Italian luxury goods house Bottega Veneta is synonymous with supreme craftsmanship and luxe designs. Starting with a bench, the brand has now curated a full-grown home collection recently displayed at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. The home series is a careful selection of furniture and dinnerware, lighting frames, pillows, and other categories fit to complete a home.
Each piece in the collection is an impeccable blend of modernism and elite simplicity. Tomas Maier, the Creative Director at Bottega Veneta, impresses one with the fine balance of contemporary and classic that he has effortlessly managed to showcase in this home collection. The collection’s stunning features include round arch tables available in a five arch or eight arch version, a chest of six drawers with articulately done handles in bronze, and an exquisite display of eight sterling boxes named after the planets in the solar system, each embedded with semi-precious stones. What also catches one’s eye is the Rudi Line, which covers a club chair, a footrest, a day bed, and a three-seater sofa, all crafted to exhibit a sleek look. Berber- style carpets and woolen blankets in unique designs are also incorporated into the series.
The materials used in the collection include a superlative range of leather, suede, and velvet. Needless to say, Bottega’s iconic intrecciato pattern is also displayed on a few pieces, such as the bronze drawer handles. The collection is a true depiction of Maier’s philosophy that spells quality, know-how, and functionality. Perched within the luxurious setting of Pallazo Gallaratti Scotti and magnificent frescoes of 18th-century artists such as Carlo Innocenzo Carlone, the collection is nothing but a treat for the eyes.
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