the niche of the kitchen completely tiled
detail of the niche
entire result: Vietri tile mix completed
And I am very glad that I did the last minute change for the "u"-shape "frame" around the niche. The bue tiles (Greca blu) would have been just too bold. However, it is still a frame as its pattern does not involve much with the rest of the mix but more with itself.
After all, I have to admit, the best would have been to just continue the mix on both sides of the niche without any "framing". We only ended up like that because we started running out of tiles and needed to think how to integrate some left-over tiles from the bathroom that do not really match the mix. But at the end we made it!
How many tiles did we break? Very few, I guess. Good job, grazie Tonino, Mimmo and Angelo!
Also special thanks to Angelo for his patience and for allowing me an extra day to redesign some areas in- and outside the niche.
Yesterday, Angelo also finished the painting of the kitchen walls with our pearl grey colour.
The parquet for the flooring will be delivered next week.
The kitchen will be deliverd mid of July - just in time for our summer holiday.
You might be interested in what inspired and reassured me to dare a wild mix: the Thun villa in Capri, an Australian villa in Positano, the D&G villa in Portofino and a restaurant in Sicilly.
Our supplier, Callipo in Vibo Valentia, has a good selection of Vietri tiles, thereof Francesco de Maio is our favorite manufacturer.