Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Roman Flair

Not that you need another excuse to go to Italy but just in case, Flair, my favorite store, just opened a new outpost in Rome. Unlike their stores in Florence, Milan and Capri that have the signature black walls, this one has a lighter color scheme but don't worry, the furniture and art will remain a mix of old and new. I might have to plan a trip soon but until I do, I will continue to visit their only American shop on Grand Street in Soho. And no, they didn't pay me to write about them! Although, I think they did give me one of their fabulous smelling candles once. Ciao!

Via Margutta 55b
oo817 Roma ITALY
+39 06 32652067



8 comments:

Tawney--A Chichi Life said...

I love how the color of the blue chairs pop! There so fun.
-Tawney

Krafty said...

What great timing for this post! I'm actually going to Italy at the end of the month and always love great recommendations. Which one is best - Florence or Milan? I'll be in both cities. I haven't been to Italy in years so if you have any other recommendations (for anything!) please send them my way.

Thanks.

Habitually Chic said...

Tawney - the remind me of a pair that Christian at Maison21 just posted. They are a great color and shape!

Habitually Chic said...

Krafty - since Falri carries vintage items as well as new, I recommend checking out both stores! I also love Falsi Gioielli in Florence. One of my favorite necklaces is from them. I can't find a website but this links tells you more about them and lists the addresses, http://www.primeviste.net/dnn/SearchResults/Firenze/tabid/61/Default.aspx. Bon Voyage!

Krafty said...

I'm definitely going to check all of those out - thank you thank you!!!!!!!

pve design said...

love the lamps --

Electro Geisha said...

oh, love them all, :) cant choose... but, my choice of love is a blue fuzzy Cookie Monster chair :)

BonTon said...

Hello,
I love Rome as much as I dig Habitually Chic.
You must check out Caffe Canova-Tadolini on the posh Via Babuino.
It is a museum/bar/cafe/restaurant incorporating the studio of 19th century Neo-Classical sculptor Canova and his student, Tadolini.Imagine sipping a campari and orange in the company of graceful marble statues. The staff is very obliging and allow as much photo-taking as you desire.

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