An Italian Inspiration: Luxurious White Bedrooms

| October 11, 2013 | 2 Comments
An Italian Inspiration: Luxurious White Bedrooms

For those of you that can appreciate the bigger picture of art and design, the following images will blow you away. And if you happen to fancy the Italian take on design, then this post is going to make you giggle like an anime cartoon girl.

I stumbled upon some really cool images that were taking inside the naughty room, I mean bedrooms of some luxurious Italian homes. I thought they were noteworthy enough to be shared with my friends and internet acquaintances.

First up on our “visite de chambre Italien,” (or, our “Italian bedroom tour”) is a classical piece. To me it meshes a classical, almost vintage style and incorporates modern materials. The white accents with crystal chandelier is very elegant and draws the eye to the center of the room. In this case, my first glance was toward the bed, and then the headboard.

Personally, I am not a fan of this style headboard simply because of the way it looks. However, what I found is when resting a fat head (like mine) up against it, the comfort almost outweighs the unappealing look. But hey, that’s just one uneducated man’s opinion. Overall the hard work that went into this room is respectable. Though not my taste, I still appreciate the balance and skill it took to create a piece like this.

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Oh boy, now this this next one is going to make you wide-eyed. The location, the simplicity, and the design is absolutely breath-taking. It is almost as if the designer said, “Hey, I’m too lazy to add detail, but I don’t want to make it look like i’m not trying. After all, I am a genius and I have an appearance to keep.” Okay, well maybe that wasn’t the thought but as you can see from photograph below there is really not much “fluff.” The bedroom is wide open and has a feeling of welcome with a touch of prissiness–and that’s okay.

My only complaint would probably be the bed. Not the look or design of the bed, but the appearance of how comfortable the thin mattress looks. I’m not sure if I would make that my main sleeping bed because it looks a bit uncomfortable. That’s probably the only area they overdid the “prissiness.”

It would be foolish of me not to mention the most defining part of the bedroom — the windows (location). The colors of the room flow seamlessly into the background. Weather the location is a false background  isn’t my concern, but rather the thought that it took to match this modern room with an amazing backdrop. Bravo!simple italian

This next one is a dream come true for the parents that have artists for children. You know what i’m talking about — The kids who always have a crayon in hand and will display their artistic prowess on any canvas they can find (which is usually floors and walls). The bedroom below has kind of a blend of old and new.

It displays this with the elegant chandelier and a vintage looking mirror. But what i’m far more attracted to is the comfortable looking bed, the open windows that light up the room, and the wooden floors. For some reason I’ve always enjoyed lighter color woods when it comes to decorating.nocrayola

Well folks, that’s all for today. Whenever I browse the net I will make sure to save these little gems and share them with you. If you would like, leave a comment below and tell me what you think about my pics? I’d love to hear from you!

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Anthony is an Australian native with a knack for world traveling. His passion for art and design has taken him to many countries where he enjoys seeing and learning new things. While aimlessly browsing the internet, Anthony will occasionally find something worth while to share on his blog. He loves learning from other people so while reading the blog make sure to leave a comment or question so we can keep a conversation for the world to benefit from! You can also find him on Google+

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  1. Julie Macrostic says:

    Oh my goodness Anthony, the photo with the Alps in the background is absolutely breathtaking. I agree 100% with you! I love how simplistic the room seems but still grasps a hardy modern design. Do you have any idea if that is a lighting fixture up on the ceiling?

    • Hi Julie!

      I had actually done some research on this image, and came up short regarding the fixture on the ceiling. It almost even looks like a decorative vent? Hopefully someone will come along and enlighten us!

      -Anthony

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