Scented candles in porcelain jars, lacquered chairs upholstered with embroidered seats, and double-sided screens crafted in wood and velvet.
The objects are part of a new furniture and decorative pieces collection designed by Alessandro Michele. Featuring the House motifs, patterns and codes, the line also includes trays, cushions, mugs and metal folding tables designed to personalize the home.
Part of the porcelain collection include vases produced by Richard Ginori, the renowned Florentine company founded in 1735. The capitonné porter’s chair is upholstered in leather or velvet, with a drawer at the bottom—inspired by the high-backed and canopy-covered chairs used in England, and later in 16th–century France. A range of unconventional wallpapers are printed on vinyl, paper, or silk.
Download the Gucci App to decorate your spaces with new objects using Augmented Reality.