An Abundance of Art in an Italian Apartment

published Jul 8, 2016
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Name: Veronica
Location: Vicenza, Italy

Hi! I’m Veronica! I’ve lived with my husband Giuseppe and our cat Spulcy in our rented apartment for almost ten years. Our home is located in the heart of Vicenza, a city in Palladio in the north of Italy.

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I’m a designer in an artisanal leather factory and a visual artist. Giuseppe is a teacher of graphic design and an artist as well.

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Our style is eclectic, a little boho, and we love to customize our furniture and walls. There are a lot of souvenirs of our travels and artwork from artists we love and some of our own. We found things at flea markets and we recycle old stuff from friends and relatives.

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The kitchen was very ugly, so we tried to make it better with red polka dots (plastic paper saved us!!)

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The living room is the most lived in place because it is also a sort of studio. I really, really suffer of horror vacui! In the bedroom there is an unfinished mural by Giuseppe.

Thanks, Veronica!

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