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Regina Bilotta or Bilotta Kitchens

Regina Bilotta was recently interviewed by Aspire Home and Design about design trends and developments in the kitchen design industry. Regina predicts that clean, simple design will remain popular, as well as multi-function appliances which help to streamline the kitchen by reducing the number of items that are required. In terms of trends, she mentioned that many clients are incorporating smart home systems into their kitchen designs and are requesting either metal finish cabinetry or natural wood cabinetry with neutral finishes.

Much of Regina’s design inspiration comes from cooking and entertaining with friends and family. Read the full interview in Aspire Design And Home to learn more about Regina’s personal design style, favorite meals to prepare and more.

 

Mid-century modern inspired glass house with Bilotta walnut veneer cabinetry and quartz countertop in concrete.A glass Hudson Valley home that was inspired by the renowned mid-century experimental “Case Study Homes”, specifically the Stahl House in Los Angeles, was recently featured in a New York Times slideshow, as well as in an article in the Hudson Valley Magazine.

The architect-owners had two priorities for the project: 1) use of original materials and 2) creating an outdoor-indoor connection. The glass home is largely constructed from Anderson sliders and glued, laminated timbers. The interior materials, such as the heart pine on the ceiling, walnut on the island and wall cabinetry and central stone fireplace, are a mix of natural wood, metal, stone and concrete and were selected to echo the forested surroundings.

The kitchen, designed by Aston Smith of Bilotta Kitchens, features natural walnut quarter-sawn cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops in “Concrete” and a Carrera marble backsplash with beautiful gray veining. The custom lighting was built from readily available components. It creates a diamond pattern across the ceiling and illuminates the beautiful pine ceiling. The kitchen design makes use of hidden storage in the island and pull-out drawers in the pantry for food and smaller appliances, keeping the counters and island top free from clutter.

View the full slideshow from the New York Times here.
Read the full article from the Hudson Valley Magazine here.

 

Aspire Metro "Partnering with Pros to Create Your Dream Kitchen" webinarBilotta Kitchens designer, Aston Smith, was a featured panelist in a recent webinar by Aspire Design & Home Magazine. The kitchen is generally the most used room in a home, and often represents the single greatest financial investment for a remodel or new construction. In the webinar, titled “Partnering with Pros to Create Your Dream Kitchen”, Aston shows examples and discusses several current kitchen design trends, including those that have come about due to the pandemic. She also shares which kitchen design elements are most critical and explains the benefits of working with an experienced designer.

Watch the Aspire Metro webinar recording.

 

Hastings-on-Hudson kitchen features a marble-topped custom walnut island and white Bilotta cabinetry with brushed brass hardware.Bilotta Kitchens was featured in an article in Westchester Home's Winter 2021 edition. Bilotta Kitchens Sr. designer, Tom Vecchio, worked with architect Eva Bouhassira to create a contemporary take on a classic white kitchen for a Hastings-on-Hudson home.

The kitchen features a marble-topped custom walnut island with walnut stools. The warm tones of the island and kitchen flooring contrast with the cool white flat-front Bilotta cabinets with brushed brass hardware and white quartz countertop and backsplash.

The redesigned kitchen is inviting and comfortable, with ample natural light and views of the deck and outdoor greenery.

Read the full article in Westchester Home.

 

Contemporary Tribeca Loft kitchen features Bilotta Copenhagen cabinetry in Balboa Mist and brushed brass hardware.Bilotta Kitchens Senior Designer, Tom Vecchio, recently worked on an extensive Tribeca loft remodel project with Designer Lauren Stanley of Alive+Kicking Design. Installation of the kitchen, flooring tile and countertops was completed by Gurri Design + Remodel.

Understanding that the homeowners wanted their new kitchen to have some glamour but also be kid-friendly, the designers gave careful thought to selecting durable, easy to clean, low maintenance materials. The resulting clean, contemporary kitchen features Bilotta’s frameless, flat front Copenhagen cabinetry in Balboa Mist and brushed brass hardware that resists fingerprints. The Eternal Classic Calacatta quartz backsplash and island waterfall countertop allows for easy clean-ups and fuss-free living. Concealed storage in the breakfast nook seating area and an appliance garage enable the homeowners to enjoy a clutter-free space. The natural stone-look porcelain floor tile adds texture and is easy to maintain.

Read the full write-up from Gurri Design + Remodel.

 

Renovated Harrison, NY kitchen with soaring ceiling and lacquered white cabinets by Artcraft.

Bilotta Kitchens was featured in a recent article in House Beautiful. The article showcased the dramatic transformation of a mid-century modern home in Harrison, New York.

Designer Everick Brown worked with architect Rosamund Young on an extensive renovation that included relocating the kitchen to the prior dining room space. The new light-filled kitchen combines light Caesarstone countertops, a Cararra stone island and lacquered white upper cabinets by Artcraft with brushed stainless elements to reflect light and draw the eye upward to the soaring 20-foot ceiling. The ebony-stained pine ceiling and flat-front ebony lower cabinets add warmth to the space.

Read the full article in House Beautiful.

 

Contemporary kitchen with white high-gloss slab cabinets and center island with waterfall quartz countertop.

Bilotta Kitchens was featured in a recent article in River Journal. The article highlighted current kitchen renovation trends and featured a collaborative project between Danielle Florie, senior designer at Bilotta Kitchens, and Constance Hall, an award-winning designer with experience in space planning, design and construction.

The article discussed the importance of considering personal cooking and entertaining style as well as the flow of the kitchen with adjacent rooms when selecting finishes, surfaces, storage and appliance needs and lighting. In terms of kitchen design trends, Danielle currently sees many traditional clients shifting toward more streamlined transitional designs and many contemporary clients selecting easy-care materials like high/low pressure laminates that look like wood.

Read the full article in River Journal here.

 

New Rochelle luxury beachfront condo features white painted custom Bilotta cabinetry with transitional styling.

Bilotta Kitchens recently teamed up with Westchester based real estate firm National Realty & Development Corp. (NRDC) to supply custom kitchen and bathroom cabinetry for the 72 luxury beachfront condos at WatermarkPointe in New Rochelle, NY. 

Through the collaboration with Bilotta, WatermarkPointe residents may bring their own sense of style to their new home through the selection of their kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, countertop and hardware styles and finishes. To date, most WatermarkPointe residents have opted for contemporary or transitional cabinetry styles in a white or gray color palette.

The developer wanted the property to have a luxurious, resort-like vibe. Bilotta was selected for the project based on its expertise, experience and reputation for excellent customer service. Jerrold G. Bermingham, Executive Vice President at NRDC, stated: “Bilotta has been doing multi-unit residential projects for over thirty years. WatermarkPointe searched the market for a qualified design team with high-end products that would fit the design of the interiors. We are thrilled to be working with Bilotta Kitchens who has both a local presence and a 5-star reputation. They have extensive expertise working with large-scale projects.”

See photos and read the full article in Westchester Home’s Home & Property.

 

Cover of Westchester Home Winter 2020 Edition, featuring Bilotta Kitchens in "Get The Kitchen of Your Dreams".Bilotta Kitchens was profiled in a recent article in Westchester Home and was also featured on the magazine’s cover. The article showcased the beauty, functionality, and durability of the renovated Katonah, NY kitchen.

The spacious, open L-shaped kitchen was designed to enable the family to easily congregate and cook together and entertain a large number of guests. This was achieved by the use of scratch and stain-resistant Cambria quartz counters, double ovens, double dishwashers, an extra sink in the island for prep and clean-up, ample seating, and a combined bar/coffee area. The warm tones of the center island and matching table, ivory painted custom cabinetry and wood plank flooring provide a welcoming feeling.

Read the full article in Westchester home.

 

 

Multi-unit residential kitchen features Bilotta Collection cabinets in rift cut white oak and marble countertops with waterfall.

Bilotta Kitchens was featured in a recent article in Interior Design Magazine. The article highlighted three high-end multi-unit residential projects that utilized brands found in New York’s A&D Building. Although the three projects each employed a different design team, their statement kitchens all featured sweeping city views, high-end appliances, contemporary design and rich material selections. Bilotta’s featured project, Thirty Park Place, has 157 kitchens and is currently the tallest residential tower in downtown Manhattan.

The Thirty Park Place kitchens, designed by Tom Vecchio of Bilotta Kitchens and Robert AM Stern Architects, are all outfitted in Bilotta Collection Cabinetry in rift cut white oak with a custom stain and Colorado white marble countertop with waterfall, Gaggenau appliances, light wood plank flooring and soft grey walls. The building was one of the first that helped bring Lower Manhattan back to life post 9/11 and was the vision of Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties.

Read the full article in Interior Design here