Have you ever seen Stefano De Martino’s house? It is located in Milan! You will be amazed as soon as you see it: crazy details!
The dancer from Torre Annunziata has come a long way since we saw him for the first time on TV. First a student at Amici’s school, then a professional dancer .. But his career evolves at some point, and Stefano De Martino is today a magnificent TV host!
Recently, exactly on February 15th, it returned to air on Rai 2 to host the well-known TV show ‘Tonight everything is possible’. The program is quite successful and Stefano De Martino proves to be a presenter with all the trimmings!
Although he often returns to his place of origin, today Stefano De Martino lives his life in Milan. His house is located in a very central area of the Lombard city and perhaps you have never seen it yet .. But these details really leave their mark! Let’s see together the Stefano De Martino’s house.
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Stefano De Martino, dream home: those crazy details do not go unnoticed
From his Instagram channel we have collected some shots that the presenter has published to show you the interior of the De Martino house in detail. Some details of the Stefano De Martino’s house certainly do not go unnoticed .. Here are some.
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The living room of the De martino house is certainly very large and bright, as shown by some of the different shots that we can see on his social profile. Modern furnishings, with an alternation of colors that go well with each other. As we can also see from the next photo, the Navy Blue appears to be dominant in the living room.
And here we are, once again we can see the elegance of the parquet, which gives comfort and warmth to the room and immediately gives a more chic touch to the environment embellished with long and dark curtains, as well as the color of the two sofas that goes well with the parquet wood and the navy blue of the walls. On the table, strictly low, magazines and candles cannot be missing.
We head to the ‘sleeping area’ and once again we cannot help but notice the bright spaces of the house. Here too we find a delicate parquet but this time in a much lighter shade that goes well with the color of the walls. The ‘neutrality’ of the colors is probably given by the idea of wanting to highlight the magnificent work portrayed in the two paintings hanging on the wall. A few lamps with a simple design are not lacking to complete the furniture.
What do you think? Don’t you find it a really comfortable environment?