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Walnut and Copper

Sands Point, Long Island, NY

New York Kitchen Designer and NYC Interior Designer Team Up

New York kitchen designer, Ken Kelly, and NYC Interior Designer, Andrew Petronio, collaborated with homeowners to update their historic “Gatsby” era home in Sands Point on the Long Island Sound. The designers preserved key custom elements from the original house including an existing floor, which continued throughout several adjacent rooms. The kitchen combines rich walnut wood, stone, copper, and glass. Exquisite cabinetry detailing and luxurious finishes create a classic ambiance consistent with the rest of the home. The designers increased the depth of several wall cabinets allowing for storage of larger plates and serving platters. The custom copper-plated cabinet hardware complements the sink, faucet, and white gold leaf back painted glass backsplash. As part of the transformation, the kitchen island was enlarged. The walk-in pantry was replaced with large pantries outfitted with rollouts and tray dividers to provide better access and ample storage. The kitchen transitions seamlessly to the dining area, kitchen office, and entertainment center complete with a SubZero wine refrigerator and icemaker. Read more details here…

Cabinetry Used:  The cabinetry is Bentwood, available exclusively at Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, and the finish is natural walnut.

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