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Gucci Décor, the latest offering from the elite Italian fashion house, is an eclectic collection of items with which customers can dress their own spaces — where you are invited to customize pieces by applying decorative details.

The pieces in the new Gucci Décor collection display a multitude of design motifs from the brand’s creative director Alessandro Michele. All of the patterns, colors, designs and decorative tropes have been inspired by his fashion collections and are reimagined for furniture, furnishings and more.

In addition, pieces of text make occasional appearances and the influence of the Gucci Garden lexicon is ubiquitous, with flora blooming abundantly and creatures appearing everywhere, whether on screens, cushions or teapots.

Smaller pieces of the collection such as crockery are crafted of porcelain and produced by Richard Ginori, the renowned Florentine company founded in 1735. Scented-candle holders, which display House patterns made by Richard Ginori are also highlighted. Other notable design details include the Herbarium floral print, geometric chevrons, and animals from the Gucci Garden – bees, butterflies and cockerel heads – rendered and attached to the pots and their lids.

Additionally, four scents for both candles and incense have been developed by Michele — Inventum (a delicate note of ancient damask rose, blended with voluptuous and distinctive Taif rose); Fumus (the dark and intense scent of birch, mingled with that of orange leaves and beeswax); Herbosum (the fresh, intense scents of tomato leaves and aromatic plants, mixed with the fragrance of long grass peppered with basil and lemongrass); and Esotericum (the bitter aroma of Seville oranges, intricately intertwined with notes of jasmine, leather and salt).

Furthermore, a range of unconventional wallpapers coming in silk, vinyl and paper will be offered for those who want to make a strong statement in draping their entire space in everything Gucci.

Gucci Décor will launch starting September with a progressive global roll-out in Gucci flagship stores, online at gucci.com and select boutiques.

It’s also worth noting that there will be no dedicated area for the collection within Gucci stores, instead, they will be spread throughout Gucci store interiors, integrated with clothing, accessories and shop fittings.

Blending a joyous combination of hue, pattern and design overall, view more of the decor above and head over to Gucci’s website for more information.

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