29,594 italianate Home Design Photos

Morgan Howarth Photography
10 Reviews
Abdo Developement
the table in the photo is from an Italian company called Gervasoni. Not available in the states but can be ordered through an importer in Miami. If they are interested in getting more info
“Love these chairs” — Studio Sayer
Bellisa Design
Lori Withey
Wall Paneling is one of most requested projects. We use quality Italian materials, detail measurements, and unique designs to build custom made panels just for you. Take a quick view of our past projects in our gallery, or visit our site for more information .... Sincerely, The DAYORIS Custom Team
“love the 'blue' lighting” — therajus
R Brant Design
W Residences
Its Italian vintage from the 1940's. You can find some like it on 1stdibs.com
“MIRRORED CLOSET” — jamurniux
2 Reviews
Herson Project
This is an Italian company we use called Skema. Please let me know if you have additional questions at elewis@cantoni.com
“Level of Windows from Floor/Ceiling Distances” — gazzosa
Contemporary Bathroom
Thank you very much! The floor and wall tiles are from Walker Zanger. They come in many sizes and colors. The tiles are italian porcelain and are super durable low maintenance. The walls are painted from Benjamin Moore Paints from the Grey pallet and there is lots to pick from. Thanks again for the feedback
“faucet” — mcdiver
Gary Lee Partners
6 N Michigan Avenue : 2 Bedroom Apartment
These units used 3/4" granite or quartz counter tops and 12” x 24” honed-finish Italian porcelain tile on floor and full-height tub surround. I don't have the specific manufacturer nor the color information available at this time.
“Faucet” — Cathy Iconis
Christine Darnell Gardens
Vegetable Garden
It is an Espalier apple tree. Which can now be purchased in the Espalier design. An Italian word which means "something to rest the shoulder on" Plant your tree in full sun 6/8 hour a day in well drained soil, on an east or west facing wall
“logs” — Ronnie
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Guest Room
Did you Italian stringing to tie these back? Donna
“Pleats in curtain” — ladygreen1
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