Putting Contemporary Italian Design In Your Home

When you think of Italy, you might think of a rustic Tuscan hillside, the canals of Venice, or the warm embrace of pasta and vino. But, Italy is also know for their modern and haute design, both in fashion and in interior design. There is some serious design coming out of this great peninsula! Allow me to introduce you to some incredible modern Italian designs & show you how we’ve incorporated them into our client’s interiors.

Office ChandelierChandelier by Arte di Murano

Typically when you think of Murano glass chandeliers, you think of over the top & gaudy blown glass. However, the island of Murano is cranking out some sleek & interesting chandeliers.
Murphy BedChandelier by Arte di Murano

This whimsical & colorful chandelier just makes the design of this room, by turning a traditional wood paneled room into a dynamic space.
Huft living roomRug by Missoni Home

Now, who can forget Missoni? Italy & Missoni go hand-in-hand. When you have the opportunity to use a rug like this one, you have to let it speak for itself.
Front RoomX-Bench by Selezioni Domus

The incredible x-shaped bench to the left by Selezioni Domus adds incredible flair to a space.
Mens BathroomMirror by Selezioni Domus

This croc and nickel mirror instantly upgraded this space giving it a tailored and masculine look.
Wallpaper ghost chairChair by Kartell

Kartell is an incredible furniture company who’s signature is their use of polycarbonate. I love their use of technology for design.

Now, Italian design isn’t cheap! If you’re interested in an Italian made piece, plan to pay a pretty penny for it. However, you’ll find comfort in the fact that you own a piece that is incredibly well made, makes your space, and will last you a lifetime.

Pulp Design Studios
381 Casa Linda Plaza #246
Dallas, TX 75218
(214) 504-2606
www.pulpdesignstudios.com

{All images by Kevin Dotolo and all design by Pulp Design Studios.}

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About the Author

Beth Dotolo, named one of D Home‘s Best Designers 2011, is the Principal Interior Designer & Owner of Pulp Design Studios, a boutique interior design firm in Dallas, Texas. When she’s not designing, Beth is blogging about the pursuit of splendid modern living on the popular lifestyle blog Hello, Splendor.

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