Villa Meneghello: a free design lesson in color play

Let me ask you a question: what turns you on? Well, just think about it. For some, it’s music; for some, it’s spices or desserts; for some, a certain perfume and for the wieldy, power can be a great aphrodisiac. Color in a room stimulates my visual senses like nothing else. I find it a great therapeutic tool.

So, it comes as no surprise, that these images of Villa Meneghello, a tastefully decorated villa on the Hvar island in Croatia, has been sitting on my to-post folder for months now. What’s taken me this long when the inspiration is not so subtle, you may ask? Well, let’s just say, I didn’t find the right words to match these pictures. And now, I’ve just given up to give it the treatment it deserves through words. So, I’ll just let you enjoy the picturesque villa.

 

 

I’m ready for a game of a chess on this black and white checkered floor. How about you? The color play on the pillars doesn’t look out of place even a teeny bit; I feel it actually accentuates the casual look . The classy floral black/white bedspread adds a touch of sophistication worthy of the villa.

But, there was one big takeaway for me here and I hope you’ll agree: that there is nothing right or wrong when it comes to design, that there is beauty even in carelessly arranging pieces of mosaic. I hope you enjoyed the property as much a I did.

 

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Villa Meneghello

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