Kitchen Inspiration from Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent
The kitchen was in need of an upgrade. However, Berkus & Brent, wanted to use some of the original details of the 1925 home. They brought in natural would by using cerused white oak for the kitchen island. To add luxury to the kitchen, they used a herringbone backsplash and Prunella marble. The centerpiece of the kitchen is the 17th-century limestone mantel, which was converted into a hood for the stove.
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Brooklyn Heights Brownstone by McGrath II
Lauren and Suzanne McGrath designed this gorgeous kitchen. The homeowners loved the idea of including Moorish tile throughout the kitchen. The designers decided to use the tiles for the backsplash due to the high ceilings. They chose Benjamin Moore’s Seapearl for the upper cabinets and After Midnight for the lower cabinets to create a nice contrast. The entire kitchen renovation took about 18 months, but the results are amazing!
Kitchen Inspiration from Pamela Shamshiri
Pamela creates unique and gorgeous kitchens from coast to coast. One element that I love is her use of open shelves. It makes the kitchen look more spacious and modern.