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.