Maybe you are looking for decorative accents to brighten up your home. Or you are embarking on an interior design project for a client. Whatever your home decor needs are, these recently-released collections from the interior design lines of luxury fashion houses will give you some of the best options currently available for the ultra-luxe home. Open up the doors to these delightful pieces that are bound to inspire and impress.
In 2019, Dior opened its very first Maison Dior boutique on the chic Avenue Montaigne exclusively devoted to interior design. Since then, the house has offered a host of objects intended to sublimate the savoir-vivre, from table service to Christmas decorations, all available through themed capsules according to the seasons, but also the creations of Maria Grazia Chiuri for ready-to-wear. The latest? The Granville collection, designed by Cordelia de Castellane – a true tribute to Monsieur Dior’s fascination with nature and botany. Hydrangeas and wisteria in amethyst, emerald, or grey-blue shades illuminate a series of plates, mugs, small trays, and even hand-painted glasses. Vases, delicate boxes, monochrome candlesticks, and blown-in Murano glass also enrich this radiant floral line.
Since the inauguration of the Saint-Laurent Rive Droite boutique, the house has offered all kinds of everyday objects and trinkets branded YSL. Available pieces are in the famous codes of the house such as leopard-print or heart-shaped items, as well as branded bath towels. The Rive Droite boutique is in no way similar to the brand’s other stores. Instead, it offers its own selection of design objects from the house’s specialties in the most luxurious decoration.
With Gucci Décor, launched in 2017 under the leadership of Alessandro Michele, the Italian house proposed to adopt its unique patterns and other shimmering prints within its own house. This time, it goes further, and offers, in addition to table services, candles, and other storage compartments, a complete line ranging from embroidered cushions to GG motif plaid, including Chiavari chairs, armchairs, and screens, all infused with a very rococo ‘70s spirit.
Diane von Furstenberg x H&M Home
For Spring/Summer 2021, Diane von Furstenberg is teaming up with H&M Home for a limited interior line made up of collector’s items infused with her flagship prints, such as zebra and leopard, her lip motif, and the signature abstract Diane print. Vases, cushion covers, blankets, and candles enrich this exceptional collection, which boasts the iconic style of the avant-garde designer.
Pieces from the collection will be available from April 16 at H&M Home boutiques and online.
Fendi Casa intends to enhance the fashion house with an infusion of luxury home staples. With the line, the brand offers to redecorate living spaces with Fendi-branded furniture. Rather than just interior accessories, the line carries a full range of pieces from bedroom sets to sofas to kitchen tables – enough to order all of your home decor directly from the luxury brand. The full-service line has commissioned several large-scale decoration projects, including the Lady Lara Benetti boat, the first luxury yacht decorated by Fendi Casa.
Since 2012, Louis Vuitton has invited famous designers from around the world to imagine experimental but functional furniture and design pieces for the Objets Nomades collection. From hammocks and folding stools to armchairs and TV screens, each limited edition object, numbered and signed, pushes back and goes beyond the limits of leather to highlight the complex craftsmanship and creative innovation of the house. This collection pays homage to special orders from Louis Vuitton’s past – such as the iconic Malle-Lit produced in 1874 for French explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza – while celebrating the decidedly contemporary visions of a diverse group of international designers.
Bed and bathroom linen, table services, living room, and lifestyle: Versace’s interior design collection offers to truly transform your home into a luxury Italian palace paying homage to the Greek mythological character Medusa. From bed sets to wallpaper, as well as bathrobes, plates, and candles, the full art de vivre line from Versace fashions a veritable Ali Baba cave adapted to a more Italian lifestyle.
Hermès is one luxury fashion brand that, without a doubt, offers one of the most iconic interior design lines of all time. Before other luxury houses set out to conquer the art of living, the brand was already proposing to adopt its unique lines at home. The house unveiled a complete line of office accessories, plates, chairs, cushions, blankets, or even board games, all available in noble materials and fabrics with a refined taste that defines the reputation of the house.
Christian Lacroix Maison
Having become essential, Christian Lacroix’s house line even has its own Instagram account. Called L’Odyssée, the collection edited by Designers Guild is conceived as an escapade, which takes us to a chimerical country and celebrates the spirit of freedom through its printed, woven, and embroidered furnishing fabrics, available in a variety of materials and colours. Wallpapers are printed on luxurious non-woven and vinyl bases as well as cushions, rugs, and other accessories. Panorama with a dreamlike landscape, swirls of multicoloured feathers, Japanese-style gardens, giant wisteria, undulating seaweed, and half-flower, half-bird creatures accompany us on this wonderful journey.
In 2019, Virgil Abloh partnered with Ikea on a design collection that sold out in just a few minutes. However, those that missed it can still peruse Off-White’s “Homeware” collection. The latter is composed of a set of ceramic dishes (cups, ashtray, plates), as well as bath linen, such as a bathrobe and several towels branded with the logo of Abloh’s brand. Pyjamas, plaids, cushions, and other ecological straws with the inscription “Home” complete the entire collection.