Gucci Décor 2021 collection adds dining room staples.
Scented candles in porcelain jars, lacquered chairs upholstered with embroidered seats, and double-sided screens crafted in wood and velvet.
The powerful, romantic Gucci Décor collection of furniture, furnishings and decorative items from the Gucci luxury house is designed to dress living spaces in a way that is both creative and contemporary. Exuberant combinations of colors, patterns and words, with multiple references to Gucci’s rich library of designs that often revolve around flora and fauna, create a vibrant impression.
The new Gucci Décor line was designed by Alessandro Michele to create highly distinctive, imaginative, and poetic
pieces. Among the many new concepts in the 2021 collection is decorative colored porcelain tableware made by Ginori 1735.
New from this 2021 powerful, romantic collection is a group of three candles in coloured opaline glass are reminiscent of the types of containers found in late 19th-century apothecaries. The scents are Esotericum, with notes of bitter orange, jasmine and leather; Inventum, a rose blend; Freesia, featuring violet, resin and African freesia.
Vivid hues define the collection of Murano glass candles for Ouverture. Metal tops with engraved knobs complement their construction. Freesia medium murano candle presented in light pink contains a blend of wax infused with aromatic extracts and essential oils that combine to create a scent of freesia—a blend of violet leaf and resinous galbanum notes.
Featuring the Gucci 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.
Richard Ginori’s porcelain bread plate for Gucci Home line is defined by the phrase ‘Prodige D’Amour’. Emblematic
elements from the Creative Director’s designs are presented again for the Ouverture collection and create a link to Gucci’s rich history. The charger plate is defined by the eye, a recurring motif throughout Gucci’s collections, surrounded by starts and a ring of hands—a nod to the romance that inspires the luxury Italian house.