Our personal spaces define us in many ways, and so how we choose to decorate them reveals much about our souls and personalities. Gucci Décor, the distinctive, imaginative and joyful collection of furniture, furnishings and decorative items from the House, is designed specifically to enable people to dress their own living spaces in a sophisticated, contemporary and creative way.
Reflecting the eclectic, romantic aesthetic of Creative Director Alessandro Michele, the Gucci Décor Collection incorporates a multitude of House motifs. The collection delivers an exuberant combination of color, pattern and design, incorporating text and multiple references to the lexicon of Gucci’s rich patterns, which often involve blooms and creatures. There are no rules here, Gucci provides the ingredients with which to curate and customize.
Among the many new concepts in the 2020 Gucci Décor Collection is “Souvenir from Rome.” Referencing the beautiful, opulent marble decoration of the rooms of the Musei Capitolini in Rome, where the House’s cruise 2020 show took place, these pieces feature a design that was used for the invitations for that presentation. The pattern is first hand-painted to achieve a marble effect and then put into production for use with various products: the Souvenir from Romeornamentation is applied to porcelain ashtrays in a square and star design (this last a brand new shape for the collection), a porcelain circular box, a candle holder with lid in porcelain, a folding metal table, a circular metal tray, wallpaper and a folding screen. All are bound together by the text “Souvenir from Rome,” which appears on each item in this family, except for the star shaped ashtray that shows the GG script.
Gucci Décor is available in Gucci flagship stores and Gucci boutiques, online at gucci.com and in select speciality stores. In the Philippines, Gucci is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., and is located at Greenbelt 4 and Shangri-La Plaza East Wing. Visit www.ssilife.com.ph or follow @ssilifeph on Instagram for more information
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