Cabinet doors used as inspiration boards are nothing new. Usually, though, this is done on craft room cupboards or more utilitarian office cabinets. But architect Piero Castellini Baldissera opted to get creative with a chic, Chinese-red cabinet prominently on view in his Tuscan living room.
Ribbons tacked to the doors hold personal photos and sketches. Adding to the effortless Old World glamour is the collection of beautifully bound vintage issues of Country Life nestled in with more pictures and collected objects. Placed on top are are old architectural instruments.
This cabinet is featured in Caroline Clifton-Mogg's Decorating with Antiques.
You may remember from a past post that Charlotte Moss has her collection of Vogue magazines hand-bound in red leather. Photo via New York Social Diary.