A charming vintage kitchen

A charming vintage kitchen

The game of color and retro aesthetics of this rectangular kitchen They are enough reasons to transport us to a lovely family space. The furniture, in white and wood, was attached to the wall to make way for the true protagonist: the office, located in the center, and where to sit and enjoy tasty meals and pleasant tabletops without looking at the clock.

The taste for it vintage of the owner of the house, María Corsini, is also evident in the kitchen, by proudly exposing the crockery and the objects of the past in a recovered display case that, if he spoke, how many stories he would tell! In front of it, some matching upper modules and with spotlights at its base leave the glassware in sight. Small household appliances and metal jars of diverse contents line up on the countertop. The charm of the retro It coexists perfectly with few modern design elements that give the whole a very lively atmosphere.

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Both the coverings and the furniture line, with display cabinets in the upper modules, give the kitchen an attractive vintage touch.
This taste for the past harmonizes smoothly with modern pieces, such as the extractor hood or lamp. The design is the work of María López Montero, carried out by KitchenChic. Ceiling lamp, by Santa & Cole.

The office

An old showcase, restored and stripped by the owner, serves as an display for the dishes.
The collection of metal jars and glass jars accentuates the retro aesthetic of the kitchen. Next to it was the office, with a strong industrial trend, which combines iron and wood in perfect harmony. Chairs, by Calma Chechu. Manteles, by Sandra Marques.

Cupboard with patina effect

Cupboard Léontine, from Maisons du Monde (€ 449.90).

Round and design lamp

Ceiling light Aläng, from Ikea. 45 cm in diameter, provides diffused light (€ 39.90).

Infusion box

Metal box with compartments Tisanes, from Derrière la Porte (€ 22). For sale in La Oca.