If you love a certain interior style you most probably develop an eye for its characteristics. I love the Italians. I admire all the interior design, fashion style and creativity they have in their DNA. That doesn’t mean I’d live like this since you need the right architectural structure but I certainly love to see it. It breathes sophisticated colour palettes and wonderful finishings.
Behind the walls of an building of the nineteenth century, interior designer Vincenzo De Cotiis has created a cozy apartment Milan for a young couple and their son .
In a corner of the room, the wall, quietly functional, appears as a composition of panels that are all closets. The office work of Vincenzo De Cotiis was made from reclaimed wood. In the foreground, the cage-room balcony of the child. Berber carpet and chair 1950s.
a bathroom misleading perspectives through the wall mirror, has been designed around a marble desk 1950s, used furniture down here. It is with the same marble as the floor is covered. The mirror above the sink is framed in an old Italian altarpiece.