The Terra porcelain series from Marca Corona plays a key role in this boho holiday getaway in the heart of the Trastevere district in Rome, Italy. The renovation project, designed by Studio Tamat, is a jewel of refined style thanks to eccentric furnishings, pastel colors and great attention to every single detail, from the seats to chandeliers.
The home is the ideal setting for Terra cementine tiles from Marca Corona’s 1741 collection, the decorative variety and versatility of 10 different collections, resulting from research on patterns and style that in spired by the past, but which looks toward the future. The Terra series is a contemporary interpretation of cotto and concrete, which enhanced by small, geometric sizes and six tones.
In the kitchen and the living room, guests are welcomed by the modern Porzione decoration in the hexagonal shape, which was chosen to create an elegant play of geometries in chalky shades. Touches of black outline triangular designs within the hexagons, adding a one-of-a-kind touch.
Architect: Studio Tamat, Rome, Italy
Tile Supplier: Ceramiche Marca Corona S.p.a., Sassuolo, Italy (Terra collection)