Scandinavian industrial transformer

This kitchen housed in a townhouse built in the 90s has undergone a metamorphosis! To bring it up to date and make it more functional, nothing has been neglected. Even the living room cupboard and the powder room gave him a few square feet. Half Scandinavian, half-industrial, this piece decorated with white, black, wood, stainless steel and ceramic concrete imitation honors a high decor in contrast.



Thus connected to the wall, the island became peninsula is much more spacious and friendly with the addition of stools. Just like the pantry with stainless steel doors, its sides were covered with walnut slats. A beautiful infusion of heat!

Opening onto the dining room, the kitchen evokes the bistro spirit with its open wooden shelves. The recessed cupboard section is perfect for serving dishes in the adjacent room.

Large ceramic imitation concrete tiles combine with suspended stools and fixtures to give an industrial accent to the decor, while white and wood give it a more Scandinavian look.

Just steps from the kitchen, the dining room is unveiled in the same style, playing on the contrasts of black and white and textures.


  • Wardrobes $ 7, 529
  • Quartz countertops $ 3, 445
  • Ceramic (floor) $ 1, 174
  • Ceramic (backsplash) $ 250
  • Appliances $ 4, 363
  • Taps $ 1, 319
  • Wood cladding $ 250
  • Painting $ 80
  • Lighting 240 $
  • Stools $ 267

TOTAL $ 18, 917

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