Each week, we share the most gorgeous, inspiring and coolest interiors that we’ve come across in the past few days. Here comes some perfect eye candy to browse through while sipping your Saturday morning coffee, which you can also use as inspiration for your own home.
Italy has been through some tough times, but it still remains one of our favorite holiday destinations and sources of inspiration. Therefore, this week we picked our favorites from Italian interiors, as a form of paying homage to their creativity, energy and timeless style.
Humble alterations in one of the most gorgeous palaces in Florence | numeroventi | Firenze
Casa Mille – a 19th century villa renovated in the spirit of the ‘70s | Fabio Fantolino | Torino
Doorless freedom on 60 square meters | Elena Martucci | Milan
The home of Prada’s lead architect | Roberto Baciocchi | Arezzo
A dream home in a 12 meter tower | Lorenzo Grifantini | Puglia
The textbook example of small apartments a la Italia | Silvia Allori | Firenze
A former olive oil factory transformed into a residential building | Stefano de Martino | Sorrento
(The cover photo features Lorenzo Grifantini’s home in Puglia.)