Oh hey! Welcome to another edition of Spaces. This beautiful kitchen (and below, bathroom) is the work of one of my faves, Avenue Design Studio. Their brief was to take a tired 19th-century Neo-Renaissance ex-rental, and reinstate it to the beautiful monumental town house it was meant to be.
Such a beautiful balance between light and dark here – but I love that even the light elements (such as the white flooring) have heft and substance – totally befitting a home of this architectural stature
Unique touches that are “felt before they are seen”, like the marble live edge shelving, and bespoke walnut cabinet handles
Love the contrast of the walnut cabinetry with that GENIUS white steel-framed pantry.
(The pantry there also conceals a door to a wine cellar)
And now, to a peek at one of the bathrooms in the same home:
A1 flooring selection here, and I’m a longtime fan of those Apparatus Studio Trapeze lights (the same brand is also responsible for those very cool white scones in the kitchen – this is an easy way to speak with a cohesive voice through different rooms, without having to use the exact same lights)
Another angle of those beautiful bathroom floor tiles. Texture for days!
The bespoke features throughout the home extend to this sliding grooved cabinet door.
This bright Brooklyn apartment carves out a home office without sacrificing light, thanks to that bespoke steel and glass door system. (fully hinged so it can be opened right up).
So much to love in this layered-with-love apartment (see more here) – but my favourite part has to be the double-ended kitchen!