The kitchens along with the bathrooms are the rooms that reveal the passage of time in a house, so if you can give the kitchen a timeless classic look, as in this case, you will be right with the choice. This kitchen with black furniture and beech countertop (both from Ikea) achieves this effect thanks in part to the molding and dull furniture that combine perfectly with industrial-style luminaires and raw walls (untreated), which reveal the passage of time in the house (dating from 1880).
A kitchen with hundred percent Ikea furniture that is located in the apartment of a town near Berlin where Nora Eisermann and Laura Muthesius , food stylists needed to fit a functional and practical kitchen without giving up the style.
They chose Ikea furniture from LERHYTTAN for the low kitchen furniture, the classic metal handles, the beech countertop and the sink that imitates the old piles that together with the Glittran tap also contribute to create the traditional and rustic effect of the kitchen.
The industrial effect is marked by one of the walls that has been left untreated and shows the original appearance in which the kitchen was before the renovation, by the flexo wall sconces, the industrial kitchen lamp and the modular metal shelves.
A kitchen whose final result becomes the perfect setting to photograph the dishes they teach us on their blog Our Foodies Stories.