An original kitchen credenza
Irresistible and in tune with the times, this kitchen features decorative details that hit the mark. The superb worktop in red territe marble, Van Den Weghe, is combined with a credenza in artisanal earthenware on terracotta, Carrelages du Marais. This white earthenware focuses on originality with its octagonal shape but also its non-slender end. A fantasy finely enhanced by a wall painted in Farrow & Ball’s “Book Room Red” shade. A faultless decoration of the most inspiring!
A backsplash and kitchen wall in plain tiles
This large kitchen relies on openness and conviviality with a large central island covered with plain tiles. A tiling is available on the splashback as well as the hood and the walls. A demanding and welcoming total look that evokes these trendy and open restaurants that like to show everything that happens behind the stoves!
A black tiled kitchen splashback in white
In this small kitchen open to nature, the bias was to play the total look to make the stove area stand out from the decor. This is how Comptoir du Cérame artisanal terracotta tiling covers the worktop and the credenza. A hypnotic tale with its emphasis on black and white and its graphic shape.
A splashback in sky blue KitKat tiles
A retro atmosphere is assumed in this pastel kitchen with fronts that play the card of the total sky blue look. The tiled backsplash in the KitKat version blends into the decor by sporting the same shade. Chosen color, graphic tiling, layout with bench seat: this kitchen has the right dose of trendy arguments.