Gucci Décor - The Home Collection 2020

Among the pieces crafted in Italy designed by Alessandro Michele, porcelain trinket trays and boxes decorated with the House motifs, blankets with fringed borders and shell shaped armchairs inspired by 50s Hollywood. Embroidered velvet cushions are cut in the shape of animals, such as a cat’s head and an owl or bee, a handmade laundry basket is colorfully decorated in a black cat motif, and vases and umbrella stands are adorned with patterns and prints borrowed from Gucci’s ready-to-wear collections—including an original design by creative trio A Paris chez Antoinette Poisson.



The armchair in pink moiré fabric has a high-backed design that’s reflective of a seashell design. The fabric is specially woven to create a textured appearance that resembles waves, set on black metal legs. The main cushion is further enriched with a butterfly motif that is embroidered and then hand-applied.


The Floral Four Paneled Screen features two iconic Gucci motifs on either side. One is enriched with a floral jacquard fabric inspired by the ready-to-wear collection, and the other features allover bees—a historical Gucci code taken from the ‘70s archives. Designed to serve as an accent piece or a room divider, the screen is equipped with hinges that allow its width to be adjusted by closing or opening each panel. Brass nail heads enhance the silhouette and scalloped top edges.



The paneled screen features a lamé floral jacquard, inspired by the ready-to-wear collection. Designed to serve as an accent piece or a room divider, the screen is equipped with hinges that allow its width to be adjusted by closing or opening each panel. Brass nail heads enhance the silhouette and shaped top edges.


The armchair in plush teal velvet has a high-backed design that’s reflective of a seashell design. Set on black metal legs, the main cushion is further enriched with a floral design that is embroidered and then hand-applied, a process that takes approximately 5 hours to complete.



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