This simply in—actually, as of yesterday: a brand new assortment of cupboards by the French designer Inga Sempé for Reform. Known as Column, the designs are elegant and complicated—with some “authentic particulars that break with the conventions of the kitchen,” in line with Reform.
“Industrial kitchens usually look the identical as house kitchens as of late. Like a sum of cubes,” Sempé informed Reform. “We’re obliged to reside surrounded by these cubes, and I’m fed up with it. I simply wished to do one thing heat and totally different. Stunning and wealthy, however not antipathetic.”
Behold, the clear but curvilinear outcomes:
Proven is the kitchen in one among many colour and materials mixtures: pure oak handles and painted veneer cupboards within the colour Recent Cream.
Above: A closeup of the handles—and of the storage inside—all in white ash. Once we first featured it again in 2018, Copenhagen-based Reform supplied cupboard fronts designed to equipment out Ikea cupboard bins (see Ikea Kitchen Improve: 11 Customized Cupboard Firms for the Final Kitchen Hack)—however they’ve since grown to supply all their very own cupboard interiors as an alternative.
And for extra kitchen firms we like:
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