It’s pretty amazing how without even realizing it, your habits seamlessly coincide with the rest of the nation. Right now retailers are facing a crisis as millions of Americans opt not to splurge regularly on new threads but on experiences and comforts. Traveling is big with my fellow millenial generation so much so that they are forgoing traditional homes and mortgages to instead by or rent land and build mobile tiny homes so they can use what discretionary income they have to see every place on their bucket list.
My husband and I are too in a similar situation. No we’re not buying land or building a tiny home but we’re are downsizing our closets, shopping less and spending more on experiences be it a spur of the moment trip to the coast for raw bar all day happy hour or trekking to new locations. We are also looking into putting more work into our home so as not to be tempted to move and take on more overhead.
With that in mind I’ve once again been trolling the interwebs (as if I don’t regularly do this) in search of inspiration for our new, ideal living quarters. That’s where Paola Navone’s eclectic converted factory home comes into place.
Located in the heart of Milan above her work studio, this truly inspiring home of the architect and interior designer is filled with numerous small touches that sum up what it means to personalize. The moody color pallette is refreshing and airy and despite the cold concrete walls the vibe through is homey and wa