From the countries of Northern Europe, here’s how to bring this style of furniture to the open spaces of our homes
What makes the Italian style of furniture unique and recognizable, even in its different variations?
It is said that at 30 years of age everything changes. To understand more, we have entered the homes of three famous thirty-year-old girls: Silvia, Ilaria and Stefania, CEO of the itrentenni.com project.
Among trips, vintage objects collected from every corner of the world, two dogs and a two-meter Kenzia, Amelia Manuela talks about herself to our Journal. Her house represents her ideas, her taste, her vision of the world.
Manuela Ravasio is responsible for the Marie Claire Italia website. Manuela loves design, art and vintage. She often gets excited within the walls of her home, because here she shared special moments with the most important people in her life. She cannot stand without a warm light in the living room and posters attached to the bedroom wall.
Angelo Ferrillo is a photographer, photo editor, art director and photography professor. Neapolitan at heart, Milanese every day, but travelling all over the world for work and passion. His house reflects his spirit in love (of his wife, his dogs and photographic books). The furnishings of a small house, if well cared for in details, can transform it into a very personal and characteristic space.
Chiara Mandetta and Elena Boat are the CEOs of Sine Modus, an independent brand for which they create handmade turbans with vintage fabrics. To furnish the home they let themselves to be inspired by fashion and the history of the costume of the ‘900. Their lifestyle is retro.