It's, of course, not really *our* house, it's just the one we were lucky enough to rent for a week.
We've been home now for five days, school has started and routines are starting up again. But I can't stop thinking about our lil' Italian Staycation, and I still have lots of post.
I wanted to share some images I snapped right as we arrived, before there were wet towels dropped on the floor, crumbs on the counter or wasps swarming the patio.
The property is super, duper funky. There is the main house with a living area and two bedrooms. Next door is a converted carriage house with four more rooms for sleeping.
I love the long farm table and all the random artifacts adorning every un-upholstered surface. ;)
A room in the carriage house with these great profiles that were painted by a local artist (or so I'm told).
I wish I took more pictures of all the interesting objects. Here is a beautiful floral piece, originally from a phonograph, resting on a nightstand below a Mucha poster.
The converted carriage house - or at least, that's what I'm guessing it is. There is a row of French doors that look to be placed exactly where carriage doors might once have been. Corrugated metal roofs make me smile.
More art - a giant cricket!
The view from the pool area, looking up some Romanesque stairs to the main house.
The best angle to view the pool....