Tag Archives: Italian furniture

ceramic drum stools from italy

I came across these fantastic ceramic drum stools and I just had to share. Doubling as small occasional tables or stools, these color saturated enamel stoneware and buttery-rich vegetable-dyed leather pieces are made in the studio of Italian leather maestro … Continue reading

a chic contemporary wood bench

contemporary wood bench

One of my favorite new pieces of modern furniture is a cool contemporary wood bench I just discovered.  Infinitely more versatile than a sofa or chair, I can’t even think of a room where a bench wouldn’t be a welcome … Continue reading

hotel inspired decor: the capri tiberio palace

Capri-Tiberio-Hotel-Lobby2

I’m the first to admit that I’m an addict when it comes to Italian mid century design.  I simply can’t get enough of it.  Chic Italian design immediately conjures up images of la dolce vita; of glamour and impeccable style.  … Continue reading

inspired hotel interiors – the nobis hotel, stockholm

Nobis-Hotel-Stockholm-cupola

Scandinavian modern design: three words that are music to many people’s ears!  Timeless and classic reflecting real comfort and hospitality, I suddenly wondered why I had never looked to the chic hotels of Stockholm for inspiration of my own projects.  … Continue reading

a unique sidetable from the salone del mobile in milan

  One of the my favorite pieces of furniture for home interiors exhibited at the Salone del Mobile in Milan earlier this year, was the BipBip side table exhibited by Promemoria and designed by members of the artistic Sozzi family. … Continue reading

day 3 of 5: travelling to Europe in the 18th century (Rome – Decorative Art)

image credit: Badminton Cabinet: copyright © 2013 Fürstliche Sammlungen Art Service GmbH & Co. OG / The Princely Collections of Lichtenstein Yesterday our Grand Tour brought us to Rome after a stop in Paris, and as everyone knows, one day … Continue reading

Ico Parisi makes a statement at Phillips London

Finally Italian mid century design is getting the respect it deserves!  For the past few years, we have seen a run up on prices for French art deco and Scandinavian design all while the fruits of the Italians languished in … Continue reading