Three Rome homes with an artistic side
The Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum – Rome is filled with character and culture. The same is true of our homes, so we decided to take a sneak peek at the art in three of our favourites.
An eye-catching oil painting is the centrepiece of Piazza Margana. Moving through the halls, you’ll find gilt furnishings and silk curtains, as well as a collection of sculptures and portraits.
A classical bust sits in pride of place among the wooden fittings in Via della Scala’s sitting room. It’s one of many striking pieces in this elegant home – you’ll find large canvases and discerningly-chosen ornaments any way you look.
The Renaissance painter Raphael once lived in Via di San Francesco di Sales, so it’s no surprise that this centuries-old home still has an artistic streak. The sitting room is a skillful blend of classic and contemporary artworks – most notably a giant tapestry, surrounded by stark modern furnishings.
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