Lately we’ve been admiring the Instagram feed of Parisian stylist/blogger Lucille Gauthier-Braud. We’re particularly fascinated by her eat-in-kitchen, which, though located in the Marais, looks straight out of the French countryside. Three years ago, Lucille and her husband, Charles overhauled their apartment, knocking down walls to allow for a large open space for cooking and gathering. The addition of a verriére, a skylight, adds lots of natural light. Here are the design elements to create your own Parisian kitchen au naturel.
Photography by Lucille Gauthier-Braud.
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Here are more of our favorite interiors from France:
- The Power of Pastels: A Color-Blocked Family Loft in France
- An Ikea Kitchen in a Greenhouse, Paris Edition
- A Burgundy Chateau, Hotel Edition
- Steal This Look: A Parisian Oyster Party
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on July 14, 2015.
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