Ever since Masseria Moroseta opened last spring, we’ve been following their Instagram account for doses of design inspiration and the Italian countryside. The 12-acre masseria in Ostuni, Italy, is designed by architect Andrew Trotter for his friend Carlo Lanzini. (See more of the property in A Modern Masseria in Puglia with Traditional Influences.)
Breakfast at Masseria Moroseta is sourced locally and served on ceramic splatterware by two local ceramic artist brothers. We like the table setting so much that we’ve dissected the look, sourcing dishes from both the States and Puglia, table linens, and glassware from a classic Italian company.
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