I anticipated that the next project would have been sober and minimal, especially in the colors. This small kitchen in microcemento in the countryside is one of the projects that most represents me and Stephanie nearly gave me carte blanche, and I have to admit being really satisfied of the result. There would just be a fridge from the change, sooner or later the convincerò!
The directions of Stephanie? Neutral tones, kitchen at sight, and solutions save space (the kitchen is located inside a small room of about 13 square meters).
Compared to the kitchen the previous I’ve obtained a peninsula long and 120 cm; the many alveoli in the wall, depth of about 50 cm, and the 2 niches already exist, and are more than sufficient as a pantry for a vacation home.
The structure of the kitchen was made with blocks of cellular concrete, 5 cm, reinforced with needle into the horizontal parts, while the two counters are in reinforced concrete cast-in-place. Finally, the kitchen was entirely covered with microcemento white.
A few of the elements to contrast: the mixer with a finish of “antique iron”, the table of Officine Tamborrino and 4 Thonet to heat the room.
Ancient pottery of the late ‘800 as a cutlery tray, two Lampe Gras DCW éditions and the new kitchen of Stephanie is ready.
And here is the before and after: the peninsula, deep 60 cm hides the washing machine, offers additional compartments container, and allowed the inclusion of a large induction cooker, which is much more discrete. With respect to the initial configuration, I chose to trim and plastering the white kitchen niche to create an environment that is more luminous and a bit less rustic, the stone in the dining area became more white.
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