Best Use of Small Space



By Jessica Shayn

 

Jaclyn A. Tyler, AIA LEED AP BD+C, principal
Tyler Architecture and Planning, PLLC

Harrison After years of living in Brooklyn, this couple relocated to a suburban home. As daily cooks, they missed the highly efficient layout and modern appointments of their former apartment, however, the owners desired to live and entertain in an open concept layout. The existing supporting wall between the living room and kitchen was removed to open up the space and interior finishes were chosen to provide a warm and contemporary feel.

Other Contributor: Contractor, Dawkins Development Group, Inc.

 

 
Photo by Guillermo Novella

 

Samantha Knapp, Creative Director
Tiger Lily’s Greenwich

Pelham An otherwise unused nook gets put to use thanks to some clever ingenuity. This space was carved out between a family room and powder room and added a little whimsy for entertaining for the homeowner. The bar includes a kegerator, plenty of storage for bottles, and a carved circular family crest.

Other Contributor: Contractor, Michael Guttilla Contracting

 


Photo by Peter Krupenye

 

Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, ASID, Christine Lent, AIA, and John Rapetti, AIA Assoc.
Carol Kurth Architecture + Carol Kurth Interiors

Chappaqua A former mudroom was transformed into a multifunctional space including a laundry room, office, pantry, and beverage center that keeps the space organized and the clutter off the counters and out of the kitchen. There is an integrated veneer-paneled closet and wine fridge, cabinetry, and shelving above the laundry area, plus an undermount sink.

Other Contributor: Leicht

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