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Here’s What’s New In The World Of Luxury Interiors & Design

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Jeena J Billimoria

HELLO! gives you the low-down on what’s making headlines in the world of luxury interiors and design.

Visionnaire Opens Fabulous Bistrot In Milan

Visionnaire Opens Fabulous Bistrot In Milan©HelloIndia

Italian luxury brand Visionnaire recently opened a glamorous bistrot at its Design Gallery in Milan’s upmarket Turati district. The project of love and discernment in Italian gastronomic culture is spearheaded by renowned chef Fillipo Gozolli and targeted at a refined international clientele. Patrons can pair delectable cuisine, prepared using local ingredients, with exclusive champagnes. Furthermore, Visionnaire is also opening a Perrier Jouet lounge for the first time in Milan, dedicating an exclusive space to the most sophisticated champagne connoisseurs seeking a unique experience.

Elvy Has A Brand New Address At Delhi’s DLF Camellias

Elvy New Store in Delhi©HelloIndia

One of India’s leading luxury home décor names, Elvy, has added yet another feather in its cap with the launch of a new store at DLF Camellias, Gurugram. With its beautiful plush interiors, this new address delights visitors with pure opulence. The store offers a wide range of exquisite collections, specially put together to provide a global design sensibility. The space is thoughtfully designed to help patrons visualise and appreciate Elvy’s numerous product categories and is also replete with accent furniture pieces, wall mounted frames in contemporary designs, exquisitely crafted floor vases, bar accessories, serve ware, chandeliers, table lamps and more.

Baxter’s ‘Miami’ Sofa Is Cultured & Informal

Baxter’s ‘Miami’ Sofa©HelloIndia

Sources Unlimited, the largest importer of high-end home décor brands in India, has brought to India soft sofa line ‘Miami’ by Baxter, a well-known Italian luxury furniture label. Versatile, modular and defined by materials worked in line with updated Italian tradition, the Miami sofa comes with velvety upholstery and ductile flexibility, and is finished with raw thread stitching. The cushions in several sizes and the bolster pillows, one independent and the others on the backrest, recall the idea of interior management as photographed.

Furnmill’s Affordable New Line Elevates A Space Beautifully

Spreading its reach towards creating interiors that feel like home, Furnmill has launched its new Chrysler Collection to add some lavish lustre to your interiors. A solid wood brand specialising in merging international and traditional designs at its manufacturing facility in Kota, Rajasthan, Furnmill’s fresh take on home décor items breaks the mould of conventional tableware, dining and decorative pieces. Luxuriously opulent and lustrous on its surface, the range of tableware, stationery essentials and showpieces — all designed with a minimalistic approach — will amp up your space for a pleasing aesthetic.

Tiger Marrón’s Home Collection Is Inviting & Comfortable

Tiger Marrón’s Home Collection©HelloIndia

The impressive new home collection by Tiger Marrón, which handcrafts durable and ethical leather accessories with intricate detailing, includes a wide range of cushions and spreads fashioned with earthy prints and age-old motifs to give you a vintage appeal. Founded in 2017, Tiger Marrón not only gives you the luxury of opulent embroideries and prints, but also allows you to customise and personalise any of their home collection products with your initials. Splashed with recurring dyes of maroon, beige and blue, the earthy base of the range makes these individual cushions blend into your existing interiors seamlessly.

‘Thebes’ By Renovation Factory Reflects Opulence

‘Thebes’ By Renovation Factory©HelloIndia

New Delhi-based Renovation Factory has launched its latest range, the Thebes Collection. Comprising a console table, bar cart, end tables and a coffee table, the line is a perfect pairing of utility and charm. The console table is made with an elaborate brass bottom with detailed fretwork in a metallic champagne finish and a lustrous black marble top. The bar cart is intricately assembled and finished with exquisite detail, and the end tables boast two adjacent sheen marble tops in black to aid effortless usability. Lastly, the coffee table is an oval top in sheen white marble, resting on a brass bottom of dexterous fretwork in a metallic champagne finish.

Etreluxe Launches Poltrona Frau’s ‘Secret Garden’ In India

Etreluxe Launches Poltrona Frau’s ‘Secret Garden’©HelloIndia

With a rich catalogue that can furnish any space, Poltrona Frau has made public a range of living outdoor collections designed by Roberto Lazzeroni, available in India through Etreluxe. These chic teak wood pieces comprise small tables designed with clean-cut lines and materials, all reminiscent of Mediterranean culture. There’s also an elegant sunbed to furnish a garden, veranda and private terrace, different sized tables that are practical yet sleek, as well as sofas and armchairs that are comfortable and inviting — and where the padding is designed to allow water to drain away and dry quickly.

Villeroy & Boch’s Boston And Maxima Glasses Are Perfect For Cocktail Night

Villeroy & Boch’s Boston And Maxima Glasses©HelloIndia

Exquisite glassware maker Villeroy & Boch’s new range deserves a spot in your bar cabinet. The Boston Collection of glasses are suited for any party, whether they’re the red, blue, green, pink, gray, or transparent ones. Every drink will be illuminated with brilliant light effects, thanks to their expressive faceted patterns. Also, the available matching cutlery will make the table look stylish and playful at the same time. The Maxima Collection is perfect for connoisseurs who enjoy distinctive drinks. Each glass was designed to emphasise the best features of martinis, wine, champagne and other beverages.

Asian Paints Unveils Annual Colour, Material Forecast For Interiors

Asian Paints Unveils Annual Colour©HelloIndia

ColourNext, Asian Paints’ annual colour and material forecast for the interiors space, is the only such forecast for the subcontinent, involving over 80 tastemakers, industry experts and design practitioners in its process each year. ColourNext was an exercise in thought leadership, and with the expertise in the fields of colour, consumer choices and the Indian milieu, it seemed like a natural step. While there are global colour forecasters for fashion and home décor, none exclusively represented India, where colour is truly democratic and cuts across societal and class barriers. A mix of secondary research, interviews with tastemakers and innovators, core group discussions and deliberations that last days keeps the brand forecast diverse and at the cutting-edge of change.

This story has been adapted for the website from a story that was originally published in Hello! India’s February 2023 issue. Get your hands on the latest issue right here!