While the aesthetic can vary from region to region, there are certain hallmarks of Italian design that remain consistent. For one, it’s all about luxury. Not to be confused with stuffy or too over-the-top, Italian design often features luxe finishes, like gold, and builds upon a neutral base. While other decor styles might think of opulence in bright colors and textures, Italian style usually builds from a neutral palette while layering items, like wall art or textiles, in complementing colors.

So how can you replicate this style without purchasing a flight to Europe? Enter Artemest, a curated site of the best from Italian artisans in furniture and decor. Handmade products from Venice and the Amalfi Coast to Milan and the bottom of the boot all find their temporary home on the site, ready to be ordered and placed in your permanent home. From hand-blown Murano glass to exquisite leather benches from Rome, it’s a handy resource to replicate refined Italian style in your own home. Here are some of our favorite finds.

Sporting simple, geometric shapes in ivory, dark green, black, and gold, this table adds futuristic detail in a chic and subtle way.

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This brass lamp (yes, solid brass) can also be used as a sconce.

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A minimalist silhouette paired with a bright burst of color keeps this chair from being anything close to boring.

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The plate’s design was inspired by a 1926 drawing by Giovanni “Gio” Ponti, an Italian master.

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The two strips crisscrossing the bottom add dimension and also shift shape, depending on your point of view.

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Murano glass (or Venetian glass) is a must for Italian-style homes.

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The curved frame gives a contemporary feel to this mirror, which is perfect for an entryway.

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An elegant piece that will add a luxe layer to any counter or tabletop.

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