Photo by Tim Lenz and Adam Kane Macchia
Mamaroneck This 1920s-craftsman home has been in the husband’s family since 1940. His parents updated the original kitchen in the 1980s, but the layout was choppy. For the remodel, Sarah Robertson removed a maid’s room and bath to make space for an enlarged kitchen/family room with a better layout that opens to the dining area. A large wood countertop ties in with the walnut-lined cabinetry. Metal accents add a modern touch. Hand-painted brass-wire-mesh cabinetry hardware and window accents bring warmth and lend an old-world feel.
Other Contributor: Jaclyn A. Tyler, AIA LEED AP bd+c, principal of Tyler Architecture and Planning, PLLC
Photo by Tim Lenz
Mamaroneck In this kitchen renovation pale gray cabinetry was combined with a rift oak island and accents. Quartzite counters create a warm and inviting space that easily accommodates friends and family.
Other Contributors: Architect, Bana Choura, AIA, Choura Architect; Lighting and Tile, Lorrain Levinson Interiors
Photo by Joshua McHugh
Larchmont This extensive renovation of a 1929 Georgian includes a full kitchen remodel that maximizes function and style. Elena Frampton made an effort to preserve original qualities of the house and carefully edited more recent alterations. The backsplash tile goes all the way to the ceiling, enveloping the space. Gray, dark wood, and metals balance traditional and industrial styles. Added windows emphasize the indoor/outdoor relationship.