What first drew me to this space was the La Cornue’s Bay Series oven. Not only would this be a delight to cook with each day, but simply to walk by or through the kitchen may cause me to faint (okay, not really, but I would definitely stop and gawk). Wanting to see the rest of the kitchen, I learned that interior designer Jenny Wolf was hired to design this apartment located in New York City’s Chelsea Mercantile building from the skeletal-system up. An entire year was needed as they gutted the space and started from scratch (you can see the entire home here).
With a young couple down-sizing from a large home in Massachusetts to this three-bedroom, two bath abode, the goal was sophisticated with maximum comfort. Leaving some exposed brick, the farmhouse sink, the marble-top island and the bistro bar chairs, the kitchen utilizes the space with ease and beckons to be enjoyed. Shop a few of the items and similar items at the end of the post, and enjoy the tour.
SHOP THIS KITCHEN:
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