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Until then, your vision was as tidy as your Pinterest board. Your future kitchen would be green, no questions asked. All you have to do is pick the colour... easy, right? Green 02 - Sombre forest or Green 03 - Vert de gris? Green 01 - Amandier grisé? Two-tone? Take a breath, you're only at the colour! U-Shape or framed, Mini-Rond brass or Liseret chrome handles... The list of choices is getting longer by the day. The good news is that our customers been through this before. The perfect opportunity to be inspired by their creations, in green (and against all odds).
Dated and not exactly functional, Marina and Nicolas' kitchen needed a makeover. The couple called on Studio Mariekke to design a space with plenty of storage, but still keeping within the aesthetic codes of the flat. With Green 01 - Amandier grisé above and Green 02 - Sombre forest below, interior designer Marie Froideval opted for a two-tone design to visually lighten the final product. Our brass Liseret handles create a common theme between the two modules, while the countertop's brass edge adds a graphic touch to the layout.
With its parquet flooring, wall mouldings and high ceilings, Hugo and Valentine's Parisian cocoon ticks all the boxes of Haussmanian-style. The perfect playground! Taking inspiration from the Shaker style, they opted for framed fronts, a retro look and muted colours. More original than grey, more unexpected than Blue 02 - Bleu nuit, our Green 02 - Sombre forest sublimates the kitchen. The Linéa handles add a contemporary touch to the ensemble.
What columns? At Jules and Antoine's place, the kitchen has been designed like a beautiful piece of furniture that blends seamlessly into their living room. Here, the appliances are hidden cleverly under the countertop. Captivating yet simplistic, even in their choice of fronts. With their built-in handles, our U-Shape doors and drawers (here in Green 03 - Vert de gris matte lacquer) do not need handles. Goodbye high cabinets, hello open shelves. Made of medium and painted in the same shade, they break the codes of a traditional kitchen!
How to increase storage space in an open kitchen without overloading it? Hint: it's all in the colour. Interior designer Dominique de Joux chose our Green 01 - Amandier grisé, which gives the room personality while remaining subtle. Functional without being imposing, the Metod columns allow household appliances to be easily packed away. Special mention to the three cabinet frames that seem to float above the countertop, emphasising the impression of lightness.
Endless storage space, built-in appliances, cleverly placed columns... This kitchen by Mon Plan d'Appart has been designed for everyday use. Our U-Shape fronts in Green 03 - Vert de gris matte lacquer give the room character, while the central island with its white doors visually separates the kitchen from the living room. The built-in handles give the kitchen a resolutely modern look, while the light wood shelves add a natural and warm touch!
On one side, two Metod columns make up the pantry. On the other, open shelves made from cover panels. Inspired by Anglo-Saxon kitchens that handle the art of aesthetics like no-other, this layout created at Studio Plum is off the beaten track. Simply highlighted by our Mini-Rond brass handles, the Green 03 - Vert de gris framed fronts give it a little relief, while the shelves open up the overhead units. We are already picturing the decorative books and dishes we can place there!
It's hard to believe that when Nicolas Payet first visited this Parisian flat, "false ceilings" and plywood walls reigned supreme. Not to the interior designers' taste, he chose to start with a blank canvas. A few blows with a sledgehammer later, and these beams full of character started to reveal themselves. Visible from the entrance, they form a natural claustra to delimit the rooms and highlight the kitchen, which sits pretty in our U-Shape fronts in Green 02 - Sombre forest matte lacquer. The white wall units above compliment the high ceilings.
Waste not, want not! Mathilde and Guillaume took advantage of the Metod cabinets already in place to rework their kitchen while keeping costs at bay. Installed in a flash, the cane doors give a new dimension to the wall units. No need for handles: invisible push-to-open knobs allow the fronts to take the spotlight. Downstairs, the couple opted for Green 02 - Sombre forest matte lacquer, highlighted by our brass Liseret. An impressive transformation indeed!
We had to look beyond dated decor and partition walls... say goodbye to the limitations of 70s architecture and hello to the most charming aspects of the era. Déborah Bettan nailed the brief with flying colours! The interior designer completely redesigned this Parisian flat to create a graphic cocoon. Open to the living room, the kitchen in our smooth Green 02 - Sombre forest matte lacquered fronts plays the geometry card, blending into the decor without going unnoticed. With their small white tiles and black joints, the splashback and countertop add the retro touch that completes this kitchen. Look closer: the same materials hide the column where the fridge lives, blending into the layout like a chameleon!