Kitchen-centric

The home is a vibrant combination of the classic design and modern living, and the kitchen is a part of the home where that combination is the most evident, most experienced and maybe most beautiful. The materials are time-tested and have endured in construction for centuries: plaster walls, limestone flooring, marble work surfaces. But all the forms are well-edited and stripped of detail so that those timeless materials appear more modern. The kitchen is organized for cooking, focusing on a large island for prepping and the cooktop nook for preparation.  The seating is covered in classic linen and velvet, but those fabrics are actually made for outdoor and can withstand any kind of spills. A custom steel table pulled up to a banquette calls for lounging and lingering in the kitchen long after the dishes are done. This kitchen balances warmth and elegance for graceful living.

Credits:

  • Interior Design: Marcus Mohon Interiors
  • Photography: Dror Baldinger
  • Home Builder: Dalgleish Construction Company
  • Landscape: James Hyatt Studio
  • Publication: Luxe Interiors + Design
A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it
George Moore
The light is what guides you home, the warmth is what keeps you there.
Ellie Rodriguez
Bleached sycamore combined with cerused oak, sets the butler's pantry apart. Above you see it open and closed.

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