“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.

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

Snug Surroundings

Crisp autumn air signals the approaching winter weather. But if your kitchen is as cozy and welcoming as this one, you’ll actually cherish more time indoors. An abundance of windows creates a bright and inviting environment that provides a front-row seat to the brilliant fall foliage.

Traditional kitchen features silver canister pendant lights, coffered ceiling and white painted Bilotta cabinets with a subtle glaze.

Comfort In The Classics

This pared-down traditional design incorporates time-honored details to create a warm family setting. Painted wood cabinets sport a subtle glaze that softens the finish. A portobello stain on rift cut oak provides contrast, with an applied glaze to highlight the texture of the wood grain.

Cozy seating area features a wet bar with granite countertop and rift cut oak cabinetry with portobello stain.


Room To Gather

Adjacent to the kitchen is an inviting seating area, complete with its own wet bar. What better place to settle with your laptop or tablet for remote working or learning? You’re within arm’s reach of a beverage, or a few steps away from lunch or a quick snack!

Eat-in area of kitchen features a versatile freestanding table designed to look like an extension of the island.

Dine-In Delight

Casual meals are served against a backdrop of contemporary floating shelves showcasing cookbooks and serving pieces, as well as a muted trellis-patterned backsplash tile.  This area is especially versatile. Although the table is usually nestled against the island, it’s actually freestanding and can be used as a desk during the day, or for additional diners at night.

Kitchen Designed by: Danielle Florie, Senior Designer | Post Written by: Paulette Gambacorta, Senior Designer