Picturesque Umbria is located in the central part of Italy and in terms of the beauty of landscapes as beautiful as its more famous and hyped older brother, the Tuscany region, which is located in the neighborhood a little north. It is among the green hills of this wonderful area, near the fabulous town of Todi, that the beautiful stone villa Francisci was lost, the appearance of which embodied the best of traditional Italian provincial architecture. Inside, only the shell remained traditional – wooden ceiling beams and painted walls, while the design of the rooms was done in a modern minimalist style. The result is a very original mix of past and present. Let’s have a look
About Author:Serge Pufik is the founder and mastermind of pufikhomes.com blog. Sergiy is an economist by profession, he worked in real estate and from childhood was fond of interior magazines. Together with his wife Anna they run design studio PH Studio, managing projects in Ukraine and far beyond.
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