Mediterranean Interior Decor & Design Trends We continue our journey of touring fabulous interiors around the world. So far, we’ve visited the gorgeous Spain, Thailand and Greece. Today we're heading to the Italian countryside to see a 300 yr. old Italian Farmhouse that has been as been completely reformed and rebuilt after it almost completely burned to the ground. This stunning holiday home is situated in the hills near a town of Treia in the Le Marche region of Italy.
Some of the unique features of this home are as follows:
- The renovation took almost 4 years to complete and is called, Casa Olivi
- The architects on the project were Swiss; Markus Wespi and Jérôme de Meuron
- The building is protected by the Italian Cultural and History Administration, so the outside of the home had to remained untouched
- While staying in this gorgeous home, you can enjoy 360 degree views of the surrounding countryside
Italian Interior Decor
The kitchen has very high-end finishes and appliances, but besides this space being gorgeous, that rustic bread is making me want to reach right through this photo and grab a hunk of it!
Via Fresh Home, The house has been finished to an exceptionally high standard and there are many cutting-edge finishing touches: such as the Phillipe Starck bathrooms, the super modern kitchen and the impressive rectangular infinity pool (reminiscent of the water troughs that can be found in the nearby countryside) that sits raised above ground level.
Let's Head Outside To See What Views You Can Enjoy Here
Eating Al Fresco
This blog post was inspired and in some cases copied from Fresh Home - I'm happy I was able to share such a wonderful story with our GHID audience.