Dolce & Gabanna has launched the brand’s first-ever home line: the Casa Collection. Available exclusively from December 1st through December 31st on the brand’s own website and farfetch.com, this incredible collection features a range of lush colors and patterns sure to brighten any home.
Add a touch of luxury and excitement to your space with pieces from the new collection. This gorgeous line features four distinct themes, providing options for everyone. Blu Mediterraneo, Leopardo, Carretto Siciliano, and Zebra are represented beautifully on decorative objects, textiles, and table accessories – all evocative of the respect for tradition and innovation that has always been so strongly rooted in Dolce&Gabanna’s DNA.
The incredible textile options include a range of cushions offered in duchesse, velvet, twill, and canvas sporting luxe motifs, either original prints or patterns inspired by archival scarves. The line also includes blankets crafted in silk, wool, jersey, and jacquard are offered with detailed illustrations of leopards and zebras, and delicate quilts are decorated with Blu Mediterraneo patterns or traditional motifs of the Sicilian Cart, both equally exquisite.
Decorate your table with porcelain plates artfully glazed by brush and hand-finished trays in printed aluminum and lacquered wood. Blown Murano glasses and decanters are standouts of the collection, a tribute to genuine Italian craftsmanship and adorned in color combinations traditional of the Sicilian Cart. Different shapes and variations in yellow, red, and green, dappled from the result of traditional Murano craftsmanship.
For those who prefer a more subtle addition, impeccable candles are scented in fresh citrus and elegant florals, decorated with thoughtful packaging to create a cohesive memory of the Mediterranean into the home.
Give your home a refresh with something truly special. With textiles, glass pieces, and luxury candles, this collection from Dolce&Gabanna has it all, and in four unique themes. Pick up a piece from this exclusive line, you are sure to treasure it forever.
Words by Emma Ungaro