GENIUS ON A NEUTRAL BACKGROUND.
"If a messy desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, of what then is an empty desk a sign?" Albert Einstein.
A COMBINATION OF MODERN AND RETRO
Modern furniture and vintage antiques live together in this studio. On the background a wall in New York Stories (colour n. 30).
WHO SAID CEILINGS SHOULD BE WHITE?
Keith Orange (colour n. 52) on the hallway leading to Sofia and Michele’s room.
To warm up a concrete staircase suspended on a glass plate... impossible? A "chocolate" is enough! (Chocoholism - colour n. 98).
KNIT & PAINT
Fashion, lifestyle, trend, knitting mania is contagious , it also has arrived on the doors of this wardrobe, realized with a Wall & Floor Design stencil.
UNIQUENESS LIES IN DETAILS
A decorative motif with a mudejar inspiration for a rather unusual floor, decorated with a Wall & Floor Design stencil and Heavy Body resin.
"TON SUR TON" ELEGANCE WITH A TOUCH OF PINK
A neutral tones combination for wall and closet in this anteroom painted in Archetype Grey (colour n. 107).
A DESK WITH A VIEW
On the background, the captivating and muffled atmosphere created by Tortona Grey (colour n. 108), in front, life goes on slowly, punctuated by the seasons.
A MATTER OF LIGHT
The large windows on both sides allow light to trespass the house. A few Chocoholism (colour n. 98) accent walls make these bright interiors more comfortable.
NEW YORK STORIES
That is, a vague cross between a nostalgic black and white, and the most contemporary neutrals (colour n. 30).
Impossible to cook without posting a picture on the blog. The ideal background? Dark and opaque colours, which allow the most appetizing ingredients stand out in contrast.
Contemporary design and sharp lines are softened thanks to a soft wall in New York Stories (colour n. 30) with its extraordinarily matt finish.
A DESK FOR CAMILLA
The grandmother's desk gets a makeover and shows off an exterior in Frida loves Diego (colour no. 72) and a definitely "over the top" interior.