Gracious and timeless bespoke kitchen. The beige cooking range from Bertazzoni Heritage-series is a true ornament to the room. Recessed doors hand painted in the same color as the cooker. The pewter handles and knobs together with the visible exterior-mounted hinges gives a real sense of authentic furniture.
This original retro-kitchen have been equipped with a yellow Induction cooker from the Bertazzoni Professional-series. Beautiful snap handles and practical storage for groceries in glass containers. The cabinets have been repainted and the old worktop has been replaced with a new one, in laminate edged with oak and a whirl-pattern that complete the journey back in time.
This is the latest & greatest Poggenpohl display featured in the Dream Home event that took place at Miromar Design Center in Estero, FL. It won 2nd place Designer's Choice award.
This is the description by Poggenpohl: “we call it our KM (Kitchen Mile) Display which features Poggenpohl's two tone handleless design, countertops by Antolini's Precious Stone Crystal Agate and appliances by Bertazzoni Professional Series: F30PROXE Wall Oven & SO30PROX Speed Oven with 30" Trim kit”.
This Former tobacco boutique from 1944 was transformed to an astonishing 2-bedroom apartment. The kitchen is manufactured by the Swedish company MEIST (Meanwhile in Stockholm). Bold colors in green and blue that is matched up with the gray worktop in corian. The stainless steel induction cooker from the Professional series creates a nice contrast to the remaining furniture.
The kitchen was commissioned by Oscar winning costume designer Jacqueline Durran for her house in north London. She asked interior designer Mark Lewis for a space that was layered with aged textures but also contained very modern functionality. The Bertazzoni range was at the centre of the design that combined reclaimed wood paneling, grey lime plaster walls and carrara marble surfaces.
In this gorgeous house with perhaps Stockholms most breathtaking view we find a stainless steel cooker from the Bertazzoni Master-series. The dark kitchen cabinets in smoked oak create a beautiful contrast together with the worktop and backsplash in limestone.
The lone counter is evolved from a cast iron, porcelain enameled farmhouse sink. The salvaged sink is set within a sheet-metal counter held up with industrial railing. To the right sits a stainless-steel Bertazzoni range in keeping with the space’s commercial heritage. In love with the floor-to-ceiling windows!
When designing her kitchen, American Photographer Britt Lakin wanted the room to have a classic feel and not have matchy-matchy appliances. The Heritage Series in Black provided both form and function for this modern cottage kitchen.
Matte lacquered cabinetry in Magnolia White and Flannel Grey from Siematic. " Before the remodeling, this was a rather traditional house in a traditional neighborhood," Allen says. "The owners wanted to modernize the interior so it would be better suited to their lifestyle ." Allen decided to have a feature wall focused on the cooking and framed the area so that it was segmented from the rest of the kitchen. The Bertazzoni range is flanked by two pull-out stainless steel spice cabinets, so it also becomes an integral part of the feature wall.
The kitchen was designed around the commercial grade appliances. Unique features include custom cabinetry, poured concrete countertops and open shelving made from reclaimed barn wood. Custom cabinetry by Brian Grabski.
Traditional kitchen featuring a Bertazzoni W905MFENE. Cabinet doors recessed into the carcasses and prominent plinths in authentic historical style. Pewter shell handles and knobs, together with the black granit worktop, add a classical touch to the interior design.
Danish Interior Designer Nina Nyborg share her life between Italy and Copenhagen where she lives in a beautiful classic flat decorated by herself. In her spectacular kitchen we find a 90 cm white induction cooker and matching hood from the Professional series.
"I didn’t want this to look like a traditional kitchen, with lots of shelves and fitted units. I wanted people to look in and see a furnished room", says Nina