The annual Milan Design Week is basically the Art Basel of interior design, showcasing stunning furniture pieces that could easily be mistaken for works of art. After an inspiring week in Milano, we rounded up some of the pieces that caught our eye. Check them out in the gallery below:

Louis Vuitton

Add some works of art to your sofa with the Floral Field cushions by Louis Vuitton. These elegant home accessories are from the fashion house's Les Petits Nomades range, which is part of the Objets Nomades collection.

Find out more at louisvuitton.com

Campana Brothers for Lasvit

These glass sculptures, titled Outer Space Monsters and designed by the Campana Brothers for Lasvit as part of its Monster Cabaret collection, will appeal to your inner child.

Find out more at lasvit.com

Edward Van Vliet for Moroso

Why have a regular old couch when you can have the Josh couch by Edward Van Vliet for Moroso, which features painterly prints of butterflies and tropical flora. It's as pretty as a picture.

Find out more at moroso.it

Pierre-Yves Rochon for Lalique

After seeing the Coutard chair by Pierre-Yves Rochon for Lalique, we think that all chairs should come with a panel of crystals.

Find out more at lalique.com

 

Bottega Veneta Home

Bottega Veneta Home launched its first sofa with modular seating, called BV Tre, that consists of three pieces—the Corner Seat, Single Seat and the Pouf. It features the brand’s iconic Intrecciato stitching along the sides. Don’t let the all-white covering scare you though, Bottega Veneta Home says the sofa is easy to clean so feel free to sip a glass of Chianti while you relax.

Find out more at bottegaveneta.com

Chi Wing Lo for Giorgetti

The Cabinet of Memories by architect Chi Wing Lo for Giorgetti is perfect for showcasing small trinkets and mementoes. The cabinet has 120 slots in total and you can showcase two different sets of 60 curios by sliding the panel.

Find out more at giorgettimeda.com

Flexform

Dressed in a gorgeous shade of deep blue that's broken up by luxurious marble, the Benjamin desk by Flexform is both a functional and statement piece.

Find out more at flexform.it

Timothy Oulton

Timothy Oulton’s new Noble Souls collection includes the Realm sofa, made from natural linen that is coloured with all-natural vegetable dyes. The sofa is filled with goose down feathers and we have to warn you—once you’ve sat down and experienced how the sofa perfectly cradles your body, it's very difficult to get up.

Find out more at timothyoulton.com

Nendo for Minotti

The Waves coffee table by Japanese designer Nendo for Minotti makes your collection of magazines (i.e. clutter) look like a store-worthy display.

Find out more at minotti.com

 

 

Porada

The deep purple upholstery adds a regal touch to the quirky shape of Porada’s Gargantua armchair.

Find out more at miliashop.com