Dolce & Gabbana’s complete and colorful “Casa” selection has identified a property of its possess.

This week, the storied Italian style house just introduced the opening of not one, but two, stores in Milan completely dedicated to their home decor line. Why two, you inquire? Some customers, they figured, are looking for some thing assertion-building, like created-to-get couches and coffee tables. Other folks may want accents, textiles, or ceramics to accent their areas. By splitting up the significant ticket products and the smaller kinds, they think they are far better able to curate for person pursuits and ages. “We wished two distinctive merchants, each individual devoted to distinct product classes, but at the exact time complementary,” Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana explain to Vogue. “The boutique in Corso Venezia 7 homes accouterments—twill and duchesse cushions, printed quilts, mouth-blown Murano glassware and Sicilian ceramic plates for an impeccable mise en area, scented candles and lacquered wood add-ons. The furnishings—from the big cloth sofas to the lacquered oak tables and the accessorized bar furniture—are accessible in By using Durini 23.”

Cushions and ceramic plates at Corso Venezia 7.

Photograph: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

The stores are unafraid of building a statement. Every of Casa’s four signature prints—Mediterranean Blue, Zebra, Leo (or, leopard) and Carretto—gets its have devoted area wherever it is revealed off on every thing from upholstery to rugs and ceramics. The displays are framed by uncomplicated backgrounds—an intentional decision: Dolce and Gabbana decided to maintain their stores’ interiors neutral so their unique layouts could choose center stage. “The volumes and areas are present-day and linear the neutrality of white, black and grey make the creative imagination of the collection a protagonist,” they demonstrate. “[With the collection] we targeted on the Italian fatto a mano: the little sew, the woven straw, the mosaics, the hand-painted ceramics. But also the lacquering, the foundation of nearly all the household furniture, and the brass processing—incredible techniques joined to a know-how.”