Dimore Studio is known as one of the most remarkable companies that carry the quality and legacy of traditional Italian interior design to its unique projects. One of their most recent accomplishments has managed to conquer the attention of many mid-century modern design enthusiasts. Inspiration and Ideas is about to introduce you to Firenze Bellosguardo, a home with a very elegant take on this style of decor.
Firenze Bellosguardo was the first time that Dimore Studio took on the interior design of a home in Florence. The home already had many interior design details inspired by many masters of mid-20th-century Italian design. Despite the fact that this residence has many modern details, at the same time, there was much to be taken advantage of when it comes to mid-century.
The best way to define Firenze Bellosguardo’s contemporary design style is “Far East meets Italian Deco fantasy“, according to the NYTimes. This was a project which was requested by the owners of the home which are currently in their early 50s. They decided to opt for the services of Dimore Studio, known for being one of Italy’s most remarkable avant-garde designers and art furniture makers. Are you in love with this luxury home?
Dimore Studio had a lot to work with despite the fact that the home wasn’t a new build. They devoted themselves to turning a bland residence into a more poetic-styled residence. Many elements of modern design decoration are definitely there, including the usage of wide glass and several open rooms. The classic furniture elements are also there furnished in several elegant and unique combos of classic patterns (including some jewel tones mixed in with some extravagant patterns).
The home itself was inspired by many pioneers of mid-20th-century Italian design, including Carlo Scarpa and Osvaldo Borsani. What Dimore Studio managed to apply was giving this unique home an elegant modernization which made it even more timeless and tasteful. With this project, the studio proves once again that they are the ideal minds to tackle elements related to classic-modern Italian Interior Design.
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