Renovating a home constructed contained in the 60s or the 70s into an environment nice fashionable improvement is a train that’s troublesome sufficient, however reworking a 200-yr-earlier manufacturing unit into an aesthetic trendy residence truly takes particular experience and a considerable quantity of creativity. This is strictly why hotelier Andrea Falkner-Campi launched in Paola Navone to get the duty accomplished in her hometown of Spello in east central Umbria, Italy. Bringing in distinctive decor and pleasant mixtures of patterns and textures, the designer has given the T,300-sq.-foot area a mannequin new lease on life draped in a cloak of pristine white!
Tapping into the charming industrial backdrop of this former tobacco drying plant and warehouse, the spacious trendy house embraces an aesthetic and refined industrial type. White dominates the inside, with a splash of grey and black bringing magnificence, refinement and a few a lot wanted seen distinction. Custom-crafted hexagonal tiles in fairly a couple of shades of gray assist demarcate areas inside the large dwelling space, whereas one-of-a-type tiles in white and grey convey Moroccan patterns to the hall and the serene tub.
Ample air flow into illuminates the spectacular dwelling space with a vaulted roof and picket beams as fifty two residence house home windows embody the world! A trolley discovered on the native flea market doubles because of the espresso desk, whereas customized-made pendants give the large consuming space an aura of its personal.
Fabulous residence in an earlier concrete manufacturing unit, industrial and Romanesque
Luxurious supplies in Indian cotton provides the mattress room each seen and textural consolation, and an iron-framed mattress together with big double-peak picket cupboards usher inside the first Italian rustic attraction. Finding that elusive stability between acknowledging its earlier and turning into in with the present tendencies, this mesmerizing house is a tribute to the ingenuity and brilliance of Paola Navone.
Photography by Wichmann + Bendtsen