Creating a Home Away from Home: Cicero Restaurant, Rome

Creating a Home Away from Home: Cicero Restaurant, Rome

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Carrie McBride
Jun 11, 2014
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Project by: Tommaso Guerra
Location: Rome, Italy

My favorite restaurants not only have delicious food, but decor that inspires or harkens back to the comforts of home. Like hotels and shops, restaurants are a great place from which to draw decor inspiration for your own home: Cicero, in Rome, is a perfect example.

Designer Tommaso Guerra shared his latest project with us - a bistro in Rome's Prati district. He calls the Nordic-inspired space filled with light woods and pastels a "marriage between nature and serenity"

"Enjoying lunch as in a forest, between wood birds houses"
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"Sitting under a large mid-air nest"
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An unexpected table leg.
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This gallery wall reminds one of home.
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A band of pastel blue paint across a home-like kitchen counter.
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A framed puzzle.
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Thanks, Tommaso! Readers to see more of Cicero and Tommaso's work visit his website.

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