Monet’s Kitchen

by Ariane ~ November 10, 2009

Monet’s kitchen at Giverny has a delicious flavor of old fashioned kitchens, where the scent of jam seems to be still floating in the air.

Monet, as a gourmet, was very interested by all what was going on in the kitchen, but in his times it was a place for women only. He had a very good cook and collected recipes for her to test.

The kitchen Monet designed for his house is very well organised. Spacey, it is covered with blue Norman tiles. It could look cold, but all this blue is enhanced by the shiny coppers. An amazing collection of saucepans, pots and kettles of every shapes, to prepare delicious meals for a large bourgeois family and distinguished guests.

4 Responses to “Monet’s Kitchen”

  1. Jeaneene Nooney Says:

    Lovely. Lovely. So cheery. Wish I had all that copper. : )

  2. Carol Says:

    I visited Giverny, and Monet’s kitchen and dining room had such an effect on me that I’m going to design mine after his!

  3. colleen Says:

    Where in France it is possible to find these tiles? Thanks

  4. Ariane Says:

    Colleen, I don’t know of retailers for the tiles, but we are happy to forward orders.

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