Of all the kitchens we’ve featured so far on Get their look, this perfectly practical kitchen is probably the one I’d most like to be in our home!
As an ex-chef and avid baker, I love the fact that the Gaggenau appliances wouldn’t look out of place in an industrial kitchen. I’ve always had a soft spot for minimalist stainless steel cabinets and work surfaces.
The background palette is neutral and calm – creams, whites and natural wood shades much in evidence. It’s livened nicely with small flashes of colour from flowers, fruit, herbs etc.
A vintage, wall-mounted Bakelite telephone and framed Tretchikoff ‘Chinese Girl’ print add a contrasting homeliness to an otherwise utilitarian-like space.
Real thought has gone into the design – the marble fire surround being picked up in the top of the Saarinen tulip table for example.
- Bamboo hanging lamp
- Serge Mouille six-arm ceiling lamp replica
- Vladimir Tetchikoff ‘Chinese Girl’ print
- Gaggenau VG 491 111 F – SERIE 400 – stainless steel controls front
- Saarinen tulip oval table Arabescato coated marble by Knoll
- Gaggenau BMP 250 130 microwave cm. 60 200 dx series – silver combined microwave
- Polacco stool
- Tolix Inox outdoor chairs designed by Xavier Pauchard