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

Studio Peregallis Swiss VisionEuropean appeal is out in complete force in this Swiss kitchen area, which was produced by AD100 firm Studio Peregalli for a publisher customer. The kitchen areas wooden table and chairs were produced in the nations 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 kitchens, the ne plus ultra example is the cook space of Impressionist artist Claude Monet.

Studio Peregallis Swiss VisionEuropean charm is out in complete force in this Swiss cooking area, which was produced by AD100 company Studio Peregalli for a publisher customer. The kitchens wood table and chairs were produced in the nations Engadine Valley. The latter, which are Portuguese and date back to the 17th century, add a charming sense of blue and white to the Alpine area, which Architectural Digest went to in December 2012.
Photographed by Jaime Ardiles-Arce, Architectural Digest, November 2011A French Kitchen Reminiscent of a Famous Interiors TouchstoneFor many fans of blue-and-white cooking areas, the ne plus ultra example is the cook area of Impressionist artist Claude Monet. Found at his popular Giverny home, it provides the surrounding garden grounds of the property a run for their cash. This kitchen area includes much of the very same hallmark elements. Black conventional built-in French range? Inspect. Blue-and-white tiles seen behind it? Examine. A list of copper pots and a general embrace of wood? Check, check. Fittingly, this area, which appeared in a fall 2011 problem of Architectural Digest, lies in the nation area of Auvergne, France.Ahoy, this cooking area beckons..
Photographed by Jan Baldwin, Architectural Digest, July 2004.