Design icons from the mid-20th century can be found in the modern house of Elisabeth from Graz. Eames furniture, the iconic USM shelves, or the Mondrian reproductions. All these items create an orderly and harmonious interior that refers consistently to the era. Lately, she decided to do a makeover of the kitchen using FRØPT fronts. See how it fits her favorite style.
How does your kitchen reflect your lifestyle?
I love being in nature so I wanted to bring “a little nature“ to my home in beautiful Graz, Austria by choosing the design of the natural veneer of FRØPT. The Stripe design has that cozy and stylish touch but something more: it’s a timeless and unique design with that WOW effect. I love it and it fits my sense of interior and lifestyle perfectly.
What do you like most about FRØPT?
I like the idea of combining IKEA kitchen cabinets with FRØPT fronts. The whole process of purchasing fronts is online, but thanks to the intuitive website and the tool for ordering fronts, everything was clear and transparent to me at every stage. I was pleased with the option of personalizing my kitchen. Thanks to the offer of masking panels, I was able to implement all my plans and create a kitchen, as per order. Now I can enjoy my new coffee corner.
Is the kitchen more important than other places in your apartment?
Our apartment has that open space floorplan, so the kitchen plays a central role here. For us, it was pretty important to have a unique kitchen that fits perfectly with our style of living. You have to know that I have not been a passionate cook before, but with the new kitchen, there was a little inner change to myself: I love to try new recipes and creating delicious meals. And I really enjoy this.
What is your definition of a curated kitchen?
I am a huge fan of individual styles. It was most important to create a unique kitchen in a mid-century modern style. I am totally in love with my new kitchen. It has high quality and it was customized for my special needs.
If you want to know more about Elisabeth kitchen, check here (German only)