THE ANNIVERSARY KITCHEN IS SHAPING UP!
In my previous post, I spoke about the importance of finding inspiration for our project, a contemporary kitchen with an old-fashioned flavour and the material that allows us to reach our goal. We have the material, but this one forces us to make a small detour in our reasoning in order to palliate its malleability. A constraint or rather an engine to discover solutions that would not have emerged otherwise. The copper facades of the kitchen are laser cut and then clad on the wooden doors. This method avoids coarse welding and enhances the detail of the edge of the door and its recessed handle.
Copper, yes, but sparingly. The island of the kitchen is covered in it, but it must be weighted to lighten the design of the kitchen. So the idea of a tile back island is the key to mitigating this mass of copper. Despite our research, we did not find the desired tile, so we created it! The tile pattern is imagined and manufactured in our workshop. The island of our kitchen is now completed with this personalized touch.
Highlighting the focal point of our kitchen requires a neutral and warm background. The wall that comes off behind the island must in no way take too much importance. To do so, we opt for veneer scraped and dyed wood. This option adds this little touch that we are so fond of and gives the desired tone to our kitchen. Large glass doors with rounded corners accentuate this idea of a kitchen cabinet (Butler pantry) to increase our vision.
There you have it! A contemporary kitchen with accents of the past! Stay tuned, the next ticket will present the final result! Feel free to send me your comments.