This is the kitchen area of a newly built country house of the interior designer Isabel Lopez Quesada has created together with the architect Pablo Carvajal. It is striking that a modern kitchen has that old air and worn by use. Of course the stale effect It's frankly well done.
I recognize myself as an admirer of Isabel López Quesada, since her interiors have warmth and elegance, timelessness and is able, like no other decorator to get a rustic effect with a tiny dot, very "belle époque".
There are many obvious elements that help create the atmosphere of antiquity, one of the key points is the plank floor recovery wooden or the classic furniture in curve of the giant size kitchen hood. I love the details of the rivets on the back wall stainless steel.
The adjoining dining room returns to play with the old flavor, the stone fireplace with its ornate antique English porcelain fountains, the wooden table with faded iron buttresses, the rattan chairs and the kitsch touch, the upholstered armchairs with petit point of the headers.
A living kitchen area, with a taste of home and family. A success of Isabel López Quesada and Pablo Carvajal Don't you love the result?