Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
When modern design is juxtaposed with rustic architecture, the results can be truly majestic. Explore four luxury homes for sale whose history and unfinished attributes are contrasted with modern interior design.
Price Upon Request | Verona, Italy | Milan Sotheby’s International Realty
Built in the 1800s, Villa Fontana overlooks Garda Lake in Bardolino. The villa was completely renovated while maintaining and enhancing the original materials including exposed stone, beams and iron. Modern elements are infused throughout with chandeliers, appliances and glass.
670.000 € EUR | Gozo, Malta | Malta Sotheby’s International Realty
Originally built by the Knights of St. John, Fort Chambray combines impressive history with new age luxury. The exterior maintains the original façade which is contrasted by the interior, boasting bold modern design and contemporary furniture and fixtures.
$1,395,000 USD | Townsend, Washington | Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty
Nestled at the end of a long driveway, this equestrian estate offers a rustic blend of rough-hewn and contemporary style. The exposed beams and wood paneled ceilings are balanced with bright and bold patterned textiles, furniture and lighting.
$5,150,000 USD | Newport, Rhode Island | Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty
This 1890’s award-winning stone carriage house was restored using design elements and recycled materials to enhance the existing space. White cabinetry and stainless appliances offset the exposed brick and wood architecture in the kitchen and dining area.
POSTED IN ART & DESIGN / TAGGED Malta, Rhode Island, Washington / Leave a Comment
I simply adore this article, mostly because I am head over heels in love with rustic chic themed interiors.. There’s just something about the sight of a shabby luxurious rug set against pale wood that just sets my heart a flutter. Elegant, classic and ornate are the three words that best summarise my house, and it’s fantastic to read an article that not only agrees with my design choices but also proves just how fabulous they are! I think I am just completely in love with the Rhode Island property – something about the combination of wood and brick just looks so inviting yet effortlessly stylish – I think I could die happy if I lived somewhere like this. ( Just as a tip for a fellow rustic design lover, I would recommend checking out Swanky Interiors for their niche pieces – I think you’d like them). Keep up the fabulous articles and even more fabulous interior designing.
May 3, 2017
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