Venice, situated in Northeast Italy, is composed of a group of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges. New York Times described Venice as “undoubtedly the most beautiful city built by man”, and the Times described it as being one of the most romantic cities in Europe.
The regal Aman Canal Grande Resort is very representative of the Venetian culture and feel of this historical city. The actual resort is situated in a 16th century palazzo (how awesome is that) commissioned by the Coccina family of Bergamo. Join us for a small tour filled with romantic architecture, relaxing gondola rides, and stately accommodations.
Lunch with a view – contemporary seating is juxtaposed by the elaborately detailed walls and balcony. Something to keep in mind: traditional Venetian style furniture have curved lines as opposed to clean lines
Another common feature of Venetian interior design is Celestial themes, like this magnificently carved ceiling depicting angels and clouds.
Venetian decor is not complete without the use of gold, silver, or metallics. Most of the time this includes gilded chandeliers and gold leaf crown molding.
This seemingly modern bathroom has rich dark oak features that warm up the space, and lets not forget a breathtaking view of the canal.
To mimic the Venetian feel of this beautiful library try filling bookcases or shelves with vintage books and interesting objects that you can find at flea markets, or even thrift stores.
Neutral outdoor furniture is tied in to the rich Venetian architecture with warm colors such as red, and cherry wood floors.
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