Luxury home decoration by the big names is gaining increasing popularity and attraction. From giftware to knick-knacks to furniture: today the luxury home decoration market extends far beyond clothes, accessories or leather goods, becoming an integral part of a way of life and a lifestyle.
Versace produced not only piggy banks and statues representing classic medusa, but also wallpapers, beds, sofas and various furnishings. Every corner of one's home, just like a person itself, projects a taste for luxury and expresses the desire to stand out from all that is normal and ordinary. Enjoying a good meal served on Versace plates, sipping coffee in Versace cups or relaxing in an armchair bearing the famous brand name is becoming increasingly sought-after.
Luxury home decoration also embellishes other aspects of everyday life: Giorgio Armani, for example, in addition to furniture, carpets and lamps, also designed dog bowls, trays made of leather fibres, rubber latex and natural oils, all chrome-free, and objects of various sizes for every room in the house.
And to further underline the fact that luxury and high fashion trends are becoming increasingly present in everyday life, Dolce and Gabbana created a kitchen range that includes refrigerator and furniture, as well as juicer, toaster and pasta boxes, all in Sicilian style with warm, bright colours and patterns.
Not to mention the objets nomades, furniture and objects inspired by Vuitton's travels that awake a sense of freedom from the everyday and ordinary.
Luxury dictated by high fashion becomes a lifestyle, but above all a way of rising above everyday life, carving out a space that few have access to and which therefore becomes something special and original.