Monet’s Blue Kitchen

by Ariane ~ January 27, 2011

monet-kitchenVery striking in Claude Monet’s kitchen at Giverny are the blue tiles that cover all the walls.
If you are inspired by Monet’s kitchen, here is a tip to bring Giverny into your home: traditionally manufactured tiles copying Monet’s tiles are now available. They are made in France and they look great. If you would like more information about the tiles, just leave a comment on this post, I will not publish it. You will get a direct answer in your mail box.

5 Responses to “Monet’s Blue Kitchen”

  1. Judy Akers Says:

    Does the museum gift shop still sell miniature replicas of the kitchen, dining room, and studio (room boxes)?

  2. Ariane Says:

    Judy: yes, the gift shop of Fondation Monet still sells many room boxes inspired by Monet’s home!

  3. Rebecca Says:

    please send me more information about the tiles, thanks.

  4. joan pikula Says:

    I would like to remodel my small kitchen using blue tiles inspired by Monet’s kitchen. I would like to include the yellow from the dining room to accent the room.

  5. Valorie Phillian Says:

    I would love to have some information on how I can purchase or order these tiles in the United States.
    Is it possible to purchase the dinnerware as well? If I recall, Lenox made it at one time and I think the gift shop
    stocked it or could order it if one desired to purchase settings.

    Merci d’avance.

    Dr. Valorie Phillian

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