This fascinating eat-in kitchen belongs to and was created by the Parisian stylist / blogger Lucille Gauthier-Braud. First, she enlarged the windows to fill the kitchen with daylight. The kitchen furniture is Ikea Grytnäs kitchens – counters, cabinets and a sink – and all of them are personalized. A stainless steel plate frame and a Smeg gas stove with a stainless steel backsplash give the warm room an industrial element. Lucille made the pendant lights himself. The Ikea sink and birch countertop have a large window. The sideboard is an antique from Nantes and the vintage Italian lamp is from Guzzini. An old harvest table is paired with white vintage dining room chairs. A still life of candles and green twigs lay on a white plate.