The beds, original in the workmanship and in the creation, are the result of a work of recovery and assembly of platforms that flank the old sewing machine of 1910 … and where the gaze opens onto a glimpse of our country landscape with olive and wheat mature! The appliqués are made with glass jars covered with raw bag caps, in which the legumes of our lands (white beans, beans, lentils etc.) have been placed which, by lighting up, give a touch of originality to the room. The kitchen complete with hob with adjoining accessible courtyard (equipped with bench and chairs and table), was made with recycled and treated wood; on the front, the laying of the ancient bricks decorated in cement in pandance with the chandelier made with shells set in wire and colored appears evident. The white tin gas cooker and wooden handles takes us back to a distant era where the same was the heart of the house. Above the shelves on the same floor you can see an ancient scale with plates dating back to the years 1910-1915 for weighing pasta and legumes. The slightly revised “plate” is completely unique: made from ancient agricultural tools (a wooden shovel and a pitchfork for hay) intertwined with jute wire and raw twine to which part of the aluminum cookware dating back was hung to those years (pans, ladles, colander, etc). You can also find the old “stricatùr-rofinato” striped wooden board that was used to spread clothes, reinvented as a breakfast tray. Everything was enriched by orange curtains made on the models of the time, with tapes and ties for the closures (when the hinges were only a hybrid) that underline their simplicity and functionality. In the same holiday home, the bathroom, in addition to being equipped with all comforts, is the result of a specially designed renovation. The same represented the ancient passage that led from the bedroom to the kitchen. On the mezzanine, made entirely of wood, there is the double bed, also made with EPAL EUR footboards, treated and brought naturally, and on which you can touch the ancient vault with your hand; from the center of the same unravels a “braid” of raw nets and white linen fabrics that make up the canopy. Equipped with every comfort and the right privacy for the guests who occupy it, it is a holiday home where the past, memories and peasant traditions are enhanced by noteworthy details and where the furnishings are essentially based on the recovery of recycled materials and ancient objects used for other purposes.