How To Instill Chic Italian Style Into Your Home

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Whether it’s a chic apartment on the Amalfi coast or a quaint countryside villa in Tuscany, Italian decor is infused with charm and rugged romanticism that you can easily reflect into your own space, courtesy of Brunello Cucinelli. 

Balancing the rustic with the elegant, Brunello Cucinelli’s latest SS20 homeware and lifestyle collection calls for a minimalist take on Italian style with earthy tones that evoke warmth and laid-back bohemian shapes that promise to bring the outdoors in. Working with natural materials and traditional techniques, the pieces are an exquisite display of craft; from Umbrian pottery to soft yarns woven by artisans and Murano glass creations. 

For the kitchen and dining areas, the beating heart of the home, there are wooden chopping boards outlined in matte marble; light linens made to decorate the table during long summer evenings; and handcrafted ceramics shaped with textures and lines that mirror nature’s imperfect irregularity — each piece a unique treasure made to loved and used endlessly. 

Brunello Cucinelli Home & Lifestyle

Brunello Cucinelli Home & Lifestyle

The kitchenware offers a modern take on traditional Italian dining and instantly transports us to a sun-soaked terrace where endless dishes are shared between friends. The designs also offer a touch of boho-chic, as Italy meets Bali with accessories to create cosy nooks and wooden textures reminiscent of island life — enhanced with an elegant edge that brings us back to the Mediterranean. 

Brunello Cucinelli’s SS20 lifestyle line-up is also imbued with soft comforts that help to create a natural haven to sit back and unwind in. From sumptuous blankets to cushions crafted in cotton knits and printed linens; the finishing touches that truly make a home. Mixing traditional Italian craft with modern aesthetics that mirror indoor-outdoor living, this interiors collection is bursting with warm minimalism that is made to be lived in. 

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