We have a style crush on Italian firm b-arch, headed by Prato-based Sabrina Bignami and Alessandro Capellaro; the duo creates projects featuring a mix of vintage (rustic marble sinks, leather trunks) and modern elements (Vola faucets, midcentury lights), as in this family house in Prato.
To see more of the firm's work, go to b-arch.
Above: An all white kitchen with white Vola faucet.
Above: Vintage pieces contrast with the sleek Saarinen dining set.
Above: A bottle lamp by Martin Margiela (see our DIY: Maison Martin Margiela Bottle Lamps post).
Above: A rope stair rail (see more at 10 Favorite: Simple Rope Stair Rails).
Above: The stairway is cleverly illuminated by niche lighting.
Above: A half-painted wall creates a headboard effect in a guest bedroom/study.
Above: A pink Panton chair in a girl's study area.
Above: A recessed bed in in girl's bedroom.
Above: A trio of ceramic lights in the master bedroom.
Above: The architects hewed to an all-white palette throughout the house.
Above: A vintage grain sack and a metal filing cabinet add an unexpected note in the master bath.
Above: A reclaimed vintage marble sink adds a note of rusticity.
Above: A vintage leather trunk serves as a table in the bathroom.
Above: A laundry room with curtained sink.