A renovated mill in Italy

Posted on Wed, 23 May 2012 by KiM

A big thanks to Deb for giving us a tip about this gorgeous Italian mill, photographed by Stefano Scatà. Dating back to 1570 and located in San Bartolomeo di Breda di Piave, Treviso Italy, the mill is now an inn called Locanda Rosa Rosae and is owned by Elisabetta and Silvio Stefani. It’s a gorgeous, jaw-dropping mix of old and new that is my absolute dream – to take something really old and modernize it while maintaining as much of the old charm as possible. *sigh* How rewarding that must feel when accomplished. 

Lisa says:

Oh my god…i want to live there. Thank you for a wonderful blog.
Hug from Lisa

Esz says:

Holy sh*t!! I want to live there too. AMAZING!!!

oregonbird says:

How is it that the most ornate furniture works so well in crude architecture? My favorite part is the 'dressing room' – there's whimsey and lightness in that picture. Plus, I'm over the consumer-based lifestyle; less is more works for me.

Ines says:

This is an absolute perfection !!!

loulou ste-adele says:

Absolutely gorgeous. The right balance everywhere. And the mini "boardwalk-sitting bench" near the water: I am so doing this at my place and doing it this week!!

JoanLetica says:

BEAUTIFUL! I'd like to visit for TWO WEEKS!! May I?

Ottawa alternagrrrl says:

Um, hello, renovated mill people, can we switch lives?

Monika says:

Oh I love this… Italians are so damn sexy.

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