We've said it before and we'll say it again: this villa looks like something out of a dream. Whether they're looking out from the balcony or descending the double staircase, the owners will feel like royalty among such enchanting surroundings.
From up above, Verona, Italy looks as picturesque as a postcard, with vineyards and groves of olive trees stretching into the distance. An avenue lined by cypress trees leads to the Renaissance-era villa.
This powder room is a secret grotto with walls covered in African slate slabs accented by a gilded, Empire wall mirror. The cast-stone sink from Renaissance is fitted with a Waterworks wall-mounted faucet set.
Mosaics on the historic grounds of Villa D'Este, Italy's most storied retreat, are among the country's most photographed landmarks. This particular wall is the Mosaic of Nymphaeum Villa D'Este which is an example of Renaissance architecture. Emphasizing pattern and scale, Renaissance style draws influence from Roman architecture.