Kitchens have become the centers of most peoples’ homes—the actual and metaphorical heart of where they live. The kitchen is the place where friends and family gather, cook together, dine together, converse, and create memories of being together.
The new Pret-a-Porter program and range colors from L’Atelier Paris will make your kitchen a feast for the eyes as well. What happens every season in Paris ready-to-wear fashion, is now happening in your own kitchen.
As the founder and CEO of L’Atelier Paris, Ricardo Moraes, says, “We are excited to launch our Pret-a-Porter program, which offers our clients unparalleled customization options for their kitchen appliances, paired with our best-in-class service that will redefine the industry standard for delivery times on made-to-order ranges.”
The recipe for making this happen in your own kitchen is a fast and easy one. This new initiative allows you to choose your range and have it fully customized within 12 weeks. These ready-to-cook ranges are akin to ready-to-wear Paris fashion.
The state-of-the-art ranges are as much practical elements in your kitchen as they are decorative ones. Michelin-starred chefs and noted restaurateurs around the world have long embraced L’Atelier Paris equipment—for they represent the perfect recipe for culinary success. The process for anyone is easy: You select the type of range you wish (Provençal or La Grande), the style you prefer, and then your choice of color. Twelve weeks later, you’re ready to cook.
Just as fashion enthusiasts attend runway shows to see the season’s newest color combinations, so, too, does L’Atelier believe in reinvigorating your kitchen with colorful ranges. The new and exclusive Pret-a-Porter 2023 Color Collection for this season includes: Spanish Moss, Dark Oak, Jade, Raspberry Blush, and Redend Point.
The original full palette of L’Atelier Paris ranges is also still available. Visit L’Atelier Paris to learn more about the Pret-a-Porter program and to find the right range for your next project.
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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF L’ATELIER PARIS
WRITTEN BY DAVID MASELLO, MILIEU EXECUTIVE EDITOR