Interiors

I started watching Chef’s Table, a Netflix documentary series detailing the lives and careers of the world’s top chefs and restauranteurs. It’s a provocative peek into the sacrifices and rewards of committing to a pursuit, serving up lessons on family, friends, career, and artistry. I’m only on episode 3 but so far I’m really enjoying it.

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about kitchens which has never happened before. I don’t really use my kitchen and I have never really used any of them in previous places either. But, you can’t just take it out entirely can you so I’m wondering how to streamline the kitchen to the point that it becomes a beautiful but still functional accent to a room instead of a messy distraction. Some solutions include, removing the upper cabinets to reveal an accent wall behind, using a consistent color palette throughout, incorporating high gloss finishes to bounce light around, and hiding appliances behind faux wall units… very un-chef-like I’m sure…

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