August 21, 2013

An Italian villa renovation


A renovation project in Italy where an old building was converted into a bright home with original details... I love the use of glass on the mezzanine and the stairs. How do you like it? 

 







16 comments:

Margreet de Vries said...

Wat een geweldige villa! Echt prachtig!

Holly {Avenue Lifestyle} said...

Amazing. Love that pebbled wall!

Cez said...

just what i need !!! lol ;) sublime!!!!

Cosy Life by Elly said...

Wat een gaaf huis zeg! Vooral die stenen wand..echt geweldig

Cosy Life by Elly said...

Wat een gaaf huis zeg! Vooral die stenen wand..echt geweldig

Binti Home Blog said...

Super mooi... prachtig die vide! I could live here ;)

Albertine Grolmusova said...

Hi Desiree, this is fantastic house, the wall looks stunning and the stairs.... WOW :)
Hugs!
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Elegant Ground Homeware said...

Lovely arrangement :) I wish they showed the bedroom, would love to check out the bedspreads, I'm a fan of minimalist design myself.

Eve from Paris said...

Absolutely amazing !!!

Jayden Eden said...

This is so beautiful! I would to do renovation in Lethbridge to make my home look like this!

sue said...

wow, wow, wow......

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Phill Jackson said...

Such a beautiful villa! The mix of traditional wooden beams and modern features work so well together. So much open space and light is great to have in a surrounding like that. One aspect jumps out a lot though and that's the staircase. In houses like this architects tend to put in spiral stairs to add some wow effect but this choice creates so much light and space, very nice indeed! Great post, I wanna move in!

Atlanta Home Improvement magazine said...

Love the blend of old and new! The living space is beautifully modern, yet feels as though it has been around for a long time.

Anonymous said...

Would love to replicate those floors, but can't imagine one could get the tiles in South Africa.