The new Versace Home Collection is the fantasy of your candy-coloured, neon-tinged dreams, and Home Decor Ideas celebrates designer Sasha Bikoff and artist Andy Dixon’s collaboration with the fashion house during Milan Design Week 2019.
Milan Design Week is over and one of the top installations was at the Palazzo Versace on Via Gesù, where the interior design talent of Sasha Bikoff and artist Andy Dixon have dressed up each room in a wild remix of prints, hues, and paintings best described as a neon-tinged fever dream.
Versace Home debuted a host of six new seating collections that play on its iconic brand imagery and asked Bikoff to design each room with them. The result is a gloriously outrageous mashup of styles that some are calling “Versasha.”
In Donatella’s legendary fitting room—where countless models have perfected their catwalk—Bikoff has installed a feathery wallpaper on the ceiling to complement the Rhapsody Versace Home collection, which features patterned upholstery with jewellery-like hardware accents.
Elsewhere, a shocking-pink Astroturf lines the floor of a room debuting Jungle, a line of indoor-outdoor seating covered in an allover pink-and-green palm print.
For his part, Dixon was commissioned to produce several new works to decorate the space. He was already developing his signature Versace Shirt series of oversize canvas paintings, which take the form of giant, nine-foot-tall shirts when the brand approached him. Along with several of his framed paintings, Dixon’s huge shirt paintings hang, monumentally, throughout the home: in the dining room and the stairwell, as well as on the walls, where they’ve been patterned and printed into a punchy wallpaper collaboration.
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