A kitchen of 12 m2 renovated in the bistro style
To redo the kitchen of 12 m2 in her house in Vaucluse, Claire Plouzenec Chamboissier, decorator, has harmoniously mix the old and the new. Zoom on a successful renovation.
Interior decorator for three years, Claire Plouzenec Chamboissier and her husband have completely renovated this house of 300 m2, located in Courthezon (84). "Five months of work to restore a house in its juice, uninhabited for 25 years," she says. Discover the chic and retro kitchen of the house.
Parisian brasserie style cuisine
Conductor wire for the kitchen of 12 m2 with dining area: a Parisian brasserie spirit, totally in line with the dynamism of this stepfamily family of three children from 6 to 20 years old. If the original cement tiles were kept and cleaned, the door to the terrace was turned into a window to gain a work plan. Result: the sink has a nice view.
The kitchen renovation project
Idea : completely renovate an old kitchen by mixing old and new materials and furniture.
Area : 12 m2
Works duration : five months for the house (300 m2).
The retro bench of a restaurant in the kitchen
Flagship piece of the kitchen, the red sofa bought at Vauzelle
To reinforce the particularity of the bistro style, a red, new banquette was found at a restaurant furniture pro (Sellier model at Vauzelle). An old relay table was used at the flea market in Villeneuve-les-Avignon, and the garden chairs were bought at Habitat London in the 1990s.
Note that high kitchen furniture is not. "It's just a cladding that conceals the hood," says the decorator.It is made of plaster tiles covered with a black lacquered ironwork structure with printed glass, giving a very trendy workshop canopy look. . "
On the wall, the credence is composed of an original white tile, metro type but not beveled. It was completed by a similar new tile, laid without joint for a more vintage rendering (Marbrilux, in Avignon). The painting is a matte white velvet (Shaded White from Farrow & Ball). "If it was to do again, I would do the same, nothing to change!" Says Claire Plouzenec Chamboissier.
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The Byrrh enamelled plate and the cast iron radiator confirm the resolutely retro tone desired by the decorator. On the ground, the original cement tiles could be preserved.