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Palazzo Nuovo
Palazzo Nuovo

Palazzo Nuovo

Set over two floors featuring two contrasting styles, this converted Venetian canal-side palazzo doesn’t forget its palatial heritage. Fine craftsmanship, opulent textiles and rich colour highlights unite a scheme that has its feet in the past but rises to the challenge of modern living on its upper floors.

Dining Room

A mural (or wallpaper would be equally effective) provides the perfect background for this relatively sparsely furnished yet grand dining room, where the beauty of individual pieces is allowed to come to the fore. A round dining table illuminated by a candle chandelier overhead creates an intimate spot for a formal dinner party.

A mural (or wallpaper would be equally effective) provides the perfect background for this relatively sparsely furnished yet grand dining room, where the beauty of individual pieces is allowed to come to the fore. A round dining table illuminated by a candle chandelier overhead creates an intimate spot for a formal dinner party.


Guest Bedroom

A darker colour scheme in a bedroom can be both sophisticated and inviting. Modern bedrooms are all about texture, so use sumptuous fabrics - faux fur, woven alpaca, beautifully figured embroidery - and gold accents from side tables and bedside lamps, to lift it from the sombre to the sublime.


Family Room

On the upper floors, where full height windows allow light to flood in, there is a distinct change of mood. The pops of Venetian Red and classic forms used in the contemporary family sitting room give a nod to the heritage of the house, whilst modern materials and a resolutely neutral base place it firmly in the 21st century.

On the upper floors, where full height windows allow light to flood in, there is a distinct change of mood. The pops of Venetian Red and classic forms used in the contemporary family sitting room give a nod to the heritage of the house, whilst modern materials and a resolutely neutral base place it firmly in the 21st century.


Family Dining Room

The decoration in this large family dining room is kept simple and elegant with a predominantly white colour scheme that makes the most of the abundant natural light. The bust and the pictures on the wall reference the city’s past, and the pretty printed linen on the dining chairs introduces a subtle note of colour.


Master Bedroom

The master bedroom also offers an irresistible combination of old and new: the traditional four-poster and end tables are embellished with decorative stud-work, whilst the appliquéd curtains and embroidered cushions are rendered in contemporary neutral fabrics. With a stripped back colour palette, texture comes to the fore in the form of beautiful cotton sheets, faux fur and sheepskin rugs.

The master bedroom also offers an irresistible combination of old and new: the traditional four-poster and end tables are embellished with decorative stud-work, whilst the appliquéd curtains and embroidered cushions are rendered in contemporary neutral fabrics. With a stripped back colour palette, texture comes to the fore in the form of beautiful cotton sheets, faux fur and sheepskin rugs.