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Luxury Fashion Brands You Can Also Buy Furniture Pieces From

Up your interior design game with luxurious pieces from brands such as Bottega Veneta, Hermes and Gucci.

Maybe you just got paid or maybe you’re looking for a major interior decor overhaul. Whatever the case, we’ve rounded up seven luxury fashion labels – from Loewe to Versace – that’ll upgrade your designer game by tenfold. With their emphasis on elegant design and let’s face it, absolute grandeur, pieces from these high-end brands are sure to satisfy even the most finicky of buyers.

 

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Bottega Veneta
Italian luxury label Bottega Veneta knows that its fans love the brand’s signature Intercciato leather weaving technique. The checkered weave adds texture and a unique factor to an otherwise plain fabric or leather piece. That is why you’ll find the Intrecciato being featured prominently in many of Bottega Veneta’s home goods that range from pillows, photo frames, placemats and coasters. But beyond these home accents, Bottega Veneta also retails furniture including beds, tables, chairs and tableware. If you favour a sleek, contemporary decor, you’d love what the brand is offering as these pieces are an extension of Bottega Veneta’s clean and modern aesthetic.   Loewe
Whimsical, colourful and a touch of boho — these words sum up the style of Spanish luxury label Loewe, on top of its renowned leather craftsmanship (see: the Puzzle bag). Whether you’re looking for a beach mat, blankets, photo frames or boxes to accessorise your home with, Loewe’s collection of zany decor pieces will not disappoint. In addition, Loewe showcased a series of bags, accessories and charms based on the themes of basketry, weaving and hand quilting at this year’s Salone del Mobile furniture fair in Milan, Italy. Our favourite? The leather-knotted stone that frankly, would probably only serve as a paperweight, but it is so pretty we really can’t pass it up. Else, the collection features woven baskets, floral-studded totes and the cult favourite Gate and Puzzle bags with woven details.   Versace
While we (occasionally) dream of living the high life as European royalty, the truth is that we’re as far from it as can be. To help us fulfil the fantasy however, why not opt for Versace’s rich baroque printed home decor? Spanning across categories of bed and bath, dining, living and lifestyle, you can easily adopt the luxury Italian label’s golden Medusa head as your own — whether it is with a champagne flute, a porcelain plate or fluffy towel wrapped around your body. Much like the brand’s flamboyant style, this range of interior decor is definitely not for the minimalist who prefer a subdued, understated aesthetic. Louis Vuitton
French luxury brand Louis Vuitton’s LV Monogram, created in 1896 by George Vuitton, is possibly the most recognisable monogram to exist thus far. And if you, like us, can’t get enough of it, Louis Vuitton has a whole slew of monogrammed home products — including jump rope, hat boxes and paperweights — that will satisfy this love. That’s not all: Louis Vuitton also showcased a range of furnishings created in collaboration with artists worldwide for this year’s Fuorisalone 2019, or Milan Design Week, titled Objets Nomades. This collection includes fantastical designs such as the petal-inspired Bulbo Chair (pictured) to vases, lamps, paravents and tables. Hermes
If you’ve ever walked by and marvelled at an Hermes store window display, you’ll know that the French luxury label is all about artistry and creativity. This philosophy is carried into its home objects and furnishing. Hermes also has a wide range of home products, whether you’re looking for a new tray to Marie Kondo your home, a chic candle holder or even a luxury mahjong set. The brand also sells lighting, tables and chairs to complete your home, amongst many other products.   Fendi
The Fendi home, or casa as they call it in Italian, is one that’s warm and inviting with rich tones and fabrics. Don’t believe? Just take a look at the images on the Italian luxury label’s website. There, you can find interior design inspiration for your home too, where the brand creates items across categories of living, dining, kitchen, bedroom, lighting and outdoor. A common theme seems to unite them — neutral tones that complement each other to create a modern, stylish home. Furniture store Da Vinci Lifestyle in Concorde Hotel, Orchard Road, carries Fendi Casa. Else, the nearest showrooms would be in Milan, Paris and London.   Gucci
If you’re a lover of all things kitschy and you have an eclectic sense of style that resonates with this year’s Met Gala theme of camp fashion, then Gucci Décor is for you. Playing on the wild, fantastical designs that the Italian luxury label has become known for, the home ware series features products that include chairs, tablewares and home scents. You can expect a whole host of designs such as the Star Eye, Gucci’s GG monogram pattern and house animals including the lion, leopard and snake.