This fascinating eat-in-kitchen belongs and was created by Parisian stylist/blogger Lucille Gauthier-Braud. First of all, she enlarged the windows to fill the kitchen with natural light. The kitchen furniture is Ikea Grytnäs kitchen—counters, cabinets, and a sink—and all of them are personalized. A stainless steel plate rack and Smeg gas range with a stainless backsplash add an industrial element to the warm space. Lucille made the pendant lamps herself. The Ikea sink and birch countertop are fronted by a large window. The sideboard is an antique from Nantes, and the vintage Italian lamp on it is by Guzzini. An old harvest table is paired with vintage white dining chairs. A still life of candles and leafy sprigs corralled on a white plate.