The Tiberio Palace Hotel in Capri

Giampiero Panepinto, the architect behind the interior design of the luxury Tiberio Palace hotel in Capri, Italy is not afraid of colors and patterns. He created a unique blend of vintage inspired furniture and accessories, fresh colors with a touch of whimsical and unexpected.

Despite the very different settings Panepinto used certain elements throughout the hotel to create a feeling of continuity. The color aqua for example is present in pretty much every room sometimes only in small details. Same thing for the dots, found on the bar, the stairs carpeting or on chairs upholstery. What looks to be like a whimsical and fun composition is actually thought out and achieves a coherent look.

Can I have one of each of those wall mirrors?Simple yet elegant, the dotted stair rug is certainly a winner. Have you found the aqua in this picture?I wouldn’t want to meet those jellyfish in real life but they make for a fabulous and fun display in this staircase. Just love this suite below: The bedroom, the perspective from it to the living space, and the living room itself showcasing the incredible mix of Schumacher’s Imperial Treillis Wallpaper in coral, with a yellow sofa, and a pair of purple and aqua upholstered armchairs.Love the bold aqua stripe and yellow sofa as well as the peculiar “framed in a box” heads.The restaurant’s color scheme is soothing yet integrates the color code of the hotel. Isn’t the display of the square plates just genius in its simplicity and beauty?Well I guess I need to plan a getaway to Capri now that I have seen all those beautiful pictures. Have a beautiful weekend dear readers.

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  • That’s now my favorite hotel. Green always makes me feel so happy and relaxed. I would love to hang out in any of those rooms, especially the one with the green walls.ReplyCancel

  • Wow, Corinne, this is one of the most amazing hotels I have seen in a while. I mean you could not expect anything else from the Italian but the color and textile combos are just outstanding. Capri has been on my list for quite a time already, I work a couple of times a year “quite” close in Naples but have never managed to go there. This will be another very good reason!ReplyCancel