Bilotta Kitchens was recently featured in Interior Design Magazine for one of our favorite projects to date.
The article highlights a family who renovated their kitchen and took out one of their wishlist items in the process – a butler’s pantry. By removing the butler’s pantry, we were able to create a more open and inviting space for the family and add in some other great features.
Since Bilotta was local to their area (New York), and everything was manufactured in-house, we could customize everything to the family’s specific needs and wants and create a truly unique space for them.
You can see the full article here, but here’s a rundown of the project:
The cabinets are white with a mix of gold and silver accents, which is cohesive to the home’s black & white color scheme and ties in nicely with the rest of the house. The backsplash and countertops are a beautiful stone that catches the light perfectly, and the patterned tile flooring adds a bit of fun and dimension.
We also added a dining nook, which gives them the perfect spot for family meals or entertaining guests.
The goal was to create a space that felt like a mix of old and new – something that would fit in with the rest of the house but still be unique and special, and we think we achieved that perfectly.
As always, we weren’t only concerned with creating an aesthetically pleasing kitchen but also wanted to ensure that the design was functional, organized, and efficient. That’s why the kitchen includes our beveled cabinets (which makes them easier to clean), lift-up retractable doors, a spice drawer insert, and a pull-out knife block.
This family took us beyond the kitchen, and we also helped them create an incredible mudroom, complete with gorgeous cabinets that match the kitchen.
Be sure to check out the complete article and project in Interior Design Magazine online.
And if you’re thinking about renovating your kitchen, or any other room in your home, be sure to contact Bilotta Kitchens. We’ll work with you every step of the way to create a space that you’ll love for years to come.