A small wrench in the system unfortunately meant a last-minute cancellation for my trip to Paris. While I regroup, I didn’t want to leave you without inspiration so I am making an exception to the rule and sharing a Pinterest find – the work of Italian photographer Stefano Scatà. From travel and lifestyle to stunning interiors and food, his work takes you around the world in style. Join me for a little tour. Luca and Marta Montagnani’s chic all white home in Cecina, Tuscany is a clean start. The dining room is a serene study in contrasts.
The living room shows how well the unicolor modern furnishings meld with the rustic setting
while Villa Jnane in Marrakech has a colorful exotic vibe.
The eclectic and very personal home of Alessia Sassoli De Bianchi in the heart of Bologna is a show stopper.
And for chalet chic, it’s hard to beat this charming house, once the home of composer Francesco Durante, in Cortina. While clearly modernized, the current owner has kept much of the original residence intact.
But one of the most amazing houses is Villa Manin, home to Mauro and Marianna Guerresco and family. The historic villa, forty minutes northeast of Venice in Friuli, has been lovingly restored and is available to rent during the summer months.
Travel to Sardinia
Majorca (the Hotel Ca’n Roses, in Soller)
but be careful before you dive down this rabbit hole. It could be hours before you find yourself climbing out!
Be sure to stop by next time for the next episode in Susanna Salk’s and my video series!
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Very nice pictures ! Thank you for sharing.
(Venice is in Veneto, not Friuli)
Thank you Claudia. Villa Manin is not in Venice, but 40 miles northeast in Friuli.
Gorgeous images! I’d love to see more of the chalet in Cortina and the villa in Marrakech. And the exterior shots have me dreaming of travel and warmer weather. Thank you for the introduction to his work!
Gorgeous! Looking forward to the next video. Sorry you had to cancel your trip to Paris but the world is a little unsteady and I might be okay with waiting for things to settle down over there.
Hope that the “wrench” is back where it is supposed to be. xoxo Mary
Aren’t crowns so beautiful….loved the napkins! franki
I love this post! What beautiful images. So sorry about your trip, I can see that you thoughtfully used the “wrench” to turn things around with this fabulous post!
Wonderful photographs of stunning sights! Hopefully you will take your own exotic/beautiful Parisian images soon!
Stacey every home here spoke to me in an enchanting and exotic way! Gorgeous!
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Gorgeous pictures that make us want to book a trip as soon as possible. So sorry to hear you’ve had to cancel Paris and hope it’s not for something too serious… Thanks for letting us travel through your post today, Q!
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