This is not your grandmother’s white kitchen – or maybe it is – if Granny lives in the most interesting city in the world, has impeccable taste, and only works with the best design firm in NYC.
For designer Bob Schwartz of St. Charles of New York, another specular space with a view and another discerning client does not equal just another workday. Instead, it’s a new opportunity to create another one-of-a-kind kitchen, no matter what color it is.
In this white-hot residence, Bob’s design task was to create a space that felt bright, open and uncluttered. His response was designing a kitchen with beautiful clean lines, incorporating sleek white cabinetry and integrated appliances for an overall sophisticated feel. Frosted glass in the wall cabinet doors mimic the window wall and keep the cabinets from feeling “heavy”. The addition of Stainless Steel as an accent wall helps reflect the light and provides the perfect surround for the wine cooler. Never one to let white be boring, Bob’s approach to the request for a white kitchen is “bring it on.” From where we stand, white never looked so good and we’re sure someone’s Granny has never been more pleased.