Parisian Kitchen Design

Create Smoke and Mirrors
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Create Smoke and Mirrors
Parisian Kitchen Design
Create Smoke and Mirrors

While the mirrored wall framed within the cabinetry produces the illusion of more space on one side of the room, a collection of smaller vintage mirrors on this side mimics an artistic gallery display.

Go Back To Black
Parisian Kitchen Design
Go Back To Black

In the wake of go-to white kitchens, black is making a striking comeback. Here, slim, deep drawers offer organized storage for smaller items like flatware, utensils, spices and linens.

Have Brass Roots
Parisian Kitchen Design
Have Brass Roots

Elegant yet convenient details, such as a brass-railed shelf for glasses and brass rods for hanging everyday pots, pans and dishcloths, lend an air of a fashionable French bistro.

Parisian Kitchen Design
Add A Touch of Whimsy

This hanging bike pays homage to a favourite Parisian scene: commuters bringing home baguettes in the baskets of their bicycles.

Strike A Balance
The cooktop and range hood are intentionally centred with the island and its two sinks rather than with the ceiling-height cabinetry they sit between – a design move that reminds us of old Parisian restaurants.

Have A Sinking Feeling
Two well-spaced sinks in the island mean many hands can simultaneously be hard at work in this kitchen, whether prepping, cooking, cleaning or just tasting.

Cast a Hex
Modern hexagonal cement-look porcelain floor tiles offer a stunning juxtaposition to the otherwise traditional space.

Call On Copper
Parisian Kitchen Design
Call On Copper

Many French chefs contend that copper cookware is the best, so it’s a key component of a Parisian-style kitchen.

Get Ornamental
Parisian Kitchen Design
Get Ornamental

Ornate brass shelf brackets add old-world elegance to basic white shelves without looking too formal.

Parisian Kitchen Design

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