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Table of Contents: Italian Renaissance

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by Remodelista Team last modified Jan 19, 2015

In our 2015 trend forecast , we singled out the new Moody Minimalism coming straight from Milan: pared-down interiors that are at once gritty and glamorous, monastic and industrial, luxurious and alive. This week, we're delving into the new look (hello, Vincenzo de Cotiis). Above: Sideboard simplicity in a masseria by Alexander Waterworth Interiors; see Pastels Go Rustic in an Italian Farmhouse . Photograph by Emily Andrews . Monday Above: From Italy's best design lab, the kitchen: new architect-designed cookware that we predict will be having a ripple effect all over. Watch for today's Kitchen Accessories post. Tuesday Above: An eat-in kitchen that stands ready for all needs and occasions, chandelier included. It's Tuesday's Steal This Look . Wednesday Above: This week's 10 Easy Pieces is devoted to our countertop favorite, the olive oil decanter.  Thursday Above: To be filed under brutti ma buoni (ugly but good)? A line of modern spatterware ceramics from Apuglia has us captivated. See why in Thursday's  Tabletop & Dinnerware  spotlight. Friday   Above: At the end of the week, we'll be dropping in on Milan's chicest place to  restaurant . Psst:  Secret Gardens are this week's topic on Gardenista. More Stories from Remodelista Current Obsessions: Wintry Warmth Cult Following: Photographer Jim Franco's Ceramic Bowls Steal This Look: A Star London Chef's Kitchen





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