The colors of coffee and fine wine are artistically blended in an astonishing contemporary kitchen with one show-stopper visual element: a theatrical kitchen mural in the style of the controversial Baroque painter Caravaggio.
Not everyone wants the gigantic muscular back of an unclothed man splashed on the wall behind the cooktop. But someone for whom historical imagery is a passion certainly did. It’s unforgettable and pitch perfect in this kitchen by London’s bespoke master Janine Stone. Elegant Java-tone paneling throughout the space continues into the kitchen cabinetry. With this and other minimalist rooms, everything is smooth and concealed. All edges are square, including the mirrored hood. Despite the über slick look, serious cooking can be done here since the kitchen is fitted with a cooktop, a sink on each side, double Gaggenau ovens and a built in Miele espresso maker.
Opposite the business side are long, low cabinets with toe-kick lighting and claret-hued glass paneling along the wall above. The super dark color scheme appears to be lit from below by a glossy white floor creating a high contrast look that any Baroque painter would love.
(Source: Janine Stone)
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