Which of these Tuscan-Italian sights inspire the interior decorator in you? Winding roads hemmed by cypress trees and verdant fields? Clusters of wisteria crowning a distressed, medieval door? Of course, rows of olive trees and grape vines are also popular images to include in your home. Either way, Mediterranean landscapes have latched onto your imagination. It seems Tuscan home decor is destined to be your decorating theme! If you're envisioning grape clusters and savory olives, you might as well start with the kitchen! Tuscan kitchen decor features bunches of grapes alongside bottles of delectable wine. Aged cheeses, fresh bread and an assortment of fruit also adorn kitchen accents like floor mats and serving platters. Meanwhile, tawny roosters perch atop canister sets and cookie jars, and chefs balance salt and pepper shakers and your wine bottles. But while Italy is certainly illustrious in the culinary arts, it's no stranger to the visual arts either. Tuscan wall art emulates the classical splendor of all Italian art, with scrollwork framing wall clocks and sconces. Wall plaques and signs emit Renaissance flair with banners unfurling over great feasts. “Benvenuti,” the Italian word for “welcome,” is another popular plaque to hang on your kitchen wall. Just as much as a welcome plaque, Tuscan style furniture can also foster an inviting atmosphere in your home. Wooden tables and chairs, finished in natural or autumn cherry, create old world elegance all around you. Meanwhile, scrolling metal etageres and vanity stools gleam with bronze or gold finishes. These antique colors only heighten the sense of timeworn grandeur. Tuscan window treatments and much more will all help you recreate those scenes, the candlelit ristorante and the cobblestone streets. You can create your own little Italy with Tuscan and Italian decor.