Thursday, 5 September 2013

Bistro Kitchen

Stylish, chic with a utilitarian charm the relaxed 'bistro' inspired kitchen. Bring the vibrant cafe culture to your own home with delicatessen graphics, utility cookware and no fuss linens.. Colour palette: chalkboard black, cappuccino and latte, stainless steel grey, herb green and milk white. Cook, eat, relax and enjoy! (This is a long post so it may take some time to load!)

Above image: by Frida Ramstedt of the brilliant blog Trendenser showing the House Doctor stand at Formex 2013 showing the gorgeous gourmet goodies of Nicolas Vehe 
Above images: 1.mini tajine in black from the super trendy shop Tierlantijn 2.gorgeous 'Beat' pendant lights 'Fat' and 'Tall' by Tom Dixon 3.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry (The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated) 4.Ultra useful Pantry Module 2 by The Salcombe Trading Company 5.Tarragon white wine vinegar by Nicolas Vehe from Tierlantijn 6.Stelton Miller black bread bag from Homebits
Above image: Restaurant and Pizzeria La Cucineria - Rome Italy






 RECIPE: Grilled Asparagus & Feta Salad from the fabulous blog Once Upon a Chef




















Above images: 1. wine thermometer from Menu by Norm 2.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry(The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated 3.Delicious food photography Trine Thorsen  4.re-useable zip bags by Nicolas Vehe from Tierlantijn  5. Fabulous food photography Trine Thorsen 6.the stunning dining chairs of blogger Pethra Etc 
Above image: Monocle Cafe London report by Superfuture
Above image: heavenly contemporary kitchen, dining space designed by  De Bosbeke
Above images: 1.Interior styling by Femke Pastijn 2.Series 7 chair in matte walnut by Arne Jacobsen from The Conran Shop 3.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry(The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated 4.Fritz Hansen showroom designed by Space Copenhagen (gorgeous idea for a kitchen!) 5.the brilliant 'Hang around' spoon designed by KiBiSi manufactured by Muuto from Twenty Twenty One 6. Hand cut gourmet spagetti (great packaging design) by Williams-Sonoma 
Above image: architectural photography by Confinivisi Italy of Greta's bar
Above images: 1. Fabulous photography of Trine Thorsen 2.'Frost' glassware by Stelton at Bungalow 5 3.Bottle pepper grinder from Menu by Norm Architects Copenhagen 4.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry(The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated 5.Cote Bastide linen tea towels from Atelier Home & Garden
Above image:pale wood and stone kitchen with a utilitarian industrial feel Marseille from the MK collectie - Middlekoop
Above image: pale blonde wood and grey at the super stylish Wiesergut Design Hotel Austria
Above images:(Every kitchen needs an espresso machine!)styling by Femke Pastijn 2. RECIPE: Grand Marnier Chocolate Volcano Cake from the Holland America Line Culinary Arts Centre 3.Editorial photography Line T. Klein 4.contemporary dining at The Kitchen on Maison Estate South Africa featured by Elle Decoration 5.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry(The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated 
Above image:Stunning black kitchen diner by Beatrix Rowe Interior Design (photography Shannon McGrath)
Above images and RECIPE: Coffee & Nutella Macarons by Call Me a Cup Cake
Above images: 1.Cappuccino mugs from Tierlantijn 2.Factory style industrial stool from Tierlantijn 3.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry(The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated 4.Fog linen cafe apron from Atelier Home & Garden  5.RECIPE: Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Ice cream by Naturally Ella 6.Huge industrial factory lighting, mixed chairs and rustic dining Menu by Norm Architects Copenhagen  
Above images:Capital Kitchen by Mim Design
Above image: clean contemporary pale wood kitchen by De Bosbeke
Above images: 1.Vintagte Medea chairs by Vittorio Nobili cira 1955 by Vintage Interiors 2.suggested colour scheme by The Paper Mulberry(The colour palettes I put together are my suggestions for the general room schemes and don't particularly refer to paint unless specifically stated 3.wine from the fabulous Maison Estate South Africa 4.Rozzi's bistro design by Mim Design 5.contemporary dining at The Kitchen on Maison Estate South Africa
Above image: Babel restaurant South Africa



For more information on anything shown in the above images and links to tutorials, please click on the names under each photograph to go through to their respective web sites. I create my mood boards/colour palettes with a computer programme called Photoshop by Adobe which is available for both Apple Mac and PC computers.

The colour swatches shown above I create as a suggestion for furnishings, carpets, ornaments, fixtures, fittings and paints. They do not come from manufacturers charts but I am sure that if you want to use them for paint colours that your favourite supplier will be happy to help match them.  

As always, if I have featured your photograph and you would rather I didn't, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will remove it with my sincerest apologies. 

With warmest wishes
 

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