Room etiquette | Elle Interior

Does the house follow any rules? Words to Samuel Briatore And Francesca Martinellithe authors of the book just published Room etiquette. “It was 1967 then Colette Rossellibetter known by many as Letizia womanpublic The house’s big book with the publisher Curcio, whose introduction was edited by her husband, Indro Montanelliwho defined the house as a training ground for taste, an expression of personality, a search for harmonyAfter entrance with the many definitions of home – “The home is precisely the place where our ideas can be realized, where people can place their lives in a time and in a space, the home today is the environment where we can leave a. role of wearing the authentic dress “-, volume published by Artemide Editions it connects modern lifestyle with good manners. Traditional etiquette – in which the author Samuele Briatore is an expert – refreshes if it is associated with the concept of home. trends. Anyway, tendency not quite the right word.

Room etiquette

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Room etiquette

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The house of the good manners – if we can say it – he does not exhibit or shine in fashion. On the contrary, it is part of a personal and identity narrative, which first and foremost has the personal taste on its side. Seen under this magnifying glass, the house does not allow any power and gives a deep sense of the concept of authenticity. So the architect wanted it? No. That was what I wanted. On a path that winds space after room – in a slow domestic walk that begins in the corridor, crosses the bathroom, living room, bedroom and ends in the kitchen – the environments get extremely modern readings and give back to some areas to live the lost authority and definitely free others from the standards. Human relationships become domestic artifacts: immovable and no longer invisible pillars of life. Shapes, colors and materials furnish, yes, but they are also useful tools for building a story called “living”.

Room etiquette

Artemide Editions

Room etiquette

Artemide Editions

In the story, the pen from Francesca Martinelli – the founder of HOOMS, the modern brand dedicated to staging and interior design, focuses on aesthetics and functionality. “It is important, if not fundamental, to rethink our home and space by finding new solutions related to the season of life we ​​experience: my interior design philosophy rediscovers a friendly home, a fully living space that surrounds us with intentions, remember the beauty in the welcome and good manners that our grandparents have wisely given us.It is through the studio that we can redesign the rooms to new world, spaces that make our environments more habitable, welcoming and functional by virtue of the great changes that are taking place. “Changes that begin with the joy of thinking of the house as if it were a blank sheet to be filled with a personal drawing that knows character and taste The author learns: each room must have a focal point, something interesting and beautiful to observe; a colored palette ready to tell something private; hospitable and friendly corners; bright spots like emotional flags. book, a tip rather than everything stimulates the desire to make your home a space where good manners also live: “Allow yourself to be creative. Allow yourself to be creative. “

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Room etiquette

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