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Nesting mode: on. With all the time we’re spending at home, it’s not uncommon to turn your attention to redecorating, making your nest as comfy cosy as can be and your home office productive. You might even find yourself on Pinterest collecting ideas. Turn those vision boards into realities with these luxury home decor collections worth every penny:
Dior Maison ‘Lily of the Valley’
In the market for… tableware?
Christian Dior himself was a fan of lilies. Influenced by his childhood days spent in the gardens of his family’s home in Granville, Monsieur Dior adopted the lily as his good luck charm. The love is seen with lily designs seen into the hems of his haute couture designs, and later inspired creations like the silhouette of Dior’s 1957 Muguet dress, and fragrances like Diorissimo. While we’re unsure if lilies adorned his tableware, you can have the pleasure of this motif on Dior Maison’s ‘Lily of the Valley’ porcelain plates, decorative baubles, glasses, and decanters.
King Living ‘Art Collection’ by Nick Leary
In the market for… art?
Nick Leary is no stranger to fashion as a famous photographer who’s worked with big titles like Vogue, Conde Nast Traveller and GQ — although you might not know that he began his career as a model. Leary lends his good eye and taste for art to King Living‘s repertoire of homeware. This popular collaboration has produced a number of elegant, minimalist greyscale art pieces that easily complement any design theme at home, and the collection is made up of Sand, Feathers, Mesh, Patterns, Spring, Modular Landscape and Monochrome Patterns themes.
Louis Vuitton ‘The Art of Living’
In the market for… workout gear?
Home workouts and 2020 go so well together, that of course designers have taken on the responsibility of making workout gear fashionable. Enter the masters themselves, Louis Vuitton, who not only have boardgames for sale but a selection of functional props like ping pot bats, a jumprope, and more. We talk about fitness inspiration, and now there’s even fashion fitness inspiration.
China Pottery – Noritake ‘Carnivale’
In the market for… fine china?
China Pottery was established in 1985 as a key distributor of tableware in Malaysia and Singapore. When it comes to fine china and gift sets, they’re the go-to. And if the name Noritake rings a bell, you’ll find a selection available at China Pottery. Noritake’s Carnivale line is elegant and playful, the kind of fine china that’s too cute to keep away only for special occasions. In this line, teaware sets feature six different pastel shades with French flair, enhanced by 22k gold lining.
Versace ‘Jungle Animalier’
In the market for… more porcelain?
We get it — shopping for fine china is not a one-stop shop, it is after all an investment meant to last generations. So perhaps something more eccentric and exotic is more to your liking, like jungle prints and Medusa accents. Who else to rock Medusa but the House of Versace? With this home collection, tableware and vases draw inspiration from Versace’s Spring/Summer 2020 runway and the photographic book by the Versace family titled “South Beach Stories”.
In the market for… woodwork?
Wood accents and barks are a trend that isn’t going anywhere, and who would want it to? Bringing a slightly rugged, earthy tone to living spaces, woodwork aren’t furniture pieces you can find easily — especially ones of high quality. Rozel is a brand you can trust with exceptional quality, and with its woodwork collection, you won’t need to travel to Bali to have a giant wooden dining table shipped back to Malaysia.