François and Raphaëlle's compact Paris kitchen, which they designed as tightly as a ship to be a clutter-free, highly functional space, with cozy touches like vintage lamps and inexpensive framed reproduction artwork...
They didn't spend a lot of money or sacrifice on necessities, instead utilizing every inch of space, with vertical cabinets going up to the ceiling and room for a stacking washer and dryer.
The advantage to having a small space is that everything is just within reach.
Artwork and soft lighting augment the overhead lighting and natural light from the window, to give the room a homey glow.
They're even installed a narrow counter with stools for quick breakfasts and coffee breaks. For the full house tour, go here. Kristin Hohenadel blogging from rue Vieille du Temple, Paris, France. She can be reached at kristin @ apartmenttherapy . com