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WALNUT FLAVOUR



KITCHEN

In the relatively small kitchen area you will find a lot of details, typical of Le bon, which will make your time in the kitchen more pleasant:


The subtle metal construction provides lighting for the worktop and provides generous space for dishes, decorations and flowers.


A wooden beam optically separates the kitchen from the living room. Notice the small drawer and the niche with the electrical outlet. Charged mobile phones are tidy and yet at hand. The water-resistant box above the sink is ideal for growing of herbs.


The sliding door on the outside of the island does not need any space when opened.


The sink is seamlessly integrated into Corian worktop. As Corian is not as hard as glass or stone, the sink has a durable stainless steel bottom.


The furniture is complemented by a BORA extractor hood, a reliable Miele oven, a small wine cellar and a Liebherr fridge with a biofresh zone, which keeps the vegetables fresh for much longer than a conventional fridge .




 

BATHROOMS

The walnut veneer vanity unit in the main bathroom is playful and light. It is complemented by simple round mirrors.

Thanks to the compact laminate used, the shelves above the bathtub are waterproof and the occasional water from the shower will not make any damage.


The second bathroom was dominated by a large boiler, partially sunk into the wall. We hid it in a closet, which also provides a lot of additional storage space.





 


BOOK SHELVES

For many decades, there was only a huge open niche by the stairs. Now an airy book shelves made of walnut veneer with a distinctive structure have found a place in it.






 


ENTRANCE HALL

The tiny area has everything we need when arriving and leaving the house. Cabinets, shoe shelves, mirror and benches for sitting. It is made of solid walnut wood.







 

HOW DID THIS PROJECT GO?

This interior is located on the opposite side of Czech republic and it might seem that its creation could be complicated. On the contrary. Clients came to our showroom only once. We discussed their needs, requirements and ideas in detail and all other communication took place online. The individual parts were then assembled in stages, some even after moving in.


 

Are you planning a new home or renovation? Contact us and together we will create extraordinary things.



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