Good morning dear readers. Today we're heading for Greece to visit Italian interior designer Paola Navone's house. Perched on the rocks of the Cycladic island in Greece with a magnificent view of the Aegean Sea this minimalist, rustic house has only three colours, grey, white and a little brown.
No carpets or rugs in this house. As you see they have just been painted directly on the concrete floor. On this terrrace a striped "rug" was painted, fringes and all. The beds were designed by Paola. Notice a small detail: the stripes painted on the wall perfectly match the sides of the beds and the rug.
At the side she placed a huge 2 metre high terracotta urn. These urns are traditionally used for storing oil and are buried in the ground. Paola just turned it upside down to make a sort of primitive sculpture.
All images from marie claire maison.