Introducing the Salvatori Boutique, our first retail store
A new jewel opens in Milan’s exclusive Brera district
Every year Milan Design Week introduces a raft of extraordinary new ideas, concepts and products to the world of design and for the 2021 edition, particularly special after an enforced break of over two years, we wanted to mark the occasion with something out of the ordinary.
What we did was open our first ever retail outlet, a small but perfectly formed jewel of a space dedicated to our Home Collection. Located just around the corner from our flagship showroom, the Salvatori Boutique consolidates our presence in the exclusive Brera district and is destined to become a must-see destination for any design-conscious visitor to Milan who wants to take home a gorgeous Made in Italy accessory or item of furniture.
We are delighted to present our first-ever retail space showcasing our Home Collection. Introducing the Salvatori Boutique, in the heart of Milan’s Brera district
Spotlight on our Home Collection
The Salvatori Boutique showcases our entire Home Collection and is a bold move that offers a rare opportunity for customers to be able to purchase high-end artisanal accessories and items of furniture on the spot.
From kitchenware and candle holders to lighting, mirrors and storage solutions, visitors will be able to discover and take home pieces designed by leading lights from the international scene, including the innovative Pietra L collection by Piero Lissoni and the ethereal Ellipse homeware range by John Pawson.
What awaits you in the Salvatori Boutique
Designed by Studio Lissoni and styled by Studio Ossino, the interiors are, unsurprisingly, dressed entirely in Salvatori. Pietra d’Avola lends its dark elegance to the space, creating a sense of depth in Stone Parquet on the floor and showcased on the walls in a range of textures including CNC, Plissé and the distinctive Lithoverde®.
When you enter the store, you find yourself enveloped in a total Salvatori experience, with iconic decorative products such as sculptures from The Village and miniatures from the Span, ‘Love me, Love me not’ and Proiezioni collections displayed alongside more functional pieces such as trays, mirrors and bathroom accessories. The unmistakable link, however, is the understated elegance that is the hallmark of the Salvatori brand.
Visitors can also enjoy a multi-media experience, with a large screen showing videos that recount our history and offer behind-the-scenes looks at its products, while an interactive dashboard is available for easy browsing of the Salvatori website, home to a wealth of resources including interviews with designers, indepth details about the items on sale and inspiring case studies.
The opening of the Salvatori Boutique was the result of many months’ hard work and planning behind the scenes, and we are delighted to have witnessed the positive reception it got from the visitors who graced its doors during Milan Design Week.
Salone del Mobile 2021 may be over, but the boutique is a permanent fixture, so if you want to get up close and personal with our Home Collection, we invite you to drop in next time you visit Milan.
In the meantime, we invite you to browse our online store and start to get acquainted with our Home Collection of designer objects in gorgeous natural stone and other beautiful materials.