Bathrooms, Floors, Walls, Lighting, Fixitures, Doors and Lime painting

Bathrooms are Special Rooms that deserve Special Attention.

Our objective is always to create a spece which is functional and beautiful. Simple but effective décor, spacious showers and a rustic mix of natural hues reflect the Umbrian-Tuscan style where the prevailing theme is comfort and relaxed elegance.

To ensure the ideal mood of the rustic Italian style we choose earth tone colors like ochre, terracotta and soothing greige.

Surfaces are natural, earthy materials, generally matte or distressed, rather than sleek and shiny in appearance. and countertops might feature matte stone like natural travertine rather than gleaming marble, continuing the down-to-earth, relaxing aesthetic.

Floors are usually in Traditional Terracotta tile or tiles in sandy, natural colors.

Hand-painted or distressed finishes on wood furniture add character to the feel. For the walls, we prefer to focus on one tone of the typical color palette where soft, natural earth tones prevail.

When it comes to surfaces in Tuscan bathrooms, the natural, earthy theme continues. Hand made terracotta tiles are often featured for floors, backsplashes, and shower tiling. Countertops and sinks may feature natural stone or granite in earth tones and matte finishes.

For the lighting scheme in the bathroom, we choose a mix of task and decorative lighting, with task lighting illuminating the shower and sink areas, and decorative lights placed strategically in feature locations.

Fixtures like faucets and showerheads are all made in Italy with a traditional look.

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Doors… an Invention as simple as it is Functional and Exciting.

Yes, exciting because, although they may seem more of a practicality rather than a decorative item, in reality a door can radically transform the style of the whole room. There are all types of doors: swing, sliding, barn door… and each model can be reproduced in many styles. Given all the variations, are we really sure we can consider them as secondary furnishings?

We aim to seek out the finest quality products, taking into account the latest in technology, coupled with the traditional aesthetics of the Italian artisans.

The many styles of doors that  depend on location, use and time of production.

Hardware is an essential element in defining the door. We choose Italian made hardware, produced with traditional methods, preferably with bronzed matte finishes, to ensure we obtain a unique and original product.

The Etruscans knew the extraordinary qualities of the handmade terracotta

The art of producing it has defied time, giving us through the centuries unique shapes and colors, such as to mark and profoundly shape the Umbrian and Tuscan landscape.

In keeping with this ancient
tradition, therefore, the manufacture follows ancient procedures that imprint a sign of simple and natural elegance and give a home a warmth that no other industrial artifact can give.

This product also guarantees great resistance qualities

That derive precisely from the stages of processing that the raw material, the clay, undergoes. It is kneaded to make the brick porous.

It is then dried at length before and going in an oven at more than 1000° C making the cotto tiles impervious to frost and heat. More and more nowadays, the decision to decorate your home with handmade terracotta is a matter of taste and class.

To prefer bricks made one by one, means preferring the warmth and uniqueness of tradition.

Cotto floors are primary laid using “pianelle”.

A full rectangular brick of 15×30 used in historical contexts for ceilings and floors mainly in Central Italy. In Tuscany they are also called “campigiana” or “mezzana” because their depth is half a brick.

In ceilings the use of pianelle together with wood beams is the traditional look of historical homes which convey not only an extraordinary scenic effect, but also a warm, welcoming room, full of personality.

Lime painting is an Ancient Practice and is able to replace traditional paint for painting walls.

Its advantage is that, unlike traditional paint, lime does not possess any toxic components in its composition. The regular off-the-shelf paint is composed of binders, glues and petrochemical pigments that are harmful to health.

Lime paint instead is made of lime, natural earth, borax and casein. The walls painted with this material are ultimately more resistant to the formation of mold, because lime is a very alkaline substance. The coverage is excellent and the paint is extremely breathable and is suitable for brick walls, common plasters and natural stone.

Benefits for the environment: to produce lime we need less energy compared to that required for the production of traditional binders. Furthermore the lime cycle absorbs 100% of the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere during the conversion of calcium oxide into calcium.

Health benefits: in lime paint there are no heavy petrochemical components and solvents that are harmful to our lungs and nervous system.

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