" 'Our objective was to marry beauty with function,' says interior designer Carole Freehauf of a nice-sized bathroom in a 1920s brick Georgian Colonial in Pelham..." Ms. Freehauf designed the spa-like bathroom using Bilotta's private cabinetry line, the Bilotta Collection.
Bilotta Kitchens, Urban Archaeology and Hamptons Cottages & Gardens Magazine host a book signing for Paul Goldberger, Dean of Parsons School of Design & Architecture Critic for The New Yorker. The event was held on the evening of Friday, July 21st, 2006 at Urban Archaeology's Bridgehampton showroom with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.
"Making a Room for Wine" - The Modern Estate -
September 2006 - "A wine cellar - a refrigerated cocoon kept
at a constant temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit and a relative humidity of 60% - has become a key element of a complete home." Read all about Bilotta designer, Art Bogue's, thoughts on designing luxurious wine cellars, a comfortable haven for relaxation, entertaining and the nurturing of a prized asset!
"Butler's pantries come out of the closet – and into the limelight." See a Bilotta butler's pantry, designed by Paulette Gambacorta.
Westchester Magazine - April 2006 - An Asian Aesthetic
Randy O'Kane, CKD, speaks about the latest trends in kitchen design.
"Have you noticed the proliferation of articles about townhouse living? New Yorkers are infatuated with the single-family townhouse lifestyle." Read more about New York townhouses in Regina Bilotta's article, "The Heart of the Home...the Kitchen", page 5.
Bilotta opens their newest showroom on Main Street in Mt. Kisco with a grand opening sponsored by Westchester Magazine. The 2-story showroom features multiple kitchens and much more - a wine cellar, library, closet systems, media centers...from the most traditional designs to the ultra contemporary.