2,742 italianate Living Room Design Photos

Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Breakfast Nook
modenr italian. missoni pillows, fornasetti plates
A series of plates adds to the distinctly modern Italian style of this room, which includes glamorous mosaic tile and a signature chevron Missoni print pillow. Learn how to hang your own plate collection
“the wall art” — pamwhitlock
Chris Barrett Design
5 Reviews
Fisher Street Residence
plays beautifully with a midpile shag rug, a midcentury-inspired arc lamp and a Danish modern coffee table. But the kicker has to be the gorgeous Italian cane chairs upholstered in a bright sea-foam green. Together with the brightly colored pillows, they create a beachy, relaxed feel in this Los Angeles
“chairs” — turboman49
Isler Homes
1 Review
Living spaces
interior-family room/Italian Renaissance meets Spanish Eclectic
The chunky and ornate gold candlesticks here are a perfect reference to the design origins of this stunning 1930s Italian Renaissance–style home in Dallas.I love the fact that the candlesticks, which theoretically are really too big for this mantel, push the limits of scale and proportion in a way that
“chairs” — gbandow
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
Italian country style
Italian living
“Leather chair” — sophiewk
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Wicker Park Residence
This Wicker Park property consists of two buildings, an Italianate mansion (1879) and a Second Empire coach house (1893). Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property has been carefully restored as a single family residence. Exterior work includes new roofs, windows, doors, and porches
“moulding” — tankboots
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
living room
renovation. Artwork from various Chilean contemporary painters — such as Roberto Matta, Nemesio Antúnez and Sammy Benmayor — adorn the walls. Couch: Italian leather; rug: antique; adjustable side tables: Eileen Gray
“Love the material and color combination” — vasconj
Anthony Baratta LLC
3. Color. Red, yellow and blue are colors that often run strongly through the Italian palette. These colors were also adopted by the Memphis Group — a group of Milan-based designers with a postmodernist aesthetic led by Ettore Sottsass
“Chair” — jyotibohra
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Study: Brian Del Toro Inc.
Toro's father. "This is my first show house, so it's my way of being sentimental," he says. The room has a mix of midcentury and classic furniture. The Italian parchment chairs are from the 1960s.See more amazing rooms from the event:Rooms Delight at 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House
“Office” — 9882gjt
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