ITALIAN INTERIORS | The charme of a Masseria in Apulia

by Elisabetta Rizzato


Do not know about your place, but here it was the very first weekend with sun and a warmer weather.  It was even my first weekend of the year to the seaside (just for a walk!) and yes now I just start thinking about summer….SO I feel to start the week on the blog going virtually back in Apulia ♥

Let’s start the week with something really beautiful: a charming masseria design in the olive trees.

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 Masseria Moroseta was designed Andrew Trotter with a clean and minimal design, rustic at the same time.

The original building was converted into a guesthouse with six rooms, in total respect for the historical building. The masseria offers the guests an authentic experience of relax in the Apulian countryside and the interior design is the translation of this concept.

In fact, interiors have a minimalist aesthetic and a refined elegance, with a very few new furnishings in natural wood and white, very few decorative elements (very nice for example the headboard in patterned tiles), everything in perfect balance with the old building.

Dreaming of going here!

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Non so da voi, ma qui finalmente è stato il primo weekend con sole e clima un po’ più mite. Abbiamo addirittura fatto un primo giro al mare, certo solo una passeggiata in spiaggia ma questo significa che l’inverno finalmente sta finendo! Il pensiero ora va diretto all’estate e oggi mi sento di iniziare la settimana proprio tornando virtualmente in Puglia.

Cominciamo con qualcosa di davvero bello: una splendida masseria immersa tra gli ulivi.

 Masseria Moroseta è stata restaurata da Andrew Trotter con un design che è allo stesso tempo rustico e minimale.

L’edificio è stato trasformato in una guesthouse con sei stanze in tutto, nel totale rispetto dell’esistente. La masseria infatti offre ai proprio ospiti un’esperienza autentica di relax e immersione nelle campagne pugliesi e il design degli interni è la traduzione di questo concept.

Eleganza minimale con pochi arredi in legno naturale e bianco, pochissimi elementi decorativi (molto bello ad esempio il testaletto in piastrelle a motivi geometrici), il tutto per valorizzare al massimo l’edificio esistente.

Un sogno!

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