Look inside a bohemian house in Tuscany

Bohemian house in Tuscany-Ethnic Chic

Recently we spotted an article on the New York Times about an ancient Tuscan farm that’s turned into a magical bohemian home. A boho interior style with Italian twist; you don’t want to miss this!

Olive groves and boho roses

The typical Tuscan coloured farm, surrounded by olive groves and bohemian roses feels like a dream already. Painter Fiona Corsini di San Giuliano, her husband and their six kids now live at this great property in Tuscany with an interior full of personal stories.

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This farm is build in the 16th century and is ideally located; overlooking Florence. Can’t wait to show you more!

Bohemian house in Tuscany-Ethnic Chic

Bohemian house in Tuscany-Ethnic Chic

With Character

After a reconstruction, the history of the farm is still breathing in the architecture of the house. The beams and fresco work on the walls give the rooms that special character. Together with all different objects, patterns and materials it’s a great personal ambiance.

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Isn’t this a perfect house, with a perfect atmosphere? Nothing beats a house with personal items, special art and unique objects that reveal the character of the people who are living there. Interested in more? Read the full article on the New York Times.

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Credits: New York Times
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