With an exhibition area of more than 400 square meters, Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors is one of the protagonists of the Salone del Mobile 2017’s Hall 3 – xLux – the area dedicated to timeless, contemporary luxury, successfully launched last year.
Main interpreter of the mood is the natural theme, which is inspired by one of the current pattern of Cavalli Maison: a real natural jungle with tropical plants welcomes visitors at the entrance of the exhibition area, immediately immersing him in the brand universe. Once crossed the green threshold, the jungle world, with its natural charm, is found in the decorative themes of the tissues, such as the new palm prints and the animal patterns, for example the jaguar and the giraffe embroideries. Pure, natural elements combine and transform themselves into a contemporary and urban modernism.
The spirit and the atmospheres are suggested by two color groups: on one side teal, shark grey and black onyx, on
the other side the sands combined with dark flamingo and burgundy orchid.
Among the innovations that enrich the colour palette there are the new metallic finishing like black chrome
and dark bronze. Precious materials such as printed python , silk onyx silk and leather help creating a scenic
surrounding, in an unconventional and exclusive mix that perfectly embodies the Cavalli identity. Thanks to the cooperation with the brand La Murrina, the space is illuminated by a selection of chandeliers in precious blown glass which further reinforce the mood adding sense of majesty to the space.
Inside the stand, the chromatic and stylistic emotions follow one another in the large environments where the
collection is hosted: three living rooms, two dining, one outdoor space implemented with new pieces and a
bedroom with a walk-in closet.
For what is concerning the stylistic point of view, the 2017 edition is a continuation of the last collection, with
references to the 50s, 60s and an exclusive assortment of furniture with original shapes, very characteristic and
with a strong scenographic impact. These include the new modular sofa “Nassau”, made of leather and velvet with
giraffe pattern embroidered, the bed “Guam” in a joined and embroidered fabric and new tables with sculptural
The unique style of Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors is also found outside the exhibition area, at two events
organized during the Fuorisalone.