A portfolio of style to inspire your own.
The most communal room in the house—the kitchen—must also be the most functional room in the house. Personal style is on display for family and friends, and it has to peacefully coexist with a wide-ranging assortment of necessities. Appliances large and small, surfaces, cabinets, all large-scale items that have to work together to create a space that is comfortable, liveable, and inspires creativity, warmth, and a sense of home, but also performs the heavy lifting of meal prep for a family or caters to a large crowd. Here is a portfolio of kitchen style to inspire your next design adventure.
INDUSTRIAL | In his own loft-style apartment on Park Avenue South, Andrew Petronia of KA Design wanted to create a unique, elegant space. Bilotta senior designer Je Eakley worked with him to achieve a modern industrial look using dark, rich wood and metal cabinets and surfaces.
TAILORED | At 40 Bleecker Street the impeccable interiors by Ryan Korban merge refined detail with rich materials. Each kitchen combines fine craftsmanship with modern technology. Sculptural cantilevered and waterfall-style statuary marble islands are works of art, balancing the warmth of French oak floors and cerused oak cabinetry. Lefroy Brooks’ 1940 Fleetwood burnished nickel hardware and Miele appliances blend form and function for a sophisticated finish.
MODERN | In the Christopher Kennedy Compound for Palm Springs Modernism Week, Kennedy designed the kitchen which includes the latest in technology and innovation. Appliances from the newly launched Noir Collection by JennAir and plumbing by Brizo, both provided by Ferguson, are featured throughout, combining the latest in technology and design in a classic, midcentury envelope.
ELEGANT | Bilotta’s classic style is on display at The Four Seasons Private Residences New York, at 30 Park Place. The sunwashed kitchen spaces are outfitted with Bilotta Collection cabinetry in rift-cut white oak and Colorado white marble countertops. Bilotta designer Tom Vechhio worked with Robert A.M. Stern Architects to complete the 157 kitchens in the residences, giving them a contemporary, elegant, and warm feel.
COSMOPOLITAN | At Oceanwide Plaza in Los Angeles, Snaidero USA worked with design firm CallisonRTKL to incorporate their CODE kitchen system into the luxury multi-use towers. The kitchen systems are fully customizable with countertops available in granite and marble, laminate, stainless steel, and ceramic, among others. Cabinet configurations are endless, and are designed with ergonomic intelligence, with finishes in various lacquers, woods, and metals to create the perfect look for the kitchen.