Stylish NY kitchen renovated by Angela A’Court

This kitchen is part of a NYC townhouse and it only measures 16 feet wide but feel much more spacious thanks to the bright and airy interior décor. The kitchen was renovated by Angela A’Court who, after relocating from London, decided to remodel this lovely house and make it her new family home. The kitchen, together with the dining area and a small lounge space, occupies the garden level of the house.

The house was in pretty good condition and had a nice structure. However, the interior décor was outdated and needed to be changed. For the kitchen she chose a simple white look. It was a clever choice, considering the dimensions of this space. The walls are white and the cabinets are featuring the same color. The concrete countertops are also light and go nicely with the whole fresh décor. They also add some nice texture to the mix.

The kitchen is part of a larger communal area and it’s located on the street side of the house. One portion is overlooking the garden. This means that it’s a quiet environment and that it also benefits from plenty of natural light. The windows have curtains that let light get through but that also provide privacy. For the details and decorations, Angela kept things simple and only opted for some elegant light fixtures and a floating shelf to display her colorful ceramics.

Published by in Kitchen, on July 22nd, 2012


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