10 Italian Design Home Favorites
From Prada to prosciutto, there's lots to love about Italy—but it's not just the fashion and food we crave. Case in point: these gorgeous home products with Italian bona fides.
Gussy up your glassware with these textured Multicolor Goblets ($128 for set of six). Bonus: Because each one in the set of six is a different color, you'll always know whose glass is whose.
This Palazzo Celeste Candle ($215) works double duty: The scent fills your home with a cozy mix of Mediterranean herbs, and it functions as a work of art thanks to the playful design by iconic Italian artist Piero Fornasetti.
Florence-based Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella makes luxe, time-tested (they've been around since 1612!) skin-care products in the prettiest packaging, like this Sapone alla Mandorla (almond soap) ($18).
Originally designed in 1960 by Gio Ponti, these graphic Blu Ponti Tiles ($30 each) are a welcome addition to a styled shelf or kitchen counter.
Believe it or not, this chic Guzzini Tierra Oval Fruit Bowl ($45) is made from postconsumer recycled plastic bottles!
Make these handmade Laboratorio Paravicini Play Plates ($345) the stars of your next dinner party, or display them as art. Fun fact: Each one is a flip-book in plate form—if they're spun, the paintings appear animated.
The cheerful vintage patterns on these linen La DoubleJ Dinner Napkins ($125 for set of six) make even a Tuesday-night dinner feel like a stylish '70s soiree.
Dash out to dinner or drinks, no purse required—just use this Mark and Graham Italian Leather Mini Pouch ($49) for your on-the-go essentials.
All clean lines and sleek geometric shapes, this Alessi Coffee Press (starting at $200) adds a little class to your caffeine.
These extra-special hand-painted Ginori 1735 Oriente Italiano Bowls ($121) make everything from soup to cereal feel glam.
This article originally appeared in our Fall 2021 issue. Get the magazine here.