Old buildings

Refurbishing a small room in an old Italian building, part of the historic town of Arezzo (Tuscany, Italy). Arezzo is an ancient city dating back to the Etruscan times (pre-Roman).

The project is still in progress and I’m really excited about it, even if it’s a small space.

It’s destined to become a utility/laundry room, although I’m already thinking it would be a nice background for art shooting… and I have some ideas for details and decorations to be done later.

The main house dates back to the medieval times so I would like to include period and old style touches, like antique tiles for the tiny window sill.

2 thoughts on “Old buildings

  1. Julia says:

    How beautiful! I love houses where you can still see the stones (I can imagine that they are a little hard to heat though? Not that this is necessary in Tuscany for most of the year …)

    • itwasjudith says:

      Thank you!
      The room is not heated anyway as it’s meant to be a utility space. It was plastered before we started the works , then I decided I liked the exposed walls better – they’re original and show the passing of time with the historic layers 🙂
      Have a lovely Sunday!

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