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Elegant and luxurious, timeless period-correct decor can be hard to recreate, with homeowners often being excessive when trying to replicate styles found in places like Villa Serbelloni.
“The simplicity of the architectural composition recalls the small farmhouses and barns of the Lombard countryside, making the house a primitive building devoid of any non-essential element.”
Borgo, as it’s called for short, certainly feels like paradise. And not just for the luxurious accommodations, which consist of 22 spacious rooms and suites in a soothing palette of neutrals and greens and travertine floors.
The iconic 42-foot Santander of Wight designed by Philip Rhodes returns to the scene (of the crime).
Casa di Langa, overlooking rolling hills and vineyards in northern Italy, cares as much about the guest experience as it does the environment.
Whether driving through the beauty that is Tuscany, the winding roads of Emilia-Romagna, the rocky peninsulas of Liguria, or the mountain passes of the Dolomites—the roads of Italy are as varied as the country’s dialects.
A couple from Dorset in the United Kingdom, Jon and Annemarie Nurse, are now offering a fully furnished modern townhouse to one fortunate winner of the Win Houses in Italy raffle.
What started out as a recycling-themed project for Salone del Mobile in 2018 has turned into a handbag line characterized by colour and workmanship.