AN ITALIAN HOME DESIGNED BY PAOLA NAVONE

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This beautiful home in Umbria, Italy, belongs to hotelier Andrea Falkner Campi. Well known Italian designer Paola Navone was asked to transform the old building dating from the 17th century into a modern 500m2 open space home. The beautiful ten meter high ceilings give a spacious feel. Wooden floors and furniture pieces (such as the large dining table) add a touch of warmth. I love the bathroom tiles on floor and walls which are also designed by Paola for Flaminia and are all handmade in Morocco.

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Credits: Maz Zambelli for ELLE Decor Italia.

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4 Responses to AN ITALIAN HOME DESIGNED BY PAOLA NAVONE

  1. Ooohhhh-i-love-it!! Just great, so clear and simple! A lot of air, light and room. Less is more!
    Kind regards from switzerland
    FrauHummel

  2. And on the mezzanine, the wonderful French Fireplace Gyrofocus by Focus, design Dominique Imbert.

  3. Usually I prefer small spaces, but this home is so light, open and airy. Beautiful.

  4. Such a great space once again! I love the flooring details, the switch from boards to tiles and also the tiles in the bathroom. Nikki x

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