Monday, July 12, 2010

A Heavenly Home














Incredibility heavenly and mesmerizing.

Do you recall this place in Italy? If you are new to the blog, perhaps you have not yet seen it—for those who have, isn't it lovely to see this home from a different angle? I always appreciate a fresh take, as you often notice new things, or see a great room or detail that was not captured previously. These images are from the architect's site—and such a talent I must say...

I love this place—the marriage of old Italian history and brand new, modern classics, furnished respectfully so that the home can breath and the eye can rest. This could very well be one of my most favorite places in the world. I love the kitchen, simple bed, and bathroom, with that graceful shelf for apothecaries, soaps, salts, etc. within reach. Also, don't you find the dressing room amazing? More boutique shop than closet style, it makes daily fashion choices far more enjoyable! What do you like about this home?

( images via her behance.net account )

16 comments:

  1. I love this home. I've been smitten with the mix of ancient and modern since I stayed at the hotel de russie in rome almost 10 years ago. I never tire of that kind of beauty.

    xo mary jo

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  2. Oh I agree it is just amazing on a whole new level. The dressing room....I would be so excited to use that each day, so inspiring as is all the wonderful rooms.
    xoxo

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  3. ridiculously cool - love these images sarah. jx

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  4. the floor in the kitchen is perfection.

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  5. This home actually is the expression of the Interieurs brand.....perfect imperfections....I love it

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  6. Heavenly indeed! Such beautiful soft colour, such gorgeous wall decoration! Swoon.
    I've just popped over from Splendid Willow and I'm so glad I did. Your blog is beautiful.

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  7. how fun to see the home from a different perspective! while i quite adore the warmth of the shots in the first post, still love this home -- the marble and chandeliers and painted wall murals -- everything is positively saturated in old-world charm . . .

    hope you're having a wonderful week, sarah!
    xo

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  8. Oh my gosh! So amazing Sarah! I'm so thrilled to see the rest of this home... it's absolutely gorgeous. Hope you are having a great week :)

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  9. deardesigners -- thank you so much for visiting!

    Francine -- I wish I could visit your store. I would most definitely love it :)

    Daniella -- I had no idea that there was a dressing room!

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  10. The apartment is spectacular and incredible. The architecture is brutal. I like the design of modern furniture with simple lines, because they are neutral and do not obstruct the view of the beautiful rooms. With your permission I would like to publish the photographs in my blog. Thank you regards jürgen

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  11. Wow! That large-scale herringbone flooring is to die for. This home is incredible.
    Nancy

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  12. Jürgen -- of course! I love how you combined both takes on the home -- you truly appreciate it more from all angles :)

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  13. Litteraly, this home took my breath away! Incredible how they used minimalistic furniture to let the walls play!
    Magickal! Thanks for sharing this.

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  14. the shelving in the bathroom definitely popped out for me, it's beautiful, more like a headboard or mantelpiece. I love the dressing room as well. Can you imagine living in such a place?! xo Caitlin

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  15. I like everything about this house. The mixture, the height of the ceilings. The photographs are beautiful.
    I have found your blog by chance, and I love it. I look for beauty ... forever.
    I am from Sevilla (southern Spain) and I have a blog decoration, architecture and art ... if you do not mind, today I'll post on this house. Look at me here ... elbureaudelorena.blogspot.com

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  16. Hey, great post! I love the house mix between contemporary and modern, also I especially liked the room with the "boxes" closets, isolated from the wall, cool idea!

    quick excerpt from the dream closet project http://www.ezarchitecture.com/blog/ezarchitecture-podcast-16-dream-closet-thecloset-library/

    Good job!!!

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