Check out the beautiful architecture from one of the most traveled-to cities in the world… Rome.
With this wondrous city being a major tourist attraction and inhabited by millions of residents, space here, of course, is at a premium. (About $5,000 a month for something really nice…)
If you love art, this is the place to live. As a neighborhood, Piazza Navona’s atmosphere is full of artistry, small boutiques, restaurants and bars, street cafes, and a mix of all age groups. The beauty in architecture refreshes the eye.
Images: www.rome-accom.com and marilyngelfandphoto.com
The romantic settings of the hit movie Eat, Pray, Love are inspiring alone, but some of the interiors we found simply breath-taking, especially the Rome apartment which the main character lived in. This actual space was used for filming the indoor scenes.
Liz’s apartment in the heart of Rome has 20-foot-high ceilings, a cream palette, and oversize windows that draw in the light of the city. The ornate chandelier was original to the space, as was the scaffolding, which had to be written into the script. It holds up the ceiling, Liz’s landlady quips.
More spaces we found beautiful from the movie:
Top photo: Francois Duhamel
Article via: Elle Decor
Center photo: online.wsj.com
Bottom: LA Times blogs