“Bistro on the Bay”
Southampton, Long Island, NY
Southampton White Painted Long Island Kitchen
This serene white painted kitchen overlooks the beach and is as calm and beautiful as its natural surroundings. Flooded with natural light and breathtaking views of Shinnecock Bay in Southampton, New York, the kitchen is outfitted with elegant Nordic white cabinetry in a Pasadena door style from Wood-Mode’s Brookhaven line. Kitchen designer, Mario Mulea, CR teamed up with Timothy Miller & Associates Interior Design to create a purely classic kitchen in a waterfront beach house in Southampton. Floor-to-ceiling cabinetry accommodates a remarkable amount of storage, and Mario’s clever open-plan design connects the kitchen with the adjacent beach patio, dining area, and living room allowing for a more sociable space. Floor-to-ceiling cabinetry accommodates a remarkable amount of storage, and Mario’s clever open-plan design connects the kitchen with the adjacent beach patio, dining area, and living room allowing for a more sociable space. The white perimeter countertops and backsplash have random splashes of gray and may look like honed marble but are actually from Silestone’s Nebula series in Lagoon. The kitchen island counter is 1 ½” thick wide-plank African mahogany with an ogee edge. The island’s elegant globe pendants are from Rejuvenation Lighting, and the French bistro chairs complete the timeless scheme. The custom-designed wood hearth houses a Wolf 48” range, and the hood insert is by Best. Read more details here…
Cabinetry Used: This kitchen features Wood-Mode’s Brookhaven Passedena doorstyle in Nordic White finish.
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