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The original kitchen in this home was significantly smaller and, although it had a butler’s pantry adjacent to it, the space was not utilized well. We were able to expand in the kitchen and create custom storage that fit our clients’ unique needs by removing the partition between the two spaces. Natural entertainers, our clients loved the idea of a kitchen island’s communal feel. We took into consideration the space constraints and instead introduced a congregation space with an engaged island. We layered in tones and textures with cooler hued cabinets, a contrasting marble tile backsplash, and warm wooden stools. We opted for a marriage of modern and vintage with shaker style cabinetry and paneling details and more modern fixtures. We were able to source meaningful art from a local artist in Sag Harbor, NY, that really completed the space.

For the bathrooms, we sourced handmade wall tiles in modern patterns and neutral tones. We went high-contrast with classic and modern fixtures and a diverse collection of finishes to create something truly distinctive.


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