English atmospheres for Gianfranco Ferré Home

If last year, Gianfranco Ferré Home by Jumbo Collection was presented at the Salone del Mobile only in a preview, this year the collection has been expanded with about 150 references, including furniture, lamps, carpets and accessories. In full respect of those that are recognized as the stylistic codes of Gianfranco Ferré, the collection, designed by Livio Ballabio, takes inspiration from the classic English atmospheres of the late XIX century, with measured and elegant traits, combined  with more contemporary elements.

The essence of Gianfranco Ferré Home collection is inspired by menswear fabrics, such as “Prince of Wales”, a fabric that Ferré loved to use in his fashion collections and that was used by English lords for their casual outfits.

In Gianfranco Ferré Home, these  fabrics are cleverly used as coating console, bedside tables and chests of drawers, creating a warm and very sophisticated atmosphere. If initially the proposal was declined in the colors of black&white and blue, now another color theme finds room: the camel, which is well suited to be coordinated in the interiors.