If you’re a fan of checking out celebrity homes, then today we have a little twist for you: we’re checking out some of Italy’s homes. Today we bring you the best Italian living room designs from some Italian celebrities (and others).
Donatella Versace’s living room is a perfect example of Italian luxury at its best. The golden details and luxurious furniture are definitely the division’s highlights, along with a unite architecture seen throughout the walls.
Luca Guadagnino has an apartment in a 17th-century palazzo, with furniture by Piero Castellini and 18th-century Japanese painted panels. A simple yet beautiful space for guests.
The living room of the late furniture designer Carlo Mollino is filled with opulent finishings. This home in Turin contrasts with a more casual, distressed approach to objects as well as upholsteries.
This is an image of Ettore Sottsass‘ Milan apartment in 1959. The house’s bright colors and geometrical figures reflect the aesthetic popularized by Sottsass. A good example of historical interior design.
Barnaba Fornasetti (son of Piero Fornasetti)
The son of the most acclaimed 20th-century designer Piero Fornasetti has his 19th-century Milan villa filled with iconic pieces from the Fornasetti archives. We can see by the image that good taste in furniture runs in the family.
Gabrielle Crespi’s living room is highlighted by the presence 1976 bronze Elisse table, made by her. Not only is this furniture piece beautiful, but it also reflects Crespi’s ability to combine both humble and precious materials.
Fashion designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s living and dining room feature a Saarinen dining table as well as a 1940s Murano glass chandelier. The room is simple yet elegantly built and decorated.
Villa Oleandra Includes a total of 25 rooms, an outdoor theater, a swimming pool and a garage big enough for all of George Clooney’s motorcycles. And the living room of the house is an example of Italian beauty indeed.
Roberto Cavalli’s home, in general, is divided in an interesting way. In one division he has a photography studio and on another, he has the living room, the kitchen, and a sleeping area. Never has worked combined so well with comfort.
Alfred von Escher
Alfred von Escher’s home is a 16th-century Sicilian home with some Vintage Roland Rainer chairs adorning the dining table. The vintage italian home is really a marvel on the inside.