Your home can be synonyms of design! Don’t you feel more inspired when your surroundings are stylish? Know the brands that can change the look of your home:
Home Design Tips: 6 brands for you enjoy!
1- Atelier Swarovski
The company debuted with a line of homeware products in 2016 in partnership with world-renowned designers and artists. Among the names is the architect Zara Hadid. In its collection of objects for the home, the brand of Swarovski crystals brings vases, bookends, candlesticks and even a game of chess signed by great designers.
About the aesthetic: Be it a jewelry box or thumb drive, each piece adapts the geometric lines of a crystal and boasts crystalline elements in unexpected ways. In short, fun yet sophisticated – like the brand’s well-loved jewelry.
Since the Milan furniture show “Salone del Mobile” Loewe is presented its brand new designer furniture collection entitled “This is home”. Highly original pieces conceived by the creative force that is J.W. Anderson in collaboration with English artist Mouse Man. This year, it showcases its largest and most diverse homeware collection yet: 50 items, including large-scale tapestries and blankets (get them via special order), and a complementary range of totes and small leather goods.
Interior style haute couture: furniture for living room Versace Home.
It’s not from this century that we witness the growth of Italian fashion brands in interior design. One of the biggest luxury fashion brands, introduced at Salone del Mobile 2016 a new collection. We are talking about Versace Home.
The homegrown lifestyle store, which opened its first international outpost in Kugayama, Tokyo, last December, is well-loved for its unpredictable, highly artisanal spin on everyday items. This month, it debuts a more practical yet no less design-driven range of homeware.
Japanese for “daybreak”, Ariake (sold here at Grafunkt) is a furniture line founded last year by two Japanese manufacturers, Legnatec and Hirata Chair, with award-winning Singapore designer Gabriel Tan as creative director. Its 30-piece presentation at Stockholm Design Week this February – its first international showcase – saw Tan teaming up with seven designers hailing from Scandinavia, Japan, Canada and Brazil.
Chairs and other assorted furniture woven by Colombian artisans have always been Marni’s speciality at Salone del Mobile. At this year’s edition that ran recently (April 17-22) though, the Italian fashion label introduced new techniques and materials that elevate its signature offerings. A loom-weave pattern, for example, lends greater, more playful texture (previous designs tended to feature striped and linear geometric patterns).
Source: Luxury Insider*