Tuesday, February 18, 2014

A Small and Stylish Bachelor Pad in Milan

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I love it all. I see a few of my favourite classical pieces like Bertoia and Eames.  I always swoon over the clean look of subway tiles in a kitchen. Add in those enviable copper pots and the cutest little seating area, and I want to move in! The pop of colour and graphic element from that striped rug is perfection.  Of course, the art throughout, the architecture, the natural light and wow, I could go on and on! It’s only approximately 800 square feet too, but you would never know. Love it! xx

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37 comments :

  1. Wow, what a stylish bachelor pad indeed! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. 800 square feet but a 6-burner stove ... OK, I could live there! One of the biggest detractors for me about living in a small space is they typically result in such a teeny tiny kitchen that zero cooking could actually take place. And the glass behind the stove functioning as a back splash, that certainly has me thinking. I love his style and that orange graphic rug.

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  3. Fabulous use of space! So cool and stylish!

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  4. Loooooove it! It makes me want to go home and subway tile my entire kitchen, floor to ceiling, immediately!

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  5. I'm with ya here, Stacey! I too love a clean kitchen space, lots of light, and I ADORE the horse sculptures! Thank you for always sweeping me away ! Anita

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  6. It's so efficient. The thought of a small, uncluttered place is so appealing.

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  7. It's great Stacey, I was thinking to myself as I looked through it that it was not cluttered and had lots of simple touches like the subway tile and natural stone in the kitchen which I love, and yet still so much great personality and style. It's perfect!

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  8. What a cool space - I could totally live there!

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  9. Great find Stacey! Italians know how to make things look sexy cool and uniquely combined (modern and old together) ... Milan is tempting ... Such cool city.
    Xo z

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  10. Just had to leave a comment, I saw your feature on Design Sponge, beautiful closet turned office.Plus, I love seeing a local and fellow military wife blogging about design!
    Congrats on the feature and love your blog, I'll definitely be back!
    Griffin

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  11. You always find the most chic spaces to post. I am in love with the lower open shelving.

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  12. love this Stacie! so many iconic MCM pieces that I dream of collecting. Hope all is well, have a great weekend! xo Nancy

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  13. Wowsers, this bachelor's got MAD style in spades! Love how organized he is, right down to that triple decker closet! Ingenious! Those pops of tangerine are perfect for such a minimal space...Totally pinning!

    Awesome, thanks for sharing and have an amazing weekend!

    xo-Julie
    Peace. Love. LOL!

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  14. Love it all!! It is so elegant and manly!!
    xo,
    Ozana

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  15. That is some bachelor pad!
    Amazing use of such a small space, and I too, love those tiles.

    I hope you've had a wonderful weekend, my friend, and I wish you a great week ahead. xo.

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  16. That carpet is one awesome statement carpet! I also adore the table with the bulldog legs!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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