Opt for the walnut in the kitchen
A design kitchen that focuses on walnut, you're tempted? This type of wood invests the kitchen to bring modernity and softness to the central room of the house. Côté Maison invites you to discover 4 kitchens that have opted for walnut. A decorative trend to remember!
My first is an essence among the noblest, my second a room dedicated to activities sometimes messy. So we could think that walnut is a wood that has nothing to do in a kitchen, but it's the opposite if you marry it to another material. Demonstration.
A contemporary kitchen mixing stainless steel and walnut
In the duplex gallerists Guillaume Foucher and Frédérique Biousse, renovated by the architect Anthony David Tuil. The island of the kitchen marries canaletto walnut with horizontal veining with a worktop in stainless steel (Poliform Varenna at Silvera).
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Marry Corian and walnut for a modern kitchen
Near Nantes, in a contemporary house. The large open kitchen (Schmidt) combines walnut veneer blocks and a thick Corian worktop with rolling stainless steel curtains that enhance the modernity of the whole.
We opt for the mixture of walnut and lacquered panels in the kitchen
In a Parisian apartment completely transformed by designer Ramy Fischler. The kitchen, designed by him, associates storage spaces in satin white lacquered panels with walnut structure and worktop. Ramyfischler.com.
Walnut and polished concrete for a stylish urban kitchen
This kitchen "Metropole" without handles honors solid walnut and matte veneer on drawers and cupboards, available in slats and panels. The worktop and credence were made in polished concrete (La Cuisine française).