About The Project
Built in 1920, the space is a duplex loft boasting an abundance of natural light.
The unit was originally three bedrooms, but opened up the first floor into one large space and converted the second bedroom upstairs into an office.
What We Did
The most challenging aspect of the renovation was the kitchen renovation.
Aesthetically, the client wanted a space that was masculine, traditional, and eclectic, but keeping with the original industrial envelope.
To achieve that objective, we designed custom shaker style cabinets with professional appliances from Viking and Sub Zero. We paired this with a Caesarstone countertop and herringbone tile from Ann Sacks.
We added a wine cooler and beverage refrigerators to provide extra storage capacity and convenience while entertaining.
To keep the kitchen smells where they belong (outside of the house), we vented the hood to the outside.
We wanted to pay homage to the industrial feel of the building and added in black iron accents seen in the cabinet hardware, shelf brackets, railing, and bar stools.
We also refinished all of the floors, gutted the kitchen, and added a stair railing and built-in fireplace benches while maintaining the integrity of the early 20th-century architecture.