Although it's not my typical style, I'm absolutely in love with fashion designer Giambattista Valli's Roman home, which was featured in Elle Decor. The way he's mixed neutral-toned, time-worn, well-traveled elements with sprightly pop art looks really novel to me. You wouldn't expect the sort of person who's acquiring antique wooden settees and Buddhist hand sculptures to also be shopping contemporary galleries for iconic Andy Warhol pieces. It's refreshing. The great thing about this space is that if you're willing to buy reproduction artwork, it's definitely replicable, too. Just pick up some salvaged wood furniture, a neutral rug, and worldly accessories, and then add pop! Here are a few items to help you get started.