When Alessandro Michele took over Gucci, he revitalized the company from predictable purveyor of loafers and handbags to maximalist fashion party complete with embroidered snakes, bright florals, and velvet jewel tones—and made the brand more in-demand than ever before. For those who may not be in the know, Gucci does in fact have a decor section and, unsurprisingly, it is teeming with colorful, rare, and delightfully offbeat items. Does your home need a $5,500 jacquard armchair or $17,000 three-panel screen? Of course not! I mean, maybe? Does it? With designs that straddle luxury and whimsy, Gucci’s decor is a covetable celebration of truly wonderful, wonky, wholly unique home goods. For the uninitiated, you’re in for a treat: Here are some of our favorite pieces from Gucci’s Home Accessories section—trust us, if you can afford them, you’re going to want to scoop these up.
Moiré Armchair with Embroidered Butterfly
You can only take a seat if you match up your cheeks with the butterfly’s wings.
Octopus Three Panel Screen
Who needs walls! We’d put up with an open floor plan if this beauty was an option.
Needlepoint Cushion with Teddy Bear
Gucci bear is so cool he can even make fun of the brand name on his own pillow!
Flora Print Metal Folding Tray
A folding table that’s actually chic!? Sold. Ready the microwaveable TV dinners!
Tiger Face Print Wallpaper
Finally! A pattern that illustrates my forever mood.
Cloche with Hand and Ring
A silver-plated cloche! That might hypnotize you! Yes, you need it!!
Velvet Cushion with Tiger Embroidery
Class is in session, today’s lesson: Guccification!
Medium Star Eye Candle
Do you ever feel like you’re being watched?
Chiavari Chair with Embroidered Tiger
Be careful when you sit or the tiger may bite!
GG Jacquard Armchair
A chair designed for royalty, but with a trippy print!
Marble Print Medium Round Tray
This tray may read “Souvenir from Rome,” but it’s chicer than any you’d find in an Italian gift shop.
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