Flawless Fornasetti

Oh, how I love the Milan home of Barnaba Fornasetti – a true living tribute to the Fornasetti style, with every square inch decorated with furniture, wallpaper, and decorative objects from the line. Barnaba is the creative director of the eponymous design atelier founded by his legendary father, Piero. You may recognize the iconic face that adorns their collection of porcelain wares. I, for one, have been dying to own a set of Fornasetti vases for our new home. Mi piace!

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(via Elle Decor)

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  1. Paty wrote:

    I love your blog!
    I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:

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    5.23.13
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  2. Oh my goodness this is absolute perfection! Those faces are so so cool!
    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
    http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com

    5.23.13
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  3. Denisa wrote:

    Nice and interesting.

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    5.23.13
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  4. Mira wrote:

    It’s a dream come true. I want a wall with mirrors too 😀

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    XX

    glamdevils

    5.23.13
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  5. Radka wrote:

    Lovely interior 🙂

    Best wishes,
    Radka from http://www.flowerofpassions.blogspot.com

    5.23.13
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  6. Oh my, that mirror wall is stunning!

    http://www.asparklyhanger.blogspot.ro/

    5.23.13
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  7. STEL STYLE wrote:

    the last picture style is really nice, my favourite thing is the wall decoration!

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    5.23.13
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  8. Kara wrote:

    Please check out my Etsy store! It would mean so much to me <3
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    5.23.13
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  9. Jamie wrote:

    Interesting! Not sure I could live with all of those faces but I’m definitely a fan of the mirrors!

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    5.23.13
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  10. little too much for me but I see the art

    http://pilisstyle.blogspot.com/

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  11. Rachelle wrote:

    Very interesting, love the wall with the mirrors.

    xo
    http://pinksole.com

    5.23.13
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  12. people’s creativity never ceases to amaze me
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    5.23.13
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  13. Jaeger wrote:

    those pots with the faces are creepy as hell haha

    http://youngandimpressionablee.blogspot.com.au/
    xx

    5.23.13
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  14. Jocelina wrote:

    Too eccentric for my taste. Would be a great place to visit as an exhibition or so lol

    xx Jocelina

    http://www.pinkchocolatebreak.com

    5.24.13
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  15. namrata wrote:

    These are all so pretty!

    Namrata
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in

    5.24.13
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  16. Love the mirror wall! But…aaaah! that face pottery is scary!

    But also, I love this blog and read it every day. xo.

    5.24.13
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  17. Nancy wrote:

    I love the mirrors and the wallpaper behind them.

    5.24.13
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  18. Oh how I LOVE Fornasetti, all of it! I’m planning a Fornasetti-inspired bathroom restyle this Summer. I’ll cover it on my blog, of course theyearoflivingfabulously.com -Marie Vlasic

    5.24.13
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  19. Michele wrote:

    Those faces on the white items, WOW, super great!, thanks.

    5.26.13
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  20. Anne wrote:

    I just love the mirror in the first photo.

    Anne Bourne @ StagingWorks

    5.26.13
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  21. When I worked for Perry Ellis. Patricia Pastor designed a Fornasetti collection. I wish I would have keep some of the pieces. Great post.

    5.26.13
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  22. Shelley wrote:

    So surreal! I love those mirrors and all the face vessels!
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthChildArt?ref=si_shop

    5.27.13
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  23. This article made my day! Really elegant decorations. Make sure you have thoroughly cleaned your house before decorating it.

    6.5.13
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  24. Brenda Rosenberg wrote:

    Fabulous, I’d love to find one of those heads. Have you found the drunken monkeys wallpaper anyone?

    8.17.17
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  25. HOW TO EXPLAIN YOUR ART IS DIFFERENT AND BEAUTIFUL ….

    6.4.18
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