A wood oven in the kitchen
Ana Bacellar Heloisa Bacellar has preserved all the authenticity of the place by keeping the elements hard like this magnificent wood oven which must excel in the art of slow cooking.
Height under ceiling
Ana Bacellar Although the kitchen is huge, the mistress of the place occupies all the space and in particular the vertiginous height of these walls. We are the opposite of the fully equipped kitchen which hides pots and pans.
A majestic piano
Ana Bacellar You have to believe that this piano was intended to be found in this kitchen as its place seems logical. Framed by rustic dark wood furniture, this piano finds harmony thanks to its black color enhanced by the walls dyed blue-green.
Make way for paintings
Ana Bacellar When the walls are not occupied by kitchen equipment, they are covered with still life paintings. Heloisa Bacellar reminds us that the kitchen must be a magical place and not just functional.
Ana Bacellar Thanks to the copper in the pans, Heloisa Bacellar's kitchen is punctuated with touches of light that light up the furniture. In addition to being decorative elements, they are in the daily service of the cook. Beautiful and practical!
Ana Bacellar Some will see disorder, others freedom. Although accumulation is the key word in this kitchen, everything is sorted by type of material. In the end, the cuisine of Heloisa Bacellar turns into a museum of culinary art but a museum full of life and cheerfulness.
Ana Bacellar Far from being a unique space, we see that the adjoining rooms follow the same principle of accumulation. The back kitchen wall features a series of mugs while decorative plates decorate the walls of the dining room.
Larousse And to find out what smells scent this Brazilian cuisine, try Heloisa Bacellar's recipes grouped in the book "made in Brasil" by Larousse editions (€ 7.90).