These Italian Sisters and Design-World Stars Will Make You Want to Redecorate

They’re the perfect team: Nathalie Droulers is an architect, and her sister Virginie is a visual designer. Together, these Italian sisters founded Droulers Architecture, a Milan-based studio covering the architecture and interior design of both commercial and residential projects, and released a new book. Feeling Home: Virginie and Nathalie Droulers ($60, Rizzoli), takes a look at the latter. Drawing on different design backgrounds, the duo collaborate to create contemporary spaces with sumptuous flair, oftentimes working with Italian furniture and finishings, like Murano glass and Florentine bronze. Take a look at several of the Droulers sisters’ projects from London to New York below.



An apartment in New York City combines earthen browns and soft beiges in a well-lit space.


In this home in the Porta Romana neighborhood of Milan, a glimpse into a bedroom shows gray-and-white bedding and a photographic artwork.


Dramatic lighting and raw wood define this bathroom in a home in Cortina, Italy.


A neutral palette in this London home allows the textures in the textiles to shine through.


In another Milanese home, traditional elements, like the parquet flooring, pair with contemporary design, noted in the geometric table.

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