ISBN : 0500514453
Autor : Linda Dannenberg Photographs by Guy Bouchet
Editorial : Thames & Hudson
Cubierta : tapa dura con sobrecubierta
Páginas : 224 pág.
Color : + de 200 ilustraciones a color
Idioma : Ingles
25.4 x 20.3 cm-----
Distinguished by striking craftsmanship, bold colours and vintage accents, the French country kitchen – rustic retreat or urban oasis – is always unique and inviting.
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This beautiful celebration of France’s real-life kitchens takes us
into dozens of kitchens that capture the spirit of their regions, the
designs and the details – from colour palettes to collectibles – that
create inviting, functional and personal spaces.
a remarkable new ‘eighteenth-century’ kitchen in the heart of Paris
with elements dating from the 1700s; an airy family kitchen in a
Provençal house that was once a grain mill; a dramatic, elegant
farmhouse in Saint-Rémyde-Provence; a romantic country kitchen in a
village in the Île-de-France; and a casual Parisian space – once an
atelier occupied by Pablo Picasso with subtle, restrained mosaics.
elements are examined in depth, from tile work to the French way with
colour. You’ll even find recipes that capture the spirit of the French
With an extensive directory of sources, more than 200 full-colour photographs, and evocative text, French Country Kitchens is an inspiring guide to re-creating a little corner of France in the heart of your own home.
is the author of numerous books on French design and cuisine, including
New French Country, also published by Thames & Hudson. She also
contributes to many publications, among them Travel + Leisure and the New York Times. She lives in New York. Guy Bouchet, one of France’s most esteemed lifestyle photographers, is the co-creator of New French Country. His photographs also appear frequently in Architectural Digest and Elle Decor. He lives in Paris and Burgundy.