Art Deco Luxury Living in Paris
The kitchen, decorated in shades of chocolate brown, turquoise and cream, looks out over a flower-filled courtyard and offers a tiny glimpse of the very tip of the Eiffel Tower. Reproductions of vintage Champagne advertisements complete the décor.
The kitchen is extremely large by Parisian standards and provides enough elbow-room to prepare dinner for eight. High-quality Bosch and Neff appliances, most concealed behind sleek custom cabinetry, include a roomy refrigerator/freezer, induction range, multi-function oven, full-size silent dishwasher, and exhaust hood.
Small appliances include a cappuccino maker, electric water kettle, toaster, French press coffee pot, and stick blender. A wide variety of knives, cooking utensils, heavy stainless steel pots,bakeware, dish towels, and aprons completes the batterie de cuisine.
The kitchen is also stocked with serving pieces, storage containers, full sets of dishes, glassware and flatware and food staples such as sugar, flour, coffee, tea, herbs, spices, oils, vinegars, pastas, jams, etc.
The kitchen also includes a large front-loading multi-function washing machine. Clothes can be line-dried overnight on the large folding laundry rack stored behind the kitchen door.