the house of lyria

decor pillow

luxury interior

design furnishing

Crafted fabrics

wabi sabi

made in italy

furniture fabrics

lyria interior

lyria fabrics

interior design

The House of lyria

luxury design 

interior design

interior 

Blankets

Blanket

Pillows

Pillow

decor cushions 

decor pillow 

Pillows bed 

Pillowcase 

Wool pillows

Wool pillow

cashmere 

jute

linen

Pillows sofa 

Pillowcase sofa 

luxury interior 

Linen blankets

Linen pillows

linen and cashmere

Wool blankets 

Wool blanket

Textile furnishing

Textile decor

Textile fabric

decor interior 

artisanal fabrics

Crafted fabrics

Crafted pillows

Crafted blankets

recycled fabrics

Decor made in italy 

furniture fabrics

design furnishing

lyria interior

Lyria design 

lyria fabrics 

made in italy 

home styling

Pillows handmade

Blankets handmade 

Blankets made in italy 

Interior design made in italy 

jute and cashmere 

Blankets design 

furniture design 

fabric design

Creation & Philosophy

The Journey of Creation

Founder Riccardo Bruni’s uniquely creative vision was sparked by a successful textile designer whom he met as a child. The strikingly elegant and artistically minded gentleman stood in sharp contrast to the simple countryside environs of Bruni’s family business, planting a seed in the boy’s mind of what his future could hold. In the manner of an artist, Bruni draws inspiration from all around—people and stories recalled from travels around the world, old photography books, memories of his grandparents’ linen sheets. Still, his creative spirit is rooted in looking forward, in experimentation and playing with traditional craftsmanship to create something new and alive.

The process of creating a Lyria textile begins with its very essence: structure and substance. Bruni prizes natural fibers such as wool, linen and cotton, trying unusual combinations and unconventional looming techniques to create interesting textures and to give fabrics a longer life. Colors are often natural and muted, as if from ancient times. They are created using organic sources—coffee, tea, ashes—instead of chemical dyes. Lyria’s palette is also inspired by the forest, using elements like bark, leaves and musk. “These can create the most beautiful colors that never cease to amaze,” says Bruni.

A Philosophy of Exquisite Imperfection

Bruni is aesthetically guided by wabi-sabi, the Japanese philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection. Wabi-sabi is the appreciation of the transience of the natural world and the melancholy attraction to the impermanence of things. It treasures the simple and the rustic. It values deterioration as a physical manifestation of the passage of time, a reminder that we are all transitory on this planet and we must accept the natural cycle of growth, death and decay.

Lyria seeks to find ambition and harmony in what is simple and imperfect, to make it look natural. The organic curves of a stone. The peeling surface of a stone wall. The elegance of a once-opulent, now-crumbling chair exposed for a long time to the elements. Our textiles are imbued with an unstudied quality, with genuine character and a soulful touch of the human hand. “I want to give the impression that the fabric has lived,” says Bruni.

Creation & Philosophy

The Journey of Creation

Founder Riccardo Bruni’s uniquely creative vision was sparked by a successful textile designer whom he met as a child. The strikingly elegant and artistically minded gentleman stood in sharp contrast to the simple countryside environs of Bruni’s family business, planting a seed in the boy’s mind of what his future could hold. In the manner of an artist, Bruni draws inspiration from all around—people and stories recalled from travels around the world, old photography books, memories of his grandparents’ linen sheets. Still, his creative spirit is rooted in looking forward, in experimentation and playing with traditional craftsmanship to create something new and alive.

The process of creating a Lyria textile begins with its very essence: structure and substance. Bruni prizes natural fibers such as wool, linen and cotton, trying unusual combinations and unconventional looming techniques to create interesting textures and to give fabrics a longer life. Colors are often natural and muted, as if from ancient times. They are created using organic sources—coffee, tea, ashes—instead of chemical dyes. Lyria’s palette is also inspired by the forest, using elements like bark, leaves and musk. “These can create the most beautiful colors that never cease to amaze,” says Bruni.

A Philosophy of Exquisite Imperfection

Bruni is aesthetically guided by wabi-sabi, the Japanese philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection. Wabi-sabi is the appreciation of the transience of the natural world and the melancholy attraction to the impermanence of things. It treasures the simple and the rustic. It values deterioration as a physical manifestation of the passage of time, a reminder that we are all transitory on this planet and we must accept the natural cycle of growth, death and decay.

Lyria seeks to find ambition and harmony in what is simple and imperfect, to make it look natural. The organic curves of a stone. The peeling surface of a stone wall. The elegance of a once-opulent, now-crumbling chair exposed for a long time to the elements. Our textiles are imbued with an unstudied quality, with genuine character and a soulful touch of the human hand. “I want to give the impression that the fabric has lived,” says Bruni.

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