At the Salone del Mobile Milano, Roberto Cavalli unveiled its new Roberto Cavalli Home collection with an extensive installation. Inside the Pavilion, the Roberto Cavalli Home booth featured different areas where visitors immersed themselves into a charming tropical world infused with elegance and glamour displayed through 500 square metres.
In celebrating a joyful lifestyle, a flamboyant jungle inspiration took centre stage in the furniture collection, produced and distributed by furniture specialist JC Passion. Classic tones were combined with the season’s signature vibrant citron green hue. Exotic patterns included a banana leaf motif, combined with the new lynx and zebra prints. Natural elements such as Monstera leaves became the metallic decorative additives embellishing lamps, coffee tables and dressers. Plexiglas was crafted for dining, coffee and console tables, mixing transparencies with citron green and smocked shades, as well as abstract decorations; lacquered leather was used for accessories.
The brand introduced nine spaces and the standouts were: Acapulco, a modular bookcase where embroidered leather was juxtaposed to the new Dakota silk printed with banana leaves; Kingston, a versatile modular sofa infused with an eye-catching contemporary look; and Tahiti, an elegant chaise longue. Nature’s perfect imperfection inspired the organic, sculptural silhouettes of cupboards, bar cabinets and dressers. Precious materials were mixed with frisky wild animal patterns. The coffee tables’ monolithic shapes, punctuated by metallic inserts, introduced an intriguing, dramatic effect.
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