New York City Kitchen Renovation with Architectural Details
This New York City kitchen renovation is high in style with beautiful architectural elements. The Manhattan apartment has beautiful views of the city, which couldn’t be seen from the original small galley kitchen. We opened up the kitchen wall and spilled the kitchen design into the living area to transform this space, allowing for much needed extra storage and seating with the bonus of a bar area. In an apartment, space comes at a premium. The goal was to make the most of every available inch in an artistic design statement that is both functional and aesthetically appealing. The curved, multi-level soffit design integrates these two spaces seamlessly. Read more details here…
Cabinetry Used: Brookhaven by Wood-Mode cherry cabinetry in Java finish. The door style is Bridgeport with a recessed frameless panel.
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