an unexpected mix.


i love the look of this eclectic kitchen and dining space. a artful mix of re-purposed vintage elements create a surprising modern look in this classically european space designed by berlin-based gisbert Pöppler. i wouldn’t necessarily envision mixing these teal green cabinets with brass knobs and utensil railing; nor would i have imagined adding the ornate looking display cabinet, but this kitchen has that rare unexpected vibe that really works well together. that cabinet is actually an antique farmhouse wardrobe reinvented as china cabinet, and the travertine marble dining table was once a display counter rescued from a now defunct German department store. add a sky blue ceiling and that gorgeous pendant lamp and it’s all quite genius together!



• photography by Wolfgang Stahr.

8 Responses to “an unexpected mix.”
  1. margarita says:

    OMG I am so in love with thouse green cabinets and mix of antique and new, the room dimensions, the flooring and the details!!

  2. Sally says:

    That blue ceiling is total perfection! Such a gorgeous space.

  3. Zandra Zuraw says:

    Oh my gosh, this is right up my alley! LOVE the brass faucet and extra-long utensil bar! And, like you’ve said, the green cabinets, antique upper cabinet, blue ceiling,…all of it mixed together is just perfect! Thanks for sharing and where did you come across it?

  4. Wow. This is one of those spaces that shouldn’t work but oh my god, it’s breathtaking! Just stunning! xxx

  5. kim says:

    this is what Bunny Williams calls “a moment” in design. just perfect together.

  6. Kimberly says:

    MY.GOD. Take me there. This is inspiring on so many levels. In love.

  7. Laura says:

    I would love to know paint colors for the blue ceiling and soft pink walls. Beautiful room!

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