What Houzz contributors are saying:
The Ikea cupboard bases were paired with doors from Plum Kitchen in a pine green that echoes that at the entrance. In a nod to the sky-blue tile on the main character’s kitchen backsplash in Pain and Glory, Déborah proposed a 5-by-5-centimetre square tile to underscore the graphic look of the place. The matte ceramic covers the backsplash and counter continuously. Note also the pretty detail of the edging. The upper cabinets are 40 centimetres deep. The white units align overtop the cabinets, giving the impression of perfect fit. “The video projector is hidden among them,” Déborah reveals.It is impossible to finish the description of this kitchen without touching on the lighting system. “We proposed it to keep with the graphic spirit, and Charles adored it. Moreover, he had spotted it in an article about one of our other projects. In the end the calculations were complicated, but it’s Avi who worked on them,” she says with a smile. Using the customisable Spider lighting system from Vibia meant Avinoam had to calculate each linear metre of cabling that would be required, working from the plans the architects had drawn earlier. Equipped with a dimmer, this system can provide a bright or cosy light depending on the needs of the moment.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Green cabinetry/mix white with wood
carrelage qui se fond avec le parquet