Paola Navone usually steers clear of taking on domestic interiors but this particular home in the Italian region of Umbria, piqued her interest from the get go. In its former life two centuries ago, this white washed warehouse of sorts was a silkworm farm, and then later a tobacco drying plant. Needless to say it took some major cajoling in order to turn it into the cleverly crafted living space that it is today.
Owners Andrea Falkner-Campi and husband Feliciano Campi, managed to convince Navone to take on the project and in her signature style and deft charm successfully injected personality and refined style in a large oversized single room dwelling.
Lashings of white used both on the walls and in the furnishings, mixed with stunning grey hued tiles, tan leather and wide oak flooring, this home has us reeling for more. The quintessential Est home we think.
To the the Paola Navone Look, marry modern design with traditional handcrafts. This selection of inspiration includes Paula's very own designs including the Gervasoni Ghost Sofa and Ghost 09 Love Seat.