A while back we featured the apartment above Marie-Sixtine’s flagship store in Paris.
Chez Marie Sixtine, by designer Sandrine Place and architect Baptiste Legué, is a two-room retreat cast in a palette of pastel pinks and blues. Here’s a look at the kitchen, plus ideas for re-creating the look. Above: The compact kitchen has a collection of mix and match ceramics, vintage Delftware, and a handmade copper pipe faucet. Photography by Julie Ansiau, courtesy of Marie-Sixtine. Above: The countertops and backsplash are made of terrazzo slab. Says Sandrine: “It’s less expensive than marble, and you can choose the color you want and also the size of the stone shards.” Photography by Julie Ansiau, courtesy of Marie-Sixtine. Materials
Above: Walls and cabinets are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground; $99 per gallon. Above: Slabs of traditional terrazzo can be sourced through Tectura Designs, including this Sage Terrazzo Slab, among other colors Appliances & Fixtures Above: For a US version of the white wall oven, the Miele PureLine SensorTronic 24-Inch Electric Wall Oven is $3,299 at AJ Madison, and the Frigidaire 24-Inch Electric Wall Oven is $1,073, also at AJ Madison. Above: The Fisher & Paykel 12-Inch Electric Induction Cooktop is laptop size; $1,099 at AJ Madison. Above: For more ideas on making your own faucets out of plumbing parts, see our post Trend Alert: 10 DIY Faucets Made from Plumbing Parts. Lighting Above: The Summit 1-Light FreeJack Pendant Light is $235 at All Modern. Another option is the Sonneman Micro Cone 1-Light Mini Pendant for $390 also at All Modern. Above: The Lee Broom Cut Crystal Light Bulb is $190 at Lightopia. For more, see our post High/Low: Cut-Crystal Light Bulbs.