For the integral reform of this detached house, located in one of the most beautiful areas of Alella, the kitchen had for many years been relegated to the darkest room in the house. Obviously, this was raised because the way of living in homes has changed over time. The kitchen has become the center of life of the houses, whether family or not.
For this project we decided to make a radical change of focus and take the kitchen to the sunniest and lively side of the house and focus it towards the garden. In addition, we took the opportunity to expand that space a bit, which was originally the dining room, and steal a bit from an elevated area of the garden that served as a summer dining room. We were clear that the kitchen was going to be the soul of the house, so everything was worth to achieve our goal.
A very linear space was proposed, with luminous and fresh materials. Very natural As you can see in the images, we opted for white lacquer, with a Neoliht work envelope with fine gray streaks, natural oak synthetic parquet flooring and a gray tone wall to match the vein of the envelope. The window that opened onto the garden was enlarged, to achieve depth in the views and maximize the entry of natural light.
To make a contrast, we played with an old wood and marble table in dark gray, creating a small dining room for everyday life, which broke the sobriety of the room, crowned by a large wicker craft lamp pickled white.