Modern Kitchen & Transitional Kitchen, NYC

KOHN ARCHITECTURE is experienced working in a range of styles, from the traditional to the modern, with blends of different styles to meet a variety of design and taste requirements.
The transitional-style kitchen designed for a Classic Six apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side combines traditional design elements with more modern details. The custom built-in cabinets with dark slate countertops contrast with the light-framed cabinets. A traditional farmhouse-style sink and rustic tile backsplash contrast with the industrial feel of the light fixtures. A cabinet-depth SubZero refrigerator is subtly concealed behind the integral framed wood panels. Unique oak herringbone floors flow throughout the kitchen and into the open adjoining living area of the apartment.
This ultra-modern open kitchen was designed to be the central hub of a four-bedroom Upper East Side apartment. The white Caesarstone countertops and built-in appliances create a sleek minimalistic look, while the warmth of the natural walnut veneer on the inward-facing cabinets keeps the kitchen from becoming stark and cold. Sculptural chrome, glass and wood shelving, and integrated lighting further enliven the design to create a unique kitchen/family gathering center.

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