The Tinto Room
is the most recently renovated room in the house.
Defined by its simplicity and understated elegance, it was designed by the artist-owner who used wonderfully bohemian details throughout.
One of the walls is covered with early nineteenth century, hand-painted aquarelle prints of national costumes from around the world.
The writing desk has a lampshade akin to the headdress of the moor of Venice. The satin cream, pebble and sage hand-made bed cover is also crafted by Luisa Longo, in addition to the wooden headboard, which appears slightly modified in all of the guest rooms.
Bathroom shower and bathtub.
Position: Ground floor with access to and view of the patio.