The elegance, the harmony of colors and shapes, the skilful use of lighting have made this environment of Villa DS in Padenghe sul Garda unique. Reductive to call it a “tavern”, more correct to speak of a sophisticated environment that has all the elements of the bien vivre: an air-conditioned cellar to store and taste wines, a modern and functional kitchen to cook dinners for dinners with friends to serve in the dining room area, a lounge to rest after a swim in the heated pool or a sauna that make up the SPA, divided from the rest of the room by glass walls.
The furniture with clean lines is enlivened by notes of color ranging from sofas to furnishing accessories. The Florence-colored oak floor adds a classic and elegant note, also thanks to the Italian herringbone installation, with the characteristic right angle (90 °) that forms between the strips that compose it. It is one of the oldest laying geometries that can be found even in the 1st century AD, when the ancient Romans used it to lay the clay blocks with which they built the roads.
For wooden floors, it will begin to be used from the seventeenth century inside the palaces and homes of the Italian upper class