London Design Festival 2016 is on track, and there’s one London Design District that for now has all the attention, for those who are seeking for italian design brands and the best luxury furniture collections. It is the case of Roberto Cavalli Home, that unveils its new collection at Kings of Chelsea showroom. This Roberto Cavalli Home collection is exclusive for UK, so seize the moment untill 25th September, last London Design Festival day.

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

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This collection which was launched in iSaloni 2016 tradeshow, features a range of furniture, lighting and home accessories for bedroom, dining room and living spaces.

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

Signalling a directional shift, the collection draws inspiration from the idea of a ‘winter garden’, and experiments with shape and form to create a contemporary take on the 70s luxe aesthetic that is synonymous with Cavalli’s designs.

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

In a departure from the earthy, orange hues of previous years, the 2016 colour palette features a base of neutral shades layered  with rich indigo blues and forest and malachite greens.

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

Roberto Cavalli Home interiors at Kings Road Chelsea

Combining luxurious silks and velvets with brushed metallic details and statement honed marble, the collection juxtaposes different textures to create contrast between raw, natural elements and high-glamour finishes.

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Highlights include a new  outdoor collection and the updates to the ‘Casa Cavalli’ range, which is characterised by its striking yet informal aesthetic. The collection will be presented in the UK for the first time at the Kings of  Chelsea showroom during the London Design Festival, 17-25th September 2016.