Romantic and vintage, this stone kitchen is so seductive. When do we move in? Sigh.
The romance of a stone kitchen is preserved here by moving a kitchen into a room with vintage stone walls and floor but not making the space kitchen-y in the traditional sense. Minimizing the look of a kitchen starts with having no built in cabinets. There’s a large hutch on the main wall for dish storage, but little more. I do wonder where the refrigerator is placed and how that relates to the room but some things remain unknown.
Next to the freestanding Viking range is a marble-topped table that serves as the prep space. In a way, this could be an old house dining room converted to a kitchen. On the left, but just barely visible is a large antique stone sink on legs (unfortunately obscured by prop)s. The farm table seats six in this compact and multi-use space and doubles as a work surface. This is a no-fuss + nothing fitted = timeless kitchen. It’s original and was kept true to the simplicity and age of the house by the owner.
(Source: Elle Décor)
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