Monday, January 15, 2018
gold up to the ceiling
Gold up to the ceiling.
Handmade moroccan tiles, in spicy tones of gold and bamboo brown, cover the kitchen walls.
The painted pink wall showed stains everywhere. Not surprising, of course, in a kitchen where you work and cook daily.
The 'moroccan pink' wall was repainted several times, but eventually we opted for a practical tile wall, up to the ceiling.
The aim was to create a warm, inviting atmosphere.
I would choose the moroccan pink color again and I will miss it, but after a few years it's time for something else.
What color? not too safe and boring and no green because that's too trendy.
Choosing a color is not that easy, however we quickly agreed; g o l d
Not the shiny gold, but a natural golden brown, mustard, ocher, spicy and different one...
(This color is also my favorite for wool projects, because it combines with everything although is quite a peculiar color.)
So it was a mess in the kitchen for three days, but the tile craftsman did an awesome job and it has become a beautiful wall!
I'm very happy with the result. Especially when the sunlight peeked inside yesterday.
The light, reflection, texture and the shadows of the plants; awesome atmosphere!
Today I am going to clean and redecorate the kitchen.
Geplaatst door wood & wool stool op 2:43 PM
Labels: bamboo mirror, colored, gold, handmade tiles, home, houseplant, interior, interior design, january, kitchen, kitchen life, kitchen wall, kitchen window, monstera, moroccan, new, spicy, texture, tiles, vintage letter
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How beautiful it looks! Love Your kitchen.ReplyDelete
Could You please tell, what camera do You use? Amazing pictures (as always). Kisses!
Thanks! I'm using a Nikon D7000 camera. Have a nice day! cheers, IngridDelete
good choice !ReplyDelete
Merci Angeline! The color and texture are great, we are very happy with the result. Xx IngridDelete
Prachtig en ook zo mooi bij jullie vloer.ReplyDelete
wow .. It looks good :)ReplyDelete