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6 Luxury Fashion Brands That Have Joined the Homeware Game

Gone are the days when luxury fashion brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci or Hermes were pouring all their creativity into designing handbags, clothes, and shoes. With the home furnishing market experiencing a revenue growth that is expected to exceed 1 trillion dollars, high-end fashion brands found the perfect moment to emerge from the dressing and take on the rest of the house.

Each fashion house found a way to stay true to their aesthetic, while creating pieces of furniture or décor meant to satisfy the needs of their most avid customers. Some of the brands, such as Hermès and Armani have long joined the homeware industry, but others have only recently launched their first home collection. If you are looking for ways to bring your passion for fashion into your home, check out the collections from the following brands. 

Versace 

Versace is known for promoting luxury and opulence, reminding people of the wealthy life of European royalty. Since 1978, when Gianni Versace launched his first collection under the company name “Gianni Versace Donna”, the infamous fashion house has had many collaborations with various brands outside the fashion industry, such as Lamborghini and AgustaWestland (a helicopter manufacturing company). The company launched its first home collection in the early ‘90s and has since stayed in the homeware business. 

The most recent collection was launched this year, at Milan Design Week, in April and features neon pieces, combine with bold prints and luxurious materials. Versace kept its infamous motifs, such as the Medusa and graphic checkerboards, but altered them with modern colors and prints. 

Versace Home pieces are never missing from luxurious properties, be it in the form of wall décor pieces, furniture or bathroom towels. One thing is for sure, though, the extravagant pieces are not for minimalists. 

Gucci 

Gucci is quite new to the homeware market, with its first collection being launched in September 2017. The collection featured a small range of furniture and décor pieces, such as chairs, mugs and other small décor pieces, all in the notorious over-the-top style of the Gucci house

Tiger-embroidered chairs, velvet cushions featuring snakes and incense burners decorated with bees, Gucci décor pieces are certainly not for everyone, but if you are on the looks for some items that will bring any room out of the ordinary, then it might be worth the while to take a look at their collection.

Louis Vuitton

One of the newcomers on the luxurious home décor market, the French brand Louis Vuitton has launched an exclusive collection titled Objets Nomades at the 2019 Milan Design Week. The pieces included in the collection all feature exquisite designs, the most breathtaking being the Bulbo Chair, a petal-inspired armchair. 

The collection also includes a variety of lamps, tables and other pieces of furniture, all designed with one thing in mind – to be iconic. There is no way to describe the most recent collection of Luis Vuitton home items, other than innovative and refined.

The designers that Vuitton has partnered up with have managed to stay true to the brand’s image and are following the concept that stood behind their limited-edition home décor pieces – the spirit of travel. Even if the pieces are far from your usual style, you can’t deny that, at the very least, they are extremely fun to look at. 

Hermès

There is no brand that screams minimalism, luxury and class, all at the same time, other than the infamous Hermès. Their way of keeping things classic, while also being extremely creative and artsy can be seen in their collection of furniture and home décor as well, with pieces that keep the minimalist aesthetic, combined with wood and leather elements. 

Hermès seems to have specialized in office décor items, featuring a wide variety of paperweight pieces, photo frames, key trays, and boxes. If you want to purchase an exquisite gift, the brand also sells a variety of wrapping paper rolls, to help you bring any gift out of the ordinary. 

For those who enjoy a good cigar once in a while, the French luxury brand sells over 40 models of ashtrays that fit wonderfully next to a glass of whiskey on the rocks. 

Bottega Veneta 

Bottega Veneta became famous because of its signature leather weaving technique, called Intercciato. They opened their first homeware boutique in 2015, in Milan, in an 18th-century house meant to complement the elegant pieces featured by the famous Italian brand. 

They have managed to include the weaving technique in almost all of their furniture and décor pieces, from coffee tables to storage boxes and pencil holders. Their furniture has also been featured in may world-class hotels, with Park Hyatt in Chicago and The St. Regis in Florence being only a few of them. 

They describe their collection as being enriching, innovative in terms of color and iconic. The aesthetic of the collection revolves around shades of brown, burgundy and blue, complimented by black and tones of gray. Just like the aesthetic of their boutique and brand, altogether, the collection aims to respect the aristocratic past, while also bringing in contemporary elements. 

Fendi

Fendi Casa is the Italian brand’s exclusive homeware line, featuring warm and rich colors and fabrics, meant to elevate the style of any room you desire. Living, bedroom, kitchen and even outdoor pieces complete the collection and all seem to align to the same aesthetic – modern pieces, with neutral tones and stylish accents. 

If you were to take a closer look at their décor items, you will surely find some pieces that fit your house, no matter if you are looking for a more minimalistic or rich aesthetic. The versatility of the pieces makes them a perfect fit for any house and promise to bring a sense of class and richness to any room. The All of their collections take inspiration from famous cities or places, such as Los Angeles, Cape Town, Morocco and Monte Carlo. The Lake Como collection, for example, takes inspiration from the homonymous Italian lake and features pieces in tones of green and brown, gray and blue. 

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