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January 23, 2015

This week the Remodelista team explores a new moody minimalism exported from Italy: luxurious in its simplicity and attention to detail. We tagged along with the editors to a Milanese villa with a muted palette, a sleek kitchen systems showroom, and 11 irresistible farmhouse rentals.

Above: Italians are known for their race cars and their sleek kitchen systems. We’ll take the shiny one. Janet rounds up the 8 Best Italian Kitchen Systems.

Above: Izabella discovers metal oil cans worthy of the Tin Man in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces.

Above: Cook the world’s most stylish pasta in a glass pot; Julie tracks down the world’s sexiest pots and pans in 6 Elegant Cookware Lines from Italy.

Follow the Remodelista editors on the rest of their Italian idyll at Italian Renaissance.

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