Elegant Dining Table Chrome Abstract Art

This modern dining room is a perfect example of modern Italian sophistication.

Dark Wood Honeycomb Faux Finish

Tuscan design celebrates its simple luxury and at-home feel through this warm kitchen. A low, cove-vaulted brick ceiling, hex terra-cotta flooring and rustic sage cabinetry in this kitchen deliver natural warmth while comfortably enclosing the space for an intimate feel.

Travertine, a traditional building material, is especially symbolic in Italian design as it was the primary material used in the construction of the Colosseum.

We just love how this space feels both modern, with a luxe mid century vibe, as well as classical, with details like a magnificent over scale crystal chandelier.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A sprawling 17th-Century Italian/Country farmhouse!!

WOW! Designed by Giuseppe Roberto Martinenghi, this entryway, constructed in 1937, features Arabescato Carrara marble floors and walls of limestone and marble.

The style of the old-world accessorizing works best when you apply yourself to it completely.

Less is more is the motto of contemporary Italian houses ,seeking a few essential furniture elements with quality!

Bathrooms are as important as other rooms in Italian homes, must be cozy and comfortable as the others. A space to be filled with decoration and imagination.

Not exactly invented in Italy, the terracotta tradition has historical roots in Tuscany and is typically an Italian one.  Although neutrals and white/black remain the favorite color matches in contemporary Italian homes, the Italian decor style is not afraid of using color, even in warm terracotta tone.  Love this space!