Renovating with Resale in Mind

There are many reasons why homeowners decide to embark on a kitchen renovation: disintegrating cabinetry; outdated or undesirable styling; water damage from a leak or flood; or even the need for a new refrigerator that won’t fit into the existing space. Sometimes customers merely want to freshen up the room at minimal cost in order […]

Natural wood and ceramic bath accessories

Bathing Beauties

Without a doubt, kitchens are the most popular home renovation project. But running a close second is bathrooms. There’s good reason for this. These are the two rooms whose renewal have the greatest impact on everyday life. They also provide the biggest return on investment upon resale. Today’s homebuyers are looking for “move-in ready”, so […]

Home office features a classic white painted, custom desk with round polished stainless hardware and espresso brown top. The desk is positioned under a window with flax colored roman fabric shade flanked by custom white painted built-in open shelving. Design by Tom Vecchio of Bilotta Kitchens.

Desk Set

If you love classic movies (regardless of your age), you’ve probably seen “Desk Set”, a much-beloved 1957 rom-com starring Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. In it, Ms. Hepburn’s character was the go-to research librarian for a major TV network. Mr. Tracy’s character was a computer consultant hired to automate her department. The plot revolves around […]

Iron mountain painted Bilota peninsula is topped with a gray-veined quartz countertop

Two Heads Are Better Than One

The alchemy of collaboration is a well-known phenomenon. Ideas are bounced off one another and the magical spark of inspiration is born. This was the case when Bilotta Senior Designer, Thomas Vecchio, and Patrick J. Hamilton of Patrick James Hamilton Designs, partnered on the reimagination of a typical galley-style kitchen on Manhattan’s upper east side. […]

Holiday tablescape by designer Bryan McCay

The Art of the Holiday Table

As we enter the holiday season, and close out a most challenging year, we invite you to remember joyous times and anticipate more to come in 2021. Enjoy our annual Art of the Table memories below. From our tables to yours, we wish you a happy and safe holiday season! Through the following gallery of […]

Traditional coffered ceiling kitchen mixes rift cut oak island with portobello stain and soft white glazed cabinets.


“The family that cooks together has the most fun – especially when their kitchen is equipped with four ovens and tons of workspace.” Click here to read the full story as featured on the cover of Westchester HOME’s Winter 2020 edition. Snug Surroundings Crisp autumn air signals the approaching winter weather. But if your kitchen […]

Horizontal laminate cabinetry adds texture to a monochromatic contemporary kitchen. Floor to ceiling windows.

SPECIAL PROJECT FEATURE: Refreshing Your Vacation Style

If you’re using your second home as a primary residence in 2020, you probably consider it vital to your serenity and well-being. Whether it’s a beach house to dodge the summer heat, a bucolic country haven away from city life, or a sun-belt escape from the harsh northeast winters, it’s likely you’ve spent more time […]

Kitchen features white Bilotta cabinetry with brass hardware and herringbone patterned floor tile.


Small But Mighty This small kitchen may look big but it’s all an optical illusion thanks to a great layout and carefully selected finishes. The challenge at hand: how do you create an efficient kitchen layout, complete with all the must-have appliances, in a cramped and choppy room? In the case of this 1950s Tudor, […]

Jars of Preserved Fruits and Vegetables

Pantry Perfection

“Stuff has become the enemy. There always seems to be more of it than I have storage in my house.” -Rick Riordan, American Novelist Nowhere is this more apparent than in the kitchen. Our cabinets are crammed with pastas, grains, boxed broth, canned staples, sauces, and a jumble of spices (most likely duplicates). On our […]

Playful kitchen features Bilotta cabinetry with silver accents and dining area with feathered chandelier.

SPECIAL PROJECT FEATURE: Lively and Lighthearted

Lively and Lighthearted Once you cross the threshold of this traditional home, it’s apparent that you can’t judge a book by its colonial cover. The homeowners have an impressive collection of pop and modern art that harmonizes perfectly with their contemporary furnishings; they wanted to infuse the same clean and playful esthetic into their dated […]

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