Bottega Veneta has been making home decor for a little while now, however the selection has definitely turned a corner so-to-speak under the new creative direction of Thomas Maier.
Maier believes that furniture should be “individualistic” and “invisible,” so he split the latest BV home collection into two groupings.
The first – “The Bottega Veneta Tassello System” utilized a variety of lounging options and comfortable recliners, daybeds and horizontal sofas, perfect for a daytime snooze or relaxation session.
The second – “Floating” is made in their furniture workshop from brass and lacquered leather woven in their trademark “intrecciato” style and has a more industrial, yet upscale look thanks to glass, brass and lacquered leather woven.
The Bottega Veneta Home collection is being made available specifically for the Milan Furniture Fair, also known as Salone del Mobile. Take a look at a few of the items from the collection in the gallery above. There is also a video for your viewing pleasure below.