An international couple's longing for sun and warmth leads them to the isle of Capri, where they decorate their 19th-century home with a dreamy palette of blue, white and gray.
A 19th-century villa on the Italian island of Capri, which was decorated by Swiss designer Jorge Cañete for a Geneva-based family.
The living room sofas by Arketipo are upholstered in a fabric by Gastón y Daniela, the cocktail table is by Mogg, the marble fountain is from the 18th century, and the custom-made rug is by De Dimora.
Antique Italian mirrors hang above consoles by Conde House in the living room; the slipper chairs are by Creazioni, and the antique tile flooring is original to the house.
On the terrace, the sectional sofa is by Gervasoni, the love seat is by Casamilano, the cocktail table is by Boca do Lobo, and the side tables are by Arketipo.
The pool area's chaise longues and table are by Gervasoni.
Chairs by Boca do Lobo surround a dining table by Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia, the floor lamps are by Casamilano, and the custom-made ceiling fixture is by Art et Floritude.
A sitting area holds armchairs by Arketipo with cushions in a Romo fabric and a lamp by Mogg.
Armchairs and a table by Gervasoni on a terrace.
The entrance features a painting by Philippa Smith and an antique Murano glass chandelier.
A guest room's chairs, cocktail table, and door-shaped mirror are all by Casamilano, and the desk is by e15; the laser cut–steel wall panels are by Caino Design, and the rug is by De Dimora.
An installation of porcelain roses by Art et Floritude in a guest room; the marble tub is antique, and the floor is paved with travertine tiles.
A garden walkway offers a view of the Mediterranean Sea.
Originally published in SiwebATION Germany, this story also appeared in the January/February issue of Siweb. Learn more about the house here.