A renovated Tudor home in New Rochelle featuring a collaboration between Emily Shron of Emily Shron Interiors and Bilotta Kitchen & Home senior designer, Jeff Eakley was recently showcased in Westchester Magazine.

The owners requested a comfortable, livable, family-friendly space that also exuded a luxurious aesthetic. In addition, they wanted to preserve the history and character of the 1930s home, including the stained-glass windows and wood trim.

Schron and Eakley transformed the tight, choppy pre-war kitchen and butler’s pantry into a bright, open kitchen with an oversized island with seating, a breakfast area and a desk. Warm-toned wood-tile backsplash and flooring was used to soften the all-white kitchen and to help visually tie it into the rest of the home.

Read the full article in Westchester Magazine here.

All white classic kitchen with wood backsplash and black and gold lighting above island