Simple luxury and distinctive furnishings makes this gorgeous villa a great place to kick up your heels and enjoy the surrounding of the beautiful rural Tuscan landscape. It’s elegance and simplicity at its best.
The interior décor is progressive with a 60s flavor. Space is of the essence with large rooms, high ceilings with exposed beams, and bare floors with accents rugs strewn here and there. Rich colors are tempered by earthy tones. Straight lines, squares, rectangles, and circles throughout the space create a geometric interior that is sharp, mellow, and relaxed simultaneously.
A fireplace adds the right degree of welcomeness, giving the room a cozy and warm vibe. In addition, an elongated sofa in a rich natural green shade adorned with rows of cushiony pillows adds to the overall comfort of the area. The same area doubles as an entertainment hub with a long table and easy chairs for dining.
Travertine tiles throughout the villa in an antique light-reddish tone keeps the area cool but cozy. Each tile is specifically laid creating a down-to-earth atmosphere, yet remaining in the realm of high sophistication. The environment is striking, tailored, and tasteful. An eclectic blend of practicality with contemporary accents weaves an interesting merger of today meets yesterday.
Excessiveness is purposely avoided in order to maintain a tranquil feeling in each room. Wide arched doorways, complemented by ecru colored walls keep the space muted but dynamic. Even in the bedroom and bathroom, a minimalist approach completely works with the rest of the space. It’s luxury meets realism. It’s subtle ornamentation subdued by fine lines and indulgence simultaneously.
Just the right amount of natural light pours through each window and French door, keeping with the general theme of the villa of open space and liveliness. The decorative design of this traditional villa stays within the realm of old-style easiness while molding into organic and space age shapes.
The theme of the villa’s décor is carried to the exterior with Verner Panton chairs. The outside is serene and quaint with plenty of comfort for entertaining. Picturesque views add to the overall gorgeousness of the area with a stunning backdrop on view from every angle.
The modernism and abstract expressionism is apparent throughout the grounds. Every part of nature is taken into consideration down to each piece of furniture and ornamentation, easily complementing the natural surroundings. Minimalism as a form of modernism geared towards the most essential elements is what describes this tailored villa. Earth and tranquility, together with contemporary design and brilliant splashes of color makes this villa both hospitable and intriguing.
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