It’s obvious how much our daily lives have been altered in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Our day-to-day routines have shifted and we find ourselves wanting to stay home more than ever, even when restrictions aren’t as strict. Considering how much time we spend indoors nowadays, it comes as no surprise how the home furnishings industry has seen tremendous growth.
In a report by Research and Markets, it was revealed that the global home decor market was valued at $616.6 billion in 2019 and is estimated to reach $838.6 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 3.9% from 2020 to 2027.
Contributing to this market growth are beautiful offerings by Versace that will make any home desirable. Boasting linear shapes, elegant lines, and intricate patterns, the sophisticated sofas, armchairs, and beds, representing the brand’s high-living lifestyle will sit perfectly in luxe spaces.
Audacious, sensual, and kaleidoscopic, Versace’s codes are translated into luxurious interiors, setting new design trends. Following Donatella Versace’s guidance, the collection was created by renowned architects and designers, Ludovica and Roberto Palomba.
“I wanted to work with the best in class for the new collection of Versace Home. Roberto and Ludovica’s expertise in modern design gave me the confidence that I needed and assured me that the new pieces they were about to create would be respectful of Versace’s long history and, at the same time, evolve into their new skin by adding their incredible knowledge of modern design. The result is striking, and I am very proud to have partnered with them,” she says.
“We started to work on the Versace Home project by studying the incredible history and aesthetic heritage of the brand and all its iconic codes. We fused them into pieces that are modern and evoke Versace’s unmistakable aesthetic,” Ludovica and Roberto Palomba
Check out some picks below:
Versace Venus, a sculptural armchair with a zip-up back, is an homage to top models that have walked the Versace runway.
Goddess, a striking modular sofa, references iconic leather jackets.
Cabinet doors covered in silks and jacquards convey a Baroque vision of luxury.
Signature Versace motifs – from Medusa and Barocco, to the graphic Greca and vivid Trésor de la Mer – become decorations on lampshades, large screens adorning the headboards of beds, table legs or as three-dimensional motifs on rugs.