Earthen structures on the Balearic Island of Formentera use natural materials for similar, yet unique, kitchens.
Sandy white beaches and clear turquoise seas call most people to the island, but the architectural beauty of the homes are what speak to the rest of us. Typical kitchens feature concrete cabinet shells with rustic wood plank doors and drawer fronts. The hardware is simple, like everything else in the room. An expanse of wooden counters provide plenty of prep and serve space. The lack of upper cabinets draw eyes toward the casement windows, and beyond. Concrete floors are lightly stained a golden color. … Continue Reading