Old World Style At It's Very Best! A Restored 15th Century Tuscan Villa

Zentique sells two really fabulous reclaimed tables that would fit into any primitive styled decor. The Le Havre Dining Table is made from reclaimed elm wood. It measures W98.5 x H30 x D35.5 (inches), and sells for $2,949.00. The Nantes Dining Table is also made from recycled elm wood, and sells for 1,825.28.

It is not too often that you see a restored 15th century home in such beautiful condition like the Villa Santa Lucia villa located in Italy.  This is a lovingly restored, 15th century Italian country home has with a charming old world Tuscan appeal. Conca d’Oro is within walking distance of the charming village of Panzano in Chianti. With it's breathtaking views, old styled garden with ancient vineyards and olive trees, this place is a step back in time. It’s also an easy drive to one of the most beautiful places in Italy- Florence. The villa has two bedrooms with private bathrooms and a large living room with fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen. The old world charm of Tuscan style can be seen in the beautiful painted wall finishes through out the home. Borrow some ideas from this old world country home for your decorating schemes.

Tuscan Italian Looks -Beautiful Old World Decorating Ideas

Tuscan Italian Looks -Beautiful Old World Decorating Ideas

Tuscan Italian Looks -Beautiful Old World Decorating Ideas

Tuscan Italian Looks -Beautiful Old World Decorating Ideas

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