L’Atelier Paris Haute Design introduces three new kitchen designs, arming clients with Michelin-tier cooking equipment.
Sleek design adds a hint of elegance to the space.
Bringing a taste of France to your kitchen now extends beyond a mean beef bourguignon recipe. Specializing in Parisian-inspired luxury kitchens and custom ranges, L’Atelier Paris Haute Design works with expert European craftspeople to produce spaces that are stylish, high-tech and functional. Despite the firm’s distinctive design aesthetic, each kitchen is created to model the lifestyle and preferences of its owner.
Liven your kitchen with a pop of green.
More recently, L’Atelier introduced three new design styles, each suited to the different overarching preferences of the firm’s discerning clientele. Le Classique is the ultimate tribute to the perennial chateau kitchen, drawing upon France as the origin of haute cuisine. With solid brass finishes and a traditional yet practical appeal, this space echoes the tastes of the greatest professional chefs. The second style, Le Transitionnel, takes a more modern approach by mixing current interior trends with timeless elements. In the same vein, Le Contemporaine exhibits a sophisticated style but can be customized with a vast array of materials and finishes. Not in the market for a full kitchen renovation? L’Atelier also provides custom French ranges on their own, guiding clients through the process of selecting each feature based on their cooking and entertaining styles. Each range falls under the category of either La Provençale, which has a more modern design, or La Grande Cuisine Professionelle, outfitted with the same power and endurance as that of a Michelin-level restaurant. With L’Atelier’s New York showroom currently open and following safety protocols, clients can view these styles up close and decide which version of French refinement to employ within their own homes. 67 E. 11th St.
A dark-hued aesthetic outfits the kitchen in a moody vibe.