15 Dreamy Blue and White Kitchens from the Pages of ‘AD’

Studio Peregallis Swiss VisionEuropean beauty is out completely force in this Swiss kitchen area, which was developed by AD100 company Studio Peregalli for a publisher customer. The cooking areas wooden table and chairs were developed in the nations Engadine Valley. The star-shaped pendant light and flower backsplash tiles were, however, another story. The latter, which are Portuguese and date back to the 17th century, include a charming sense of white and blue to the Alpine area, which Architectural Digest visited in December 2012. They are also proof of the companys effort to “use old products whenever possible, because of their rich patina,” as architect Laura Sartori Rimini stated at the time. Other notes of blue and white can be seen elsewhere throughout the interior, from a declaration dish here to a well-place dish towel there. Giverny? No, however close..
Photographed by Jaime Ardiles-Arce, Architectural Digest, November 2011A French Kitchen Reminiscent of a Famous Interiors TouchstoneFor lots of fans of blue-and-white kitchen areas, the ne plus ultra example is the cook space of Impressionist artist Claude Monet. This kitchen area consists of many of the same trademark components. Blue-and-white tiles seen behind it?
Photographed by Jan Baldwin, Architectural Digest, July 2004.

Studio Peregallis Swiss VisionEuropean beauty is out in complete force in this Swiss kitchen, which was developed by AD100 company Studio Peregalli for a publisher client. The kitchens wooden table and chairs were developed in the countrys Engadine Valley. Photographed by Jaime Ardiles-Arce, Architectural Digest, November 2011A French Kitchen Reminiscent of a Famous Interiors TouchstoneFor lots of fans of blue-and-white cooking areas, the ne plus ultra example is the cook space of Impressionist artist Claude Monet.