Madame Decò 02
Skilfully crafted mirrors, inlaid in Venetian style and applied to the boiserie of Madame Decò Redor, are one of the strong points of this kitchen. The kitchen is made in brown Canaletto walnut wood with brass profiles which enhance its elegance, created by its simple geometric shapes.
Its name draws inspiration from Vincenzo Redor, a Venetian craftsman who, in 1504 patented a special process to produce the glass sheets which were then used to create the mirror.
Above the hob, the round-shaped suction hood is completely surrounded by a variety of solid-wood slats, which provide a harmonious light-and-dark contrast.