Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Architecture Wednesday: Modern and Rustic In Reggio Emelia

I don’t know much about this house other than it’s in Northern Italy, about halfway between Parma and Bologna in Reggio Emilia.

So, between cheese and meat?

I do know that I like it’s rustic wood and stone-work; I love the use of metal shelving; I love the modern—it looks like it’s never been touched—kitchen; and I love the light and airy upstairs and wood-clad master bathroom.

Plus, those gardens are made for entertaining or just lounging around with a charcuterie platter and a bottle of Brunello di Montalcino.

Plus, you’re about an hour from Milan, four hours from Rome, and ten hours from Venice.

Gosh, I need to win the Lottery ....

4 comments:

mistress maddie said...

"don’t know much about this house other than it’s in Northern Italy" Do we really need anything else to know??? Beside the fact that the house is absolutely stunning from that exposed stone wall and amazing shelving system in the living room to the cool wooden slatted wall treatment on that patio!!!!! SOLD!!!!!!!

the dogs' mother said...

Nice for a modern house :-)

Fearsome Beard said...

I find it lovely. To me the rustic gives it warmth. It's really beautiful.

itsmyhusbandandme said...

Another perfect choice. Open and light. Love the metal shelving and the yellow chairs in the kitchen. Bella!
JP