Recognized as the father of Impressionism, an artistic movement that awakened an unprecedented sensitivity to the impact of light on images, Monet’s art remains in the house he lived in for 40 years in Giverny in northern France.
Surrounded by the gardens that the painter made famous in several of his works, the colorful interior of the house deserves its own chapter, especially its kitchen.
This space’s blue and white floors and walls create a tranquil and controlled luminosity. Copper pots, one of the most important utensils in the set, give it an original touch.
Every time we want to give a new air to this fundamental space of the home, we refer to Monet’s blue kitchen.