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5 ideas to steal in this stylish kitchen

5 ideas to steal in this stylish kitchen

Photographer: Bertrand Fompeyrine / Interior Designer: Rebecca Benichou

If, like us, this kitchen leaves you speechless, discover without delay its manufacturing secrets. From its unusual layout to the decoration of its dining area, without neglecting the materials that compose it, everything, everything, everything, we tell you everything about this kitchen renovated by a pro!

Housed in a loft in eastern Paris, this is a stylish kitchen that is full of tricks. Inspired and inspiring, it brings together wood, metal and polished concrete. Audacious, she mocks the seats and mixes their styles, without ever swearing with the decor that welcomes indus. Tuto in 5 points to take seed, and, who knows, create yours in the same spirit?

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1. Slide the kitchen under the mezzanine

If you have the chance to live, or rent, a loft type property with a crazy character, take advantage of it to arrange the kitchen stack under the mezzanine. Sheltered, it is more compact and can also earn valuable square meters. For the less original, this implementation is resolutely trend, so no question to hesitate.

Photographer: Bertrand Fompeyrine / Interior Designer: Rebecca Benichou

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2. Adopt a finish between wood and white

Between white kitchen and wooden kitchen, your heart swings? Why choose when we can combine the two and win in style! Right here, Rebecca Benichou, the interior designer in charge of the project, has mixed high furniture in oak plywood, a very warm material, and low furniture all white, Ikea finishing Voxtorp.

Photographer: Bertrand Fompeyrine / Interior Designer: Rebecca Benichou

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3. Choose a credence that is out of the ordinary

A nice decor idea to bring a touch of pep to this kitchen, certainly warm, but a bit minimalist? Adopt a porcelain stoneware tile with a fine streaked look. In the end of inspi? Prefer a very subtle model, such as one of the eight motifs of the Tratti collection, signed by the French designer and decorator Inga Sempé for Mutina. Affixed in credence and once joined with coral, it wakes up the atmosphere gently.

Photographer: Bertrand Fompeyrine / Interior Designer: Rebecca Benichou

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4. Create storage niches under the stairs

As an extension of the stairs leading upstairs, Rebecca Benichou decided to use the maximum available space. How? By arranging cupboards vertically and a bi-material niche able to blend in the decor. A nice solution to use the underside of the stairs.

Photographer: Bertrand Fompeyrine / Interior Designer: Rebecca Benichou

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5. Mix the seats in the dining area

In the center of the kitchen, the dining table is well surrounded. Between a pair of white Eames chairs and four wooden seats and wax fabric upholstered, the mix and match is a hit!

Photographer: Bertrand Fompeyrine / Interior Designer: Rebecca Benichou

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