale-style chairs are upholstered in a traditional floral toile.
Taking inspiration from patterns already in Gucci's fashion collections, this decorative folding screen is maximalist at its best.
For smaller accents, this tripod tray table features a brightly decorated top.
One of the fashion world's favorite color-combs is coming to interiors, with this bright red and pink bamboo chair.
Another Gucci staple, the "Blind for Love" slogan, is immortalized on a forest green cushion with border trim.
Want more Gucci décor? Browse the full collection on Fashionista.
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