Gucci’s wild luxury hits homes with designs inspired by over-the-top garden parties and life outdoors. Creative director Alessandro Michele designed the new line of Gucci decor with pops of complementary colors and moments of ethereal whimsy, reviving some of the brand’s archival floral prints. Not unlike Gucci’s recent pet collection, the new line for the home is at once shocking and makes complete sense coming from the luxury brand.
The most recent additions to the Gucci home collection are captured in photography by Max Siedentopf, placing the new items in outdoor replications of living spaces, all made of giant topiaries. Oversized, teapot-shaped hedges accompany normal, porcelain teapots covered in leafy designs in the photography.
The new products include metal candles in four different fragrances and designs, trinket trays, blankets, cushions, mugs, coasters, silverware, tea sets, and more. Among the larger home products are 18th-century inspired tufted armchairs and even wallpapers. The Gucci monogram splashes across the collection frequently alongside the flora and fauna.
The new Gucci decor collection is available for purchase on Gucci’s website.