Luxury Italian brand Visionnaire opens its doors in the UK. The luxury home furnishing brand has teamed up with Harrods and has officially launched its first showroom in the UK on the 19th of March 2016 with a space of over 200 square meters at the third floor of the great historic department store.
“Harrods is a key location for us in Europe” says Leopold Cavalli, CEO at Visionnaire. “It is a historic store that always chooses its partners with great accuracy, according to careful selection. We are proud to bring our Made in Italy Lifestyle here and to show our bespoke, 100% Italian, craftsmanship-driven projects not only to Europe, but to the whole world.”
The new showroom presents a luxury home identity joined to exclusivity with international flair. Here the preciousness of details is notable on each single piece: from the Chatam dining table, with its precious “crocodile legs” that reminds of a snake’s scales and with its gorgeous marble top, to the Versailles desk with its legs in grinded and diamond-shaped crystal.
In the living room, the Shino corner sofa, positioned at the centre of the room under the reflection lights of jewelled chandelier Owens, surrounded by silk tapestries, and marble floors to create a sense of 1920s sophistication. Timeless elegance for the bedroom: Alice, one of the Italian brand’s bestsellers, is upholstered in Nubuk leather with capitonnè working, and gives a touch of femininity when combined to the Grimilde vanity unit.
Luxury, style and quality: Visionnaire shares this set of core values also through Harrods, today’s ideal partner in the realization of tailor-made projects, in both private and commercial luxury projects. A wide proposal able to fulfil the most demanding expectations of an elite international clientele.
Stewart Mancey, Harrods’ Head of Furniture, said: “Visionnaire has been exceptionally well received by our discerning clients. Not only can you choose a beautiful piece for your home, but you can also project a total-look lifestyle thanks to Visionnaire’s wide range proposals.”