Kitchen of the Week: An Efficient Cook Space in a Quiet Corner of Paris
A month ago, Margot profiled an uncommonly stylish starter apartment in Paris (see The Ultimate First Apartment: A Brother and Sister’s Shared Quarters). The redone flat on a quiet cul-de-sac in the 11th arrondissement is the work of designer Marianne Evennou, who again wielded her trademark way with color and use of interior windows for bringing in the Paris light.
Today we’re taking a closer look at the efficient shades-of-blue kitchen, with elements of the late-19th-century building still intact.
Photography by Gregory Timsit, courtesy of Marianne Evennou.
For more petite kitchens we love in the City of Light, see: