Naturally in the kitchen
Nina is an independent marketing consultant and mother of three. Recently, the whole family decided to move from Berlin to the quiet town of Schwielowsee, an hour away from the capital of Germany. Living in the spirit of slow life, they love to relax together in the kitchen, preparing tasty and healthy meals.
When planning their new home from the very beginning, it was important to have a personal kitchen without compromises, well-designed in terms of storage space, but also one in which they would enjoy spending time together.
Nina’s kitchen is located in a large, lighted room, which gave her freedom in designing the interior.
The central place is taken by a kitchen island that allows for culinary experiments for the whole family.
Nina decided to choose IKEA bodies for the kitchen base, which she supplemented with American Walnut fronts in the Stripe model from the Norwegian Wood collection. For some of the upper cabinets, she chose smooth Sand fronts from the Terra collection. This combination perfectly harmonizes with each other and makes a spectacular impression on everyone who visits the household.
What do your rituals look like in the kitchen?
We try to start each morning with breakfast together, it is the most important moment of the day for us. We can talk and plan everything. However, we are happy with all the moments spent together in our kitchen on cooking and baking!
What does a personal kitchen mean to you?
For me, the kitchen is personal when stories are made in it and when it is a place where we all feel good and want to spend time together. The combination of new and old kitchen objects makes the kitchen full of emotions and memories.
What do you like best about FRØPT?
I like the way that thanks to you, an IKEA kitchen can turn into something extraordinary. It’s such a nice feeling to have something special that you can’t see everywhere in my neighborhood, especially in Berlin. I can confidently tell all my friends “buy cabinets at IKEA”, and at the same time, I do not have to be afraid that we will all have the same.