You can now Gucci-fy your home. Set to coincide with Milan's international furniture fair, Salone del Mobile, which kicks off tomorrow, the brand has opened up a temporary, two-story boutique in the Italian city replete with home furnishings, porcelains, and furniture all incorporating designer Alessandro Michele's heavily patterned, flora and fauna-filled aesthetic.
At more than 2,600 square feet, Gucci Décor is like stepping into a Gucci wonderland, with lavish wallpaper, print-covered doors, and colorful, hanging blankets that resemble tapestries.
Standout pieces from the range, which will feature both new and already-established pieces from Gucci's home line, include velvet, shell-shaped arm chairs; throws and cushions embroidered in the brand's signature double-G logo; and Richard Ginori-produced candleholders and ashtrays.
Those not in Milan can still get a taste of the label's foray into interior design, as the items are also available online and at Gucci boutiques and flagship stores around the world.
Gucci Décor is located at 19 Via Santo Spirito in Milan and is currently open until June.
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