Beautiful 19th century Tuscan farmhouse renovated with hollow terra-cotta bricks
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This 19th century home near the picturesque city of Lucca was restored to adapt to both, a new owner and modern times. While the Matraia stone exteriors were left untouched -- apart from the addition of steel fixtures -- its interiors were respectfully updated. The white walls, covered in a natural lime-based plaster applied with spatulas and sponges, make the interiors shine and highlight the irregular rocky surface underneath. Related: Spectacular luxury treehouses in Tuscany let you sleep...