There's no doubt Margherita Missoni has style.
After all, the 30-year-old heiress to the Missoni fashion house grew up surrounded by her family's fab fashions, and she even served as the brand's ambassador and model.
So, it comes as no surprise that Missoni's fashionable flair extends itself to her delightfully colorful abode, which packs as much colorful punch as her family's iconic zigzag prints!
But as the-mother-to-be shared yesterday via Instagram, her home décor is also influenced by hubby and race car driver Eugenio Amos' tastes.
"Marriage is compromise- #africanart & #trophies#pictures & #motors," she wrote, along with a shot of an eclectically decorated fireplace that includes a motor sitting within the hearth (her husband's influence, we assume), as well as colorful vases interspersed among shiny awards.
The behind-the-scenes pic was just one of six she shared on an Instagram spree.
Here are five more delightful décor shots from Missoni's home:
Proving that when it comes to interior design marriage is indeed a "compromise," Missoni Instagrammed a shot of a veritable his-and-hers, Yin and Yang set of portraits featuring a feminine flower pot full of daisies and a bro-friendly framed piece of a gun. How's that for contrast?
"Les vintages #red #yellow #green" Missoni wrote of a colorful set of cabinets that stand next to a stairway. Just as in fashion, Missoni knows that a good vintage find is often the key to finding a fab, one-of-a-kind piece. No furniture catalogs for this interior design savvy gal!
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree! "Digging minimalism," Missoni says of this boldly colored elevator door and bold polka dot vase, but we think the over-the-top colors are more in keeping with her family's colorful trademark prints.
We can totally picture the expectant Missoni to curl up with her babe in this "cosy corner." After all, the stylish sitting area has sentimental value, as it features a floor pattern that was designed by her late grandfather, Ottavio Missoni.
Black-and-white drawings of old Hollywood legends, like Cary Grant and Marilyn Monroe decorate an entire wall of the Missoni home.