Inspiring Interiors

Yeah, I could live there.


Yeah, I could live there is a D16 feature wherein I post pictures of homes I want to break into, kick out the inhabitants and move in. In this special Saturday edition, we’re visiting a home in Milan designed by Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio.

First, the kitchen. Oh my. That tile! And the shade of gray on wall is just perfection. Who has a kitchen that big? I could just live in the kitchen and be fine.


What do you think that wall color is? And how badly do you want those herringbone floors? Ridiculous. Even the exposed pipes are beautiful.


Is that a bathtub the living room? Or is it a bathroom with a living room in it? Who knows! I wonder what that floor is made out of. Stained and polished concrete, maybe. Sigh…the dusty pink velvet chairs…sigh…sigh.


It’s worth mentioning that the photography here is amazing, too. This bathroom could easily look like a depressing tenement bathroom from the 1930s, but…well, actually, it does look like a depressing tenement bathroom from the 1930s, but in a very beautiful way. Without the typhoid fever.


And finally, this bedroom. The moldings are phenomenal, aren’t they? The pink coverlet and the yellow chair look incredible together—I love this entire color palette. So soft and warm and cozy. You can see more of this amazing home on Dimore Studio’s website.

Happy Saturday!

All photos via Dimore Studio, Milano.

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  • Reply Clare August 1, 2015 at 7:05 pm

    Those mouldings and the ceiling heights are absolutely lovely – the kitchen is the best bit, with those tiles and furnishings.

  • Reply madie August 1, 2015 at 11:05 pm

    I have loved that kitchen for a very long time! I can’t say I am surprised that the whole house/apartment looks so fabulous. Thank you for giving me a tour of this whole place…everything is beautiful in a very unconventional way.

  • Reply Kiki August 2, 2015 at 11:11 am

    Anna, you are so awesome, seeing you appreciate interiors makes me 100% joyous that you released your beautiful home in Newburgh to a lucky someone so that there will be room for you to explore new things. You have a great eye, and a big heart and I am excited to see whatever you’re going to do next!

  • Reply Sarah August 2, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Sanitarium chic!

  • Reply vinti August 2, 2015 at 2:42 pm

    Great vintage/retro design – would directly move in! 🙂

  • Reply sarah August 3, 2015 at 9:38 am

    love the dimore studio website too.

  • Reply Kim // Yellow Brick Home August 4, 2015 at 10:12 am

    Those blush chairs and those dark green/teal walls have been an inspiration of mine for a while! I refer to that photo constantly, especially as we just had a chair reupholstered and are debating on whether or not to paint the walls AGAIN. Little did I know, the whole home is just stunning.

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