The versatility of wood, for exclusive projects.

Whether for homes or the hospitality sector, a look at the projects by Foglie d’Oro always means a journey through the thousand and one possible forms of the beauty and comfort that only the finest species of genuine wood can provide. Villas, loft apartments, flats and classic-style dwellings, restaurants, prestigious hotels and delightful resorts nestling in the greenery: Foglie d’Oro floors and design expertise are able to offer the perfect solution. Join us to explore some of our projects from all over the world, and take some inspiration from the timeless elegance, versatility and warmth of wood.

Residential projects

Living in luxury, with the natural beauty of wood

Foglie d'Oro provides architects and end customers with a wide range of 2D and 3D flooring and panelling to give life to residential projects of great charm and quality, whatever the desired style. From classic to contemporary interior design, from post-industrial to eco-chic, passing through the many hybrid solutions that characterise contemporary lifestyles and interior architecture, where private and professional life have increasingly blurred boundaries. In addition to the many items in the catalogue, Foglie d'Oro - thanks to the control over the entire wood supply chain and an experienced technical department - creates custom solutions and made-to-measure environments. The exclusive villas surrounded by greenery and exquisite metropolitan flats carried out all over the world are the proof.

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Classic and eclectic


Chevron 45° floor Ca' Corner - private house

An eclectic interior design that teams classic furniture with more contemporary pieces, featuring wood and glass in warm and cool shades, all beautifully balanced by the Chevron flooring by Foglie d’Oro. Present in all the rooms, its perfect 45° angles set the pace that accompanies footsteps and expressions throughout the apartment. Also known as French herringbone, this type of parquet is very much a classic in the history of European interior architecture. In this splendid apartment, the finish chosen was Ca’ Corner, a smoked, brushed, stained, aged, hand-carved and varnished Oak wood.

Rhythm, space and light


Chevron 45° floor Ca' Marcello - private house

Large, spacious rooms, featuring contemporary artworks and contrasting furnishing elements, alternating a classical-style design with more rigorous modern pieces and décor elements. What the rooms and styles in this splendid apartment all share is the elegant, dynamic allure shaped by the Chevron-pattern wood floors by Foglie d’Oro. With a 45° angle, and also known as French herringbone, Chevron flooring is an important, timeless element present throughout centuries of history of European interior architecture. For this elegant apartment, the choice fell to the Ca’ Marcello finish: American Walnut with an aged effect, hand-carved, stained and varnished. The warm tones of the wood strike a pleasing contrast with the materials and the cool shades chosen for the walls and the furnishing elements.

Total Elegance


Doge Classic - private house

The perspective game of mirrors, the splendour of polished marbles, the shininess of metals, the softness of leather and fabrics. Above all, the warmth and charm of real wood, the absolute protagonist of a project where everyday experience is total elegance – an architecture of sensations, emotions, precious materials. The inlayed oak floor Doge Classic with American Walnut inserts accompanies the steps and seduces the eye, room after room.

A new take on tradition


Herringbone 90° floor Antique Ca' Molin - private house

This elegant villa, nestling in the Veneto countryside, features an enchanting blend of classic and modern, thanks to a wise use of materials and the thoughtful insertion of contemporary design elements into an architectural context where the golden rule is proportion, but which is not without a pleasing, playful reference to classic style approaches. The Herringbone flooring by Foglie d’Oro, with a 90° angle, is the perfect expression of the soul of the villa: selected in the Antique Ca’ Molin finish, in brushed, stained, hand-carved and varnished Oak wood with an aged effect, it brings a bright, comfortable touch to the living spaces, beautifully offsetting them with its rigorous lines and unmistakable rhythm.

The Fragments and the Whole


Design Panels Frammenti - private house

The Mediterranean Sea has always been a crossroads of evolving cultures, fragments that never cease to shape an ever-changing, sometimes contradictory but invariably splendid whole. Choosing the Frammenti flooring by Foglie d’Oro for an elegant villa on the island of Malta, and watching it shape a harmonious setting, forming a fil rouge that links the areas throughout the home - such as the living area and the delightful stairs - thus appears as a surprising, perfect metaphor of the most profound identity of the island and the sea around it. In this project, Frammenti is featured in the Ca’ Corner finish: smoked, brushed, stained, hand-carved Oak wood with an aged effect. Credits @Brian Grech

Light and matter


Design Panels Petali - private house

Light floods in through the large windows and takes possession of the rooms, suggesting an interior design characterised by soft shapes and pastel colours. For this elegant apartment, the choice fell to the modular Petali flooring, in the brushed, stained and varnished Ca’ Brando European Walnut finish: a natural solution that blends with and enhances the delicate yet powerful approach adopted for the project.

Geometric decorations


Ca’ Biasi - private villa / France

The combination of light-coloured walls with classic adornments and the decidedly contemporary geometric patterns of the boiserie represents much more than a simple juxtaposition of styles and periods, thanks to the designer’s skill in calibrating the alchemy created by opposites, and to the American Walnut wood flooring with the Ca’ Biasi finish: featured here are both straight and herringbone patterns, along with the extraordinary Diamante Chic inlaid module. The wood also provides the inspiration for the spiral staircase that connects the floors of this splendid villa.

The breath of the forest


Jumbo, Ca' Savio - private house / Italy by Emanuele D’Agostino Favale

The Jumbo American Walnut flooring, in the Ca’ Savio finish, with its maxi plank sizes, brings an unexpectedly solemn touch to the contemporary interior design approach, featuring a number of eclectic elements. Walnut wood has also been used for the stairs, and most strikingly in the extraordinary table with metal legs that is the keynote feature of the living area. A few dashes of colour provided by the ceramic tiles break up the regular pattern of the plank flooring, with a dynamic contrast that enhances its beauty and highlights its natural versatility.

Sophisticated atmosphere


45° Chevron, Ca' Donà - private house / Italy by Arch. Leo C. Cagnetta / Maledetti Architetti Studio

The classic 45° wood herringbone flooring pattern is also featured on contemporary wood panelling in the sitting room and bathroom of this splendid villa looking onto the sea. This design choice highlights the versatility of Oak wood, as well as its natural elegance, offering a seamless floor and wall solution that brings striking character to the setting. The pale-coloured Ca’ Donà finish emphasises the important role played by both the natural light and the indoor lighting system that has been skilfully designed to offer maximum comfort and a refined atmosphere.

Metropolitan nature


Ca’ Bollani - private apartment / Russia

The American walnut plank flooring, in the Ca’ Bollani finish, runs right through this apartment, bringing nature into the heart of the big city and guaranteeing comfort amid the frantic pace of metropolitan life. The dark planks almost appear reflected and multiplied in the design of the wall units that resemble a vertical, abstract fragmentation of the flooring. Warm tones are also evident in the kitchen, featuring a corten metal worktop. It’s the combination with the decorative elements and the blue tones of the walls, however, that really brings out all the versatility and elegance of the American Walnut wood floor.

The call of the sea


Ca’ Vidor - private apartment / Italy

The American Walnut plank flooring, in the dark Ca’ Vidor finish, is both coordinated and contrasted with the furnishing elements in this splendid apartment looking onto the sea. The interior design project focuses on dark wood elements set within an atmosphere characterised by predominantly white and light-coloured décor features, and the setting is illuminated by the natural light that streams in through the large windows.


Chevron 45°, Ca' Corner - Private home / Italy by Arch. Isabella Denora, ph credits: Pierangelo Laterza

The distinctive character of the 45° Chevron pattern, also known as French herringbone, has allowed this extraordinary type of wood flooring to maintain its charm over the centuries, and to continue offering a perfect solution for any architectural and interior design style. This is supremely evident in this elegant home, in which the material and colour characteristics of the wood strike a contrast with the white walls and cool lighting, engaging splendidly with them throughout the setting, from the living area to the bathroom and bedroom areas.

Naturally contemporary


90° herringbone, Ca' Corner - private apartment / UK

The 90° herringbone smoked wood flooring, aged using painstaking craftsmanship processes to give it the allure of the material transformed by the passage of time, sets an elegant tone, bringing all the natural appeal of wood and the prestige of one of the laying patterns most characteristic of the European tradition into an interior design project with a contemporary focus. The dark tones of the Oak contrast beautifully with the metal and glass elements and the white of the walls, doors and bathtub.

The grammar of wood


Ca' Brando - private villa / Italy

The role played here by European Walnut wood extends well beyond that of an extraordinary raw material, setting the tone for the whole setting and featured in different yet perfectly complementary ways in a number of bespoke solutions. This concept is most clearly evident in the design of the floors, in which strips of wood and geometric modules are used to express the clearest of emotions: from the dynamic pace of the kitchen to the more relaxed rhythm of the sleeping area. The stairs stretch naturally and seamlessly up from the floors, as do the wall coverings, for example in the bathroom, creating an enveloping sensation of continuity and comfort.

Rustic chic


Soft Rovere - private villa / France

In this centuries-old abbey nestling in the greenery, the restoration project has sought to make the interiors a natural continuation of the building’s surroundings, fostering a continual interplay between the two. The geometries of the pale-coloured wood have a rustic flavour, tempered by the rigour of the patterns: the custom Soft Rovere coffered flooring runs from the rooms of the living area through to the simple design of the bedroom. The herringbone pattern brings rigour to the study, where the open stone provides a striking counterpoint to the decorated walls. The fine intarsia work brings a chic touch to the lift. The same finish has been used for the stairs that lead up to the first floor, and for the elegant 45° French herringbone flooring of the bedroom area.

Oblique appeal


45° Chevron, Ca' Marcello - private villa / Italy

The 45° angle of the Chevron herringbone flooring, in a finish that brings out all the natural beauty characteristic of the wood, is the ideal solution for a project focusing on diagonal lines, with an almost theatrical dimension created by the dividing walls that alternately conceal and reveal spaces, almost appearing to multiply them. The characteristic French herringbone pattern is not only featured on the floor, but also inspires diagonal geometries on the walls, as is evident in the wood panels that embellish the bathroom, or the boiserie in the living room.

The future is fluid


Ca' Fumo - private villa / China

The shades of grey that characterise the wooden plank flooring are emblematic of a universal, timeless style code: an elegant approach that adds comfort to the villa and accompanies the visitor smoothly through the various living spaces and functions. The relaxing, convivial sitting room can turn smoothly and effortlessly into a spacious, comfortable home workspace, featuring the Vivo table crafted by Arte Brotto in solid Walnut wood. Just a few steps away is a modern kitchen, and the same flooring also graces the bedroom. After all, even the transition of interior architecture towards a more fluid concept requires a few mainstay elements.

Allure d’antan


Antique Ca' Baseggio - private villa / Italy

Antique wood flooring has a particular allure, especially when combined with a contemporary interior design style. Featured here is a contrast that teams all the charm and emotion of a raw material shaped by time and the exquisitely simple rigour of the furnishings. This is exactly the magic that has been worked in this supremely elegant Italian villa, in which every element has been selected with skill and taste to strike a delightful balance.

Total black look


Onda Nero - private villa / China

The plank flooring in the Onda Nero finish complements and enhances this decidedly contemporary setting, characterised by striking contrasts able to highlight the details, such as the club chair in a warm, intense shade of yellow, as well as the sophisticated geometries of the glass ceiling lamp. The emotion comes later, with the discovery that the apparently cold sensation of the whole opens up to reveal a close focus on comfort, a design principle that in this project takes a futuristic approach.

Geometric inspirations


Ca' Donà - private villa / Malta

Wood, class, concrete. The fundamental elements of modern architecture meet in a project in which geometries are the feature that seamlessly guides the visual and tactile experience from one material to the next, right through the home. These spaces are lived in with the same approach applied to a contemporary exhibition space, in which interaction with the various objects prevails over the requirements of the exhibition, and each individual plays an active part in a continually evolving experience. The Oak wood plank flooring, chosen with a bright, pale-coloured finish, engages with the light that shines in through the windows, softening the rationalist impact of the reinforced concrete.

The order of things


Maxi Chevron Ca' Pisani - private villa / Russia

The natural order of things, evident at first sight. The perception of all the multi-faceted beauty of everyday life, embodied in one place. In this walk-in closet, clothes, shoes and accessories are ordered to perfection, with a place for everything and everything in its place, contained and protected by the solid wood that brings exclusive character to the simple design of the metal framework. This solution is perfectly consistent with the setting in which this custom element was designed: a splendid villa in which the Maxi Chevron French herringbone floor hints at a link with the most prestigious European architectural tradition, to which a contemporary twist has been added.

The luxury of space


Ca' Sette Soft - private villa / Italy

The natural, timeless elegance of American Walnut is the perfect choice for the spacious settings that make up this villa, both indoors, where the wood engages attractively with the open brick and leather furnishings of the sitting room, and outdoors, where it is featured in the decking around the swimming pool. Solemn, luxurious and supremely comfortable, the villa features country-style elements with a contemporary twist. Especially noteworthy is the splendid custom-crafted main door, with the same finish as the flooring and the wooden stairs, creating a marvellously coordinated style that enhances the natural comfort of the wood.

Exclusive atmospheres


Doge, Ca' Cenere - private home / Russia

The graceful pattern of the Doge Ca’ Cenere intarsia flooring is formed by a hand-crafted composition of elements in different tones and woods, shaping the backdrop for a distinctive yet discreet luxury ambience. The metal and glass elements light up the soft atmosphere. There is no desire for ostentation in the design of this extraordinary residence, simply the aspiration to experience beauty at its most exclusive, shaped by outstanding materials and sophisticated style.

Extra ordinary


Diamante, Ca' Donà - private villa / USA

The colour code couldn’t be clearer here, with white and gold creating an everyday impact of unique luxury, in an interior design project that focuses firmly on comfort throughout the setting, from the spacious lounge of the living area to the large, functional walk-in closet. The large windows engage closely with the splendidly eye-catching natural surroundings outdoors, for a wonderfully relaxing effect. The superior quality of the Diamante modular flooring, in the Ca’ Donà finish, featuring delightful hand-crafted intarsia work, further enhances the luxury look of the setting. The plank flooring, chosen in the same shade as the modules, helps bring consistent character to the home.

Colour contrasts


Ca' Corner - private villa / Russia

The wooden plank flooring is featured throughout the rooms – living areas, study and bedroom – and floors of this private villa, in which the predominantly classic furnishing style also welcomes a number of distinctly modern elements, such as the kitchen island with marble top, whose cool tones contrast attractively with the warmth of the Walnut wood. The wooden staircase has been custom built in the same finish as the floor, adding further harmony and coordination to the project.

Contemporary dacha


Bespoke - private villa / Russia

An evolution of the classic Russian dacha, this villa nestling amid the woods features wood throughout, teamed beautifully with the natural light that floods in through the large windows. The exclusively custom flooring, doors, furniture and kitchen strike a splendid balance between a contemporary approach to luxury and a tradition that has always focused on the spirit of the surroundings, embodied in the centuries-old trees with their intense green summer tones turning to endless shades of snowy white in the winter.

Queen of the island


Asolo - private villa / Cyprus

Rhythm, proportion and harmony are the founding values of the very idea of beauty, in art just as in architecture, and they’re expressed to perfection in the interior design of this villa, built in Cyprus, on the border between the West and the East, between classical and Byzantine culture. The Asolo modular floor is a perfect expression of this intermingling of cultures, bringing a new twist to the connection between the history of the island and that of one of the most delightful little towns in northern Italy, Asolo, which was once home to Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus. The exquisite intarsia work of the modules that make up the light-coloured floor creates a striking scenario that brings the exclusive luxury of the past back to the present.

British tradition


45° Chevron, Ca' Corner - private villa / UK

An elegant home with a characteristically English style and atmosphere, in which the flooring – in natural shades of wood – forms the fil rouge that stretches from one room to another. The plank, herringbone and geometric pattern floors, all in the same Ca’ Corner finish, characterise rooms with different functions: from the entrance to the sitting room and through to the kitchen that looks onto the garden through a bright French window. Every detail – from the choice of the materials to the arrangement of the furniture and the décor elements – helps shape an effortlessly welcoming ambience.

Dynamic harmonies


Ca' Sette Soft - private villa

Land and sky, light and shade, spirit and matter. The use of white as the predominant (non) colour for the floors and walls and the dark tones of pre-smoothed and varnished wood for the flooring are the two opposites that strike a beautiful balance in this villa, with an interior design inspired by oriental spirituality. The American Walnut planks are a solution that teams beauty with the utmost comfort, shaping an inviting ambience in spite of the cool colours and the rigour of the interior design choices.

The villa in the forest


Abete Calce - private villa / Russia

The beauty of this splendid villa nestling in the heart of nature can be summed up in three words: light, space and material. The light that floods in from the outdoors through the large windows; the space that stretches upwards, highlighted by the striking ceiling lamp; the material present in numerous, multi-faceted forms: the exposed brickwork, the fabrics and the wood that shapes the furnishings and the planks that form the flooring. The flooring in particular, thanks to the contemporary elegance of the Abete Calce fir wood finish, emphasises the key role played by light in this interior design project that teams comfort with luxury.

In the heart of the metropolis


Ca' Corner - private villa / Russia

Wood is much more than a design solution in this modern villa. It’s the material that succeeds in recreating a sensation of comfort and engagement with nature, in an interior setting with a contemporary character that looks onto an outdoor scenario marked by the dynamism of big city life. The Walnut wood plank flooring clearly embodies this sensation, featured in both the living and bedroom areas, where it engages perfectly with furnishing elements – the kitchen, the coffee tables and the sideboard – in which the beauty of wood is also the hallmark feature. On the whole, the project transmits a surprisingly light sensation.

Contemporary classic


Bespoke Herringbone - private villa / Italy

The bespoke herringbone Walnut flooring is the discreet, elegant keynote feature that runs throughout the home, from the living area to the bathroom. The design features one of the most characteristic patterns of the European interior architecture tradition, which in this case engages with a decidedly contemporary furnishing style, in which vibrant colour solutions – such as the red sofa and a number of décor elements – stand out against a deliberately neutral background, featuring predominantly white tones.

Versatile geometries


Frammenti, Ca' Corner - private villa / Italy

Oak wood is the key material in this versatile, contemporary geometric pattern, featured with the same natural, effortless beauty on both the floor and the striking custom staircase. In this warm, inviting private villa, wood shakes off its solemn character and becomes the perfect material for a contemporary interior design project that offers a seamless blend of comfort, luxury and sophisticated style.

Discreet elegance


Soft Rovere - private villa / Italy

Soft Rovere plank wood flooring not only guarantees beauty and comfort; it enhances an interior design style poised between classic and contemporary, featured throughout the home, from the living area to the bedroom. Bespoke flooring and wood panelling, complemented by furniture and furnishing accessories from Arte Brotto’s Segreti collection, come together to shape the authentic sensation of luxury that is the hallmark of this villa. What makes the difference are the premium-quality materials – first and foremost the wood.

The luxury of comfort


The light tones of the Soft Rovere plank wood flooring engage with the open-beam ceiling and the distinctive sloping roof of the large terrace the living area looks onto. The warmth of the Oak brings a softer edge to the geometric rigour that characterises the project, teaming with a number of the furnishing choices – the spacious leather sofas, the dark fabrics and the designer chairs – to create an ambience with the accent firmly on comfort.

French touch


45° Chevron, Ca' Corner - private villa / Italy

45° Chevron, also known as French herringbone, is the subtle hallmark of the bright, spacious living area, in which wood with a light-coloured finish is also a key feature of the furniture, with elements from the Segreti collection by Arte Brotto embellished with handmade artistic ceramic inserts. Rigorous without being austere, this elegant, modern villa has been designed with a focus on the essence, with a beautifully understated approach to furnishings and décor.

The harmony of opposites


Onda Bianco - private villa / Italy

On the one hand, the dark brown tones of the leather sofa, the chairs around the glass dining table, the wooden table built into the kitchen for lighter lunches and the steps of the elegant stairway between the floors; on the other, the white of the walls, doors and kitchen... and to harmonise these two colour extremes, the Onda Bianco plank flooring, which combines the hallmark brightness of the settings with the strong character of the furniture and furnishing accessories.

Luxury and lightness


Ca' Morosini - private villa / Russia

Characterised by a delightful mezzanine that runs right around the living area, this villa strikes a perfect balance between luxury and lightness. The Oak wood plank flooring, in a light finish, helps shape a sophisticated ambience, in which a number of details make a striking impact: the artistic ceramic inserts on the front panel of the sideboard and the display case in the sitting room, both from the Segreti collection by Arte Brotto, engage with the furnishing pieces and artworks, embellishing a rigorous, contemporary interior design in which wood plays a key role.

Essential beauty


Ca' Donà - private villa / Italy

The eyes of Audrey Hepburn in the picture that graces the wall of the attic floor reveals the concept underlying the design of this villa: authentic beauty is a question of elegance, and needs no frivolous embellishments. The choice of light-coloured finishes for the wood embodies the material tradition of this concept, and the plank flooring guides the observer through exceptionally bright, inviting rooms, able to welcome all the light that floods in from the outdoors and gift it to the occupants of these living spaces, boosting comfort.

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