This house is located in the middle of a rural area, close to Amsterdam and the kitchen diner has a beautiful view over the meadows. Therefore, the design of this kitchen was clear to me: natural materials and a spacious feel.
Coming from the living room, you’ll enter the kitchen by descending a three-step stairs, where you can see the green meadows through the wall-to-wall glass sliding doors. There is an open walk-through to those doors and the kitchen island is located on the right side of that. At the head of the island, you’ll find two bar seats. Between the kitchen and the sliding doors there’s enough space for the big round dining table, which invites you to sit down and relax. An eye-catcher above the table is Tom Dixon’s lamp ‘Melt Copper’. On the left wall a cast iron gas stove offers some extra comfort and warmth.
The floor is covered with ceramic tiles in the size of 1.20 square meters. These XXL tiles make the kitchen look cool and spacious. The doors of the dark grey kitchen are covered with a thin layer of metal stucco in a mix of copper and bronze. This industrial look communicates lovely with the shiny dining lamp and the copper arms of the coffee time clock (own design). The round, oak wooden table and the use of wooden accessories brings warmth to te industrial appearance of the kitchen.