Call Me by Your Name

 

Call Me by Your Name's powerful (and very handsome) love story takes place, as is typical of Luca Guadagnino's films, in the most spectacularly beautiful setting.  Villa Albergoni, the 17th-century Italian estate at the center of the story, appears to be a family home that has been decorated over generations, layered with a mix of well-loved antiques and more personal, everyday items.  In reality, the property was run down when Guadagnino first came across it years prior to filming.  He turned to interior-designer-turned-set-designer Violante Visconti di Modrone to transform it into a convincing heirloom home in less than a month using pieces sourced secondhand, mostly borrowed from her father and friends, to achieve the home's richly layered look.

GET THE LOOK

 
bonabode-nickel-table-lamp.png
 

Nickeled desk lamp c. 1970s; $895.

coussin-velours-vieux-rose.jpg
 

Pink velvet cushion from Démodé; $68 - $92.

bonabode-roll-arm-pink.jpg
 

Roll arm sofa in pink by George Sherlock; price upon request.

Another option is Restoration Hardware's English Roll Arm Sofa; $3,495 for 6' length.

bonabode-wood-vase.png
 

Vintage hand carved wood vase; $18.

bonabode-christian-dell.png
 

Vintage Bauhaus Desk Lamp by Christian Bell, c. 1930; $895.

bonabode-striped-towels.png
 

Williams Sonoma Classic Striped Kitchen Towels in Claret Red; $20/set of four.

bonabode-mathieu-mategot-1950.jpg
 

Mathieu Matigot Cap d'Ail iron outdoor chairs c. 1950; $1,350/pair.

 
For the HomeKelly Bergin