Gucci introduced the new Gucci Décor line that was designed by Alessandro Michele to create highly imaginative, and poetic pieces.
The new Gucci Décor collection includes furniture, furnishings and decorative items that can turn anyto a creative and contemporary retreat. Sophisticated and vibrant combinations of colors, patterns and words, with multiple references to Gucci’s rich library of designs that often revolve around flora and fauna, create a vibrant impression.
Among the many new concepts in the 2021 Gucci Décor collection is decorative colored porcelain tableware made by Ginori 1735. The Richard Ginori porcelain coffee mug features Gucci’s Herbarium motif – a playful Toile de Jouy design of cherry branches, leaves, and flowers, inspired by a vintage fabric. The lid is topped with a butterfly in flight – a symbol from the Gucci Garden. The yellow porcelain charger plate is decorated with the eye, a recurring motif throughout Gucci’s collections, surrounded by stars and a ring of hands – a nod to the romance that inspires the House.
A range of blankets, quilts, and cushions, all garnished with Gucci’s distinctive decorative motifs creates a sense of relaxation in the house. Chairs, tables, and footstools are all full of character while new wallpapers in non-woven fabrics feature floral and geometric themes taken from the collection of House prints.
Dragonfish jacquard chair and matching stool are defined by a whimsical jacquard of leaping golden dragonfish interacting with the natural world—a theme that has come to define many of Gucci’s design throughout ready-to-wear and accessories. The seat is trimmed with braided and knotted fringes, and accented by brass nail heads that highlight the silhouette.