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Nov252014

Kitchens you will not find in the burbs

I am all about kitchens that are any combination of black, white, grey, wood and brass. And then I saw this, again by Gisbert Pöppler. It makes me want to move to a flat in Europe, because I don't think this will can be pulled off anywhere else. And OMG I kind of like the peach and green combo. It's TRUE. With the gold and brass accents it's so classy art deco (I would have gone with funkier chairs tho').  

 

This kitchen (also by Gisbert) is definitively more toned down than the previous one. I am completely smitten, perhaps moreso than the first. 

Reader Comments (7)

The peach and green is just awful. What a way to destroy a beautiful apartment.

25 Nov 2014 | Unregistered CommenterElizabeth

Peach and green - a little bit grandma, a little bit rock n roll. First kitchen def needs better table and chairs.
Love the brass rail tho, and the brass bench legs in the second kitchen.
I'm thinking the peachy green combo would look brighter in real life: but not convinced about those colours. The apartment shots look like student digs.

25 Nov 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMadonnaofCoogee

how you say in french: gouts et couleurs ne se discutent pas.
You like this green and peach combination or not but why leave this wall of cupboard creamy white? and the carpet?
I think it is not coherent but that's maybe what they wanted. Yes student flat

26 Nov 2014 | Unregistered Commenterhv

Students with an outstanding color sense!

26 Nov 2014 | Unregistered Commenterlpb

Green, peach and brass rail nice. Carpet, table, chairs and cabinets yuck.

27 Nov 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMillix

Someone drank way to many cocktails in the first few and the results were sprayed all over the place evidently

27 Nov 2014 | Unregistered Commentersteve mawson

It's refreshing seeing spaces that are not cookie cutter. They're still functional while expressive of the home owners personality and life experiences. I LOVE it!

30 Nov 2014 | Unregistered Commenterdebra

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