Bottega Veneta opens home boutique in Milan
At home in Milano
Bottega Veneta announces the opening of a dedicated home boutique in Via Borgospesso in Milan. The new boutique is Bottega Veneta's third in the heart of Milan and its first dedicated solely to furniture, lighting, tabletop and home decoration.
Ever since the house's creative director, Tomas Maier, created a single bench, with the help of the artisan experts who work on Bottega Veneta's luxurious leather luggage, the luxury brand has grown its homewares collection. Today the homewares line is an extensive treasury of furniture and home decoration.
The new boutique's 205 square metre space is seeped in rich history, within the 18th century Palazzo Gallarati Scotti, with interiors that boast original coffered ceilings and remarkable frescoes by 18th century masters Carlo Innocenzo Carlone and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. A wonderful inherited interior to frame the exquisitely crafted furniture collection, which is presented in a series of tableaux, proposing various dining, living, bedroom and studio areas.
"The Bottega Veneta home collection is dedicated to those who are drawn to understated, luxurious furnishings crafted with the finest materials," says Tomas. Maier. "In the heart of Milan, I wanted to create an intimate, discreet destination for clients to be able to immerse themselves in the Italian art de vivre of Bottega Veneta."
Take a look at pieces from the collection in situation in the new Milan boutique in the gallery below: