5 Italian Homes to Swoon Over
Milan Fashion Week is officially underway and to mark the occasion, we’re taking a closer look at some of our favorite homes in Italy. Italian interiors are always a feast for the eyes, thanks to their consistent use of rich textures, lavish materials, and sexy color palettes. From the dark moodiness of a gray and brass kitchen, to the sheer luxury of a leather and velvet lounge, these spaces do not disappoint.
Keep scrolling to view the homes and click on the photos to see more of each stunning space.
In an opulent 19th-century building in Milan, a young family hired designer Vincenzo De Cotiis to create a cozy, sexy, Art Deco home with saturated colors and rich materials.
Designed by Milanese studio Dordoni Architetti, fashion designer Maurizio Pecoraro's Milan home is moody and elegant, with dark gray walls, concrete floors, and carefully selected furniture. Stacks of books and eye-catching accessories complete the visual treat.
We’re totally captivated by the sexiness of the salon in Italian designer Carlo Mollino’s home. Rich gilt details on the intricate fireplace, and saturated pink silk chairs feel completely decadent, while modern tables and lighting provide the perfect contrast. Click on the photo to shop the look!
Located in Rome’s Coppedè district in a building constructed in 1898, Italian architect and designer Achille Salvagni's home is a decidedly eclectic and luxurious experiment in color, pattern, and style. Stripe flooring and pops of bold color make for an intriguing mix in the home’s master bath.
In the home of Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio, a stunning collection of vintage and antique items sit against a backdrop of smoky colors. And that brass-clad kitchen island? Absolutely stunning.
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