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A family home in Milan

As the story goes, there once was a boy whose mother was a gallery owner. When the boy was 14, he asked for a Vespa, and was instead given a Joe lounge chair by de Pas, D'Urbino and Lomazzi. Many years later the boy now lives in a beautiful home in Milan with his wife and children. The home was formerly 6 apartments and is now a wonderfully eclectic family home with amazing artwork on display and yes, some classic statement furniture. I love how the canvas printed with a photo above is hanging without the use of a stretcher (might steal this idea for over my living room sofa). Via The Socialite Family, photos: Constance Gennari.

Reader Comments (3)

This is a beautigul home. But a 14 years old should get vespa and enjoy his young days with the other same aged vespa driver. There is a time to be a chind and there is a time to be a grown up

19 Jul 2015 | Unregistered Commenterombia

I like the insertion of tiles within the wood (?) floor. Otherwise the place leaves me un-inspired.

20 Jul 2015 | Unregistered Commenterloulou ste-adele

That floor is incredible!!!
Lots of love, xx

26 Jul 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMarĂ­a

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