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Shannon Murray Interiors
Irvington This full kitchen renovation is now a modern, clean space filed with industrial design mixed with gold accents. There is a mixture of wood, leather, and stone to create a warm balance. White cabinets are topped off with black hardware and the look and feel of the kitchen flows seamlessly into the adjacent dining room.
Other Contributor: Architect, Douglas McClure Architect; Cabinets, Sleepy Hollow Custom Kitchens
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Ned and Cindy Stoll & Sarah Robertson
Stoll & Stoll Architects & Studio Dearborn
Sleepy Hollow A young family of four wanted a second home outside the city. The house sits atop a high ridge, and it needed to capture the spectacular view but also be functional for the homeowner, who loves to cook. Organic character oak was inspired by the oak trees on the property. White glass base cabinetry balances the design.
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Paula Greer, CKD and Senior Designer
New Rochelle This busy family of five put their kitchen to serious use, so appliance selection and prep space were key in this design. Three smaller rooms were opened up to create one large area consisting of the kitchen, family room, and dining area. The island, which is 12 feet long, is larger than the original kitchen. The new combination allows the family to host 30 people for a dinner party or holiday. A combination of finishes were used including a dark horizontal, grainy pattern for the island and range wall, while the wall cabinets are steel and glass to light up the back wall.
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Nancy Davilman & Sarah Robertson
ND Interiors & Studio Dearborn
White Plains This chic high-rise apartment is the home of empty nesters who wanted a dose of clean, contemporary glam. The kitchen was renovated to open it up to light and panoramic views of lower Westchester. Pale gray high gloss handle-less cabinetry is punctuated with touches of polished chrome. A built-in banquette and tall, polished chrome cabinet were also added for extra storage.