June 9, 2011

a 17th century Italian farmhouse

A time-worn farmhouse owned by artist Sam Miller and his wife Helen in the Le Marche region of Italy. It hasn't even been fully renovated- they've just left everything as is and moved in their furniture.  The sunlight really seems to stream in the windows and give the stone floors and walls a quiet, ancient glow. By the way, take a look at the artist's portfolio here, to see the interesting mirrored glass sculptures and pieces you see on their walls. You can also read the entire article on his site here(Photos from World of Interiors, June, 2010)


Boho Farm and Home said...

Holy Mole! That kitchen is my DREAM!

mn said...

Boho Farm: Isn't it though?! I could live in a kitchen like that. Thanks for your comment.