The island is the element which usually separates an from the dining or living spaces. A large kitchen island such as the one used here by can also serve as a bar, expanding the social area beyond the lounge spaces. The fact that the island had an exposed wood base also allows it to stand out and separate itself from the rest of the kitchen.
This is a design by in collaboration with . The overall impression is that of a very simple space with minimal furniture. The focus is not on perfection but rather on uniqueness. The black kitchen cabinet is the unexpected element which completes this space in the most wonderful way.
Skirted cabinetry, particularly under the sink, is a traditional country- or detail, and it can be found in French country kitchens as well. It makes sense that a décor style that takes its cues from countrified natural scapes would incorporate natural materials into its design. Stone, brick, and wood surfaces are plentiful in the French country kitchen. Evocative of the times when large families and guests would gather around, French country kitchens will (whenever space permits) incorporate a . This not only aids in food preparation activities, but it also provides space for bringing lots of people together, guests and hosts alike.
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