Antique ruins, a striped-silk canopy, a colonnade and moldings… the trompe-l’oeil decor in Roberto Peregalli’s Milan apartment acknowledges the personal influence of Renzo Mongiardino, a decorator with a passion for nostalgic style. Combining with Roman statuary, architectural models and theological pictures, the paint work adds another layer of theatricality to an interior already richly suggestive of past lives.
Sweden circa 1920 pair of leather tufted Chesterfield arm chairs (AX95) ,Italy circa 1780 bibliotech in walnut from Tuscany (UK18) France circa 1860 extension table in cherry wood on tapered legs with spade feet (AY97) France circa 1900 set of 6 leather and wood dining chairs (AW248)
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