I was inspired by this beautiful Toscana House designed by interior designer Eduardo Arruga. Love the use of aged wood and other recovered elements, the mix of modern and vintage furniture as well as the beautiful and refined chandelier in the corridor.
Eduardo Arruga started his career in 1975 as Art Director in advertising, specializing in design and production of sets for advertisements and musical videos. In 1990 he opened LUCCA, an antiques and decoration shop in Barcelona. For 10 years he combined the management of the shop with advertising. Since 2000 he has dedicated his time to interior designing, the restoration of both country and town houses, offices and business properties and the management of LUCCA. Here he created a collection of furniture and contemporary objects with aged wood and other recovered elements.
Source: Eduardo Arruga