If you're extra AF and love the finer things, you – and your home – will appreciate Gucci's new home collection.
Trust Alessandro Michele to disregard any notion of minimalism in this latest Décor line. Instead, the house’s Creative Director uses his "more is more" ethos to romantically drip out interiors. The new collection makes numerous references to Gucci’s rich library of designs, decorating pillows, vases, candles, tableware, and furniture with a vast selection of house motifs.
The entire offering is an eccentric ode to entertaining and gives you everything you need and more for that first lavish post-lockdown dinner party. Their plateware, from cake trays to sugar bowls, is crafted by storied Florentine ceramicist Ginori 1735. Painted intricately with the house's Herbarium print or adorned in a series of signature house motifs – like their surrealist “Star Eye” – everything is distinctly Gucci. Meanwhile, new sets of forks and spoons come chiseled with lion heads, a process so intricate that the utensils go through 20 manufacturing stages.
The world may be opening up, but if you're still in the mood to stay in and chill, Gucci's cushions – a cult collector’s item since Gucci decor launched in 2017 – are back and better. One has a floral print with pink tassels, another features a lounging tiger patch plastered onto tartan. These can be cozily combined with a range of mohair blended blankets that are interlocked with patterned Gucci logos and stripe motifs.
Take a gander at the collection in the gallery above. And if you're interested in giving your home a luxurious makeover, the new Gucci Décor line is available on Gucci.com and in boutiques worldwide