Gucci Wallpaper

Check out the Gucci Décor, an eclectic collection of items with which customers can dress their own spaces designed by Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele. The idea is not to prescribe a particular decorative look, but to provide elements that allow for living spaces to be customized. Gucci Décor will be available to purchase online and at some Gucci and specialty stores across the globe! The collection will include cushions, candles, incense trays, chairs, screens, wallpaper, metal trays, and metal folding tables. What we are more excite at Edition KLFW are the selection of Wallpapers.
If you’re a fan of glamorous yet whimsical wallpaper décor like we are, you’ll be spoilt for choice at


 The Tiger Face print, influenced by Gucci's women's ready-to-wear collection, depicts one of the most important motifs associated with Gucci's new design aesthetic. The image of the powerful creature—often associated with strength and bravery—is featured throughout the collections in a variety of portrayals and has become a symbol of the House.

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The Heron print depicts the birds against a soft pink ground with dragonflies scattered throughout. The motif is inspired by Gucci's ready-to-wear collections.

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The Pineapple Print is inspired by Gucci's ready-to-wear designs. A symbol seen throughout the collection, the tropical fruit is a traditional expression of “welcome.”

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Gucci's Herbarium motif depicts a whimsical Toile de Jouy design of cherry branches, leaves and flowers, inspired by a vintage fabric.

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The Thistles and Birds print takes cues from the animal world. First appearing in the Fall Winter 2015 women’s fashion show, the design is depicted with a watercolor effect.

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The Pearl Eyes print is taken from the men's ready-to-wear and accessories collections. The motif depicts an eye-like design surrounded by pearls and bees. The bee—a symbol first seen in Gucci ready-to-wear in the 1970s—was taken from the archives and reintroduced in the Fall Winter 2015 collection.

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If you’re a fan of glamorous yet whimsical wallpaper décor, you’ll be spoilt for choice at