Simply gorgeous kitchens

 

Good morning my readers, I do hope you all have had a nice and relaxing weekend! Thank you so much for all your nice words about the Lefèvre Interiors project showed on my previous blogpost. I so appreciate all of your comments and thoughts!

Today I would love to talk about ‘simple’, however ‘simply beautiful’ kitchens!

 

The first kitchen is of Belgian antiques dealers Brigitte & Alain Garnier and has always been one of my favorite kitchens.

The combination of the beamed ceiling, the bluestone floor tiles and the simplicity of the chosen materials for the kitchen cabinets, sink and counters is wonderful. The structure in reinforced concrete creates a nice continuation of the neutral chosen colors of the room and the wooden cabinet doors.

Notice the steel window !

This kitchen has been published in a lot of renown interior design magazines.The next two photos of this kitchen are taken by my favorite Belgian photographer Claude Smekens. Claude always knows exactly how to capture the atmosphere of a room.

2Kitchen of Brigitte & Alain Garnier www.garnier.be  (source here) Photo credit Claude Smekens

 

1Kitchen of Brigitte & Alain Garnier www.garnier.be (source here) Photo credit Claude Smekens

 

5Kitchen of Brigitte & Alain Garnier www.garnier.be

 

6Kitchen of Brigitte & Alain Garnier www.garnier.be

 

BRIGITTE & ALAIN GARNIER ANTIQUES

WWW.GARNIER.BE

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The next kitchen I found on the website of the Belgian guesthouse ‘Heerlijkheid van Marrem’. This guesthouse is definitely a must for those who would love to spend some time at the Belgian country side and who love all things pure and natural.

Here again is chosen for purity and an uncluttered look without going bare or cold.

24Kitchen Belgian guesthouse Heerlijkheid van Marrem http://www.heerlijkheidvanmarrem.be

 

25Kitchen Belgian guesthouse Heerlijkheid van Marrem http://www.heerlijkheidvanmarrem.be

 

26Kitchen Belgian guesthouse Heerlijkheid van Marrem http://www.heerlijkheidvanmarrem.be

Love these rough boarded cabinet doors.

 

GUESTHOUSE HEERLIJKHEID VAN MARREM

WWW.HEERLIJKHEIDVANMARREM.BE

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For those who follow my blog since a while do know that I love the kitchen of Susan, author of the blog Two Maisons and living in France. I already posted about Susan’s kitchen in one of my last year’s kitchen posts (here).

Susan used old cheese planks for the kitchen cabinet doors and drawers.

10Kitchen of Susan, the author of the blog Two Maisons

 

12Kitchen of Susan, the author of the blog Two Maisons

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Beautiful kitchen with oak boarded cabinet doors and shelving.

30Source Haus Design blog

 

Don’t you love this Moroccan kitchen? I might think this kitchen is executed with tadelakt plaster. Gorgeous!

22Source Remodelista blog

 

I couldn’t take my eyes off this beautiful and uncluttered kitchen the moment I discovered it on Joni’s blog Cote de Texas!

21Source Cote de Texas blog

 

This kitchen I do love because of all the white tiles used here which creates a very peaceful atmosphere. And the tiles are very beautiful in combination with the dark floortiles.

9 Source Remodelista blog

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One of my favorite US designers is the Houston based designer Pam Pierce, who you all might know. I love her design style, which is frequently based on the Belgian style.

I just love this kitchen of Pam Pierce. A very pure style kitchen with well chosen basic furniture and gorgeous decorative items as the table lamp and painting. I love the glimpse of the linen covered seat here!

14Pam Pierce Designs http://www.ppiercedesigns.com Photo credit Stephen Karlisch

PIERCE DESIGNS & ASSOCIATES

WWW.PPIERCEDESIGNS.COM

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Some more examples of ‘simply gorgeous’ kitchens.

7Source unknown

 

8Source unknown

 

Notice the tiles used on the table top!

18Source Côté Maison  Photo credit Henri del Olmo

 

What about you? Do you love these pure style kitchens?

xx

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