Eurolife’s Italian kitchen design style Ginevra (Vaniglia) comes with base units with white yellow pine doors, column units with kino moro yellow pine doors, wall units with glass doors, kino moro yellow pine frame and semitransparent smooth stopsol glass.
Restyling of traditional elements
This kitchen focuses on the restyling of traditional elements, like the masonry hood or the vintage design of the oven. The pale-coloured furnishings emphasize the natural light, blending together sunlight and the artificial illumination provided bythe suspended lamps with their ethnic spirit. Just a few simple touches turn the dining table into the focal point of the entire composition; the cereal bowls and natural fibro place mats announce the start of a day to be spent together.
Masonry hood with its wooden frame, complete with open shelving at the sides and a country-style utensil-holder rail.
The Art Deco structures highlight the romantic feel of this kitchen. The bright red shades of the cherry finish, and the elegantly vintage lines of the masonry hood, create the theme of this composition that plays on the antique effect of the honeycomb doors and decorated glass – an unusual echo of elegant Burano lace.
A variety of solutions
The shelves alongside the base units provide space that overflows into the living area, housing glasses, knick-knacks and books. The volume of the wall units – with their lift-up glass doors – stands out against the boiserie panel in mellow colours that decorates the most striking corners of the kitchen.
The choice of soft colours, reminiscent of the Provençal or Shabby Chic style, brings together all the senses, from sight to smell. The kitchen is actually the kingdom where the senses – above all, taste – are truly glorified. The colours are free of any hint of aggression, creating gentle environments with a comfortably lived-in feel.The bleached vanilla finish suggests a style centering on well-used objects, salvaged materials and vintage items of furniture.