Emilio Pucci's exuberant designs often evoke visions of colorful 1960s & 1970s excess. Lately, however, we've seen Pucci pieces used as artful, swirled accents to modern pieces — a look that incorporates the best of both eras.
Over the years, the Pucci design house has often collaborated with home design companies, from Rosenthal dishes in the 1960s to current Capellini furniture. Between these collaborations and vintage Pucci scarves that can be framed as art or sewn into accent pillows, you can get this look no matter what your price range.
1. Comfortable beach house floor pillows in Elle Decor.
2. A Vivara-print table at the Archivio Emilio Pucci via Architectural Digest.
3. A Cappellini chair belonging to Mary Schmidt Amons from the The Real Housewives of DC.
4. A 1970s French Modernist chair upholstered Pucci fabric on 1stDibs.
5. Pillows made from vintage Pucci scarves designed by Nest Dallas Designs.