Last week, we discovered the work of Marie-Laure Helmkampf, interior designer living in the south of France.
Today, we take a closer look at this kitchen design to understand: Why do we like it ?
1. A balance of verticals and horizontals
Horizontal lines :
Horizontal lines :
Vertical lines :
- extend the height of a volume
- create more dynamic
- can be related to high trees, high vertical mountains, cliff
- too much of them can create a feeling of suffocation[/one_half_last]
In this kitchen, the verticals and horizontals are used wisely. The verticals are on one side of the room or used for the highest elements, creating thus more volume up high. Horizontal lines are wide giving a calming feeling to the space.
Tips : Make sure you balance the lines in any rooms of your house to create the right feeling. Depending if you want the room to look calm or dynamic, use more or less of verticals and horizontals.
- Curve line : charming, warm, traditional
- Straight line : Simple, modern, unpersonal
In this kitchen, they chose straight lines to keep the look modern and simple. The warmth and charm is added by other elements like materials and colors.
The colors chosen for this kitchen remain in the same tones of brown. The black and the green are added as touches to break the uniformity and give more dynamic to the room.
All the materials used in this kitchen are inspired from the nature : wood, and stone work together to bring a warm feeling. The look is authentic, surfaces look rough. A few vintage item like the blanck lamp and the high chairs, add the final touch to look cosy and warm.
Inspired by Nature !
Here are a few other landscapes from which the materials used in this kitchen are inspired.
I hope while reading this post you found yourself looking at your own kitchen or room wondering how are the lines or colors or materials organised !
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