Renovating your space? Three pros share what to keep top of mind.
Silvia Frigerio, Managing Director
“For me, the key word is ‘tailor-made,’ which is something I come back to every time I design a kitchen. When working on this Los Angeles project, I requested a list of the appliances the homeowners use daily, as they are avid cooks, and then incorporated pocket doors to conceal small appliances, double ovens and a coffee machine. The result is both sculptural and modern.”
Reba Sams, Designer
“Today’s designs are about fluid spaces that flow from the kitchen into other living areas, as open floor plans remain a popular request from clients. This Arizona space reflects the ideology of the kitchen as part of the dining room and living room. Modern clean lines with handless cabinetry and fully integrated appliances that look like cabinetry create a seamless appearance.”
Mary Dimichino, Senior Designer
“The range wall is a focal point in this Long Island, New York, kitchen, so we selected walnut drawer fronts and polished metal details to encourage the eye to that area. Wood is a nice contrast to the white cabinetry without being too harsh. Don’t overlook these finishing touches, along, of course, with storage!”