Tuesday, July 17, 2012

House Beautiful 2012 Kitchen of the Year.

Well I just returned from New York after viewing the Kitchen of the year at Rockefeller Center.
As I expected Mick De Giulio did not disappoint! The kitchen was crisp and fresh with alot of reflective surfaces to add just the right amount of sparkle without appearing overdone. Dove white Kraft Maid cabinetry with classic lines covered with a lovely Caesarstone in I believe was Fair Lady. The back splash behind range was a continuation of Caesar stone and Grothouse lumber butcher block rimmed the island accompanying the stone surface. On opposite counter a wonderful back splash in antique mirror Davin glass subway tile by Ann Sacks, was so sharp! I loved the smooth glass knob hardware on cabinetry and the butlers pantry sported an amazing counter area surrounding the sink that appeared to be hammered metal(in Polished Nickel).  The sinks were unexpected but fun and rich in color, Annapolis Navy by Jonathan Adler for Kohler. The lighting was polished nickel and almost nautical in nature over the island, the adjacent sitting area had a rustic chic feeling with lighting to match. I really liked the lighting in the butlers pantry which were sun inspired with a beautiful blue ceiling back round. All in all, this was a well put together kitchen with very durable surfaces, a relaxed yet chic feel and plenty of eye candy. I cannot wait to see the spread in the House Beautiful Magazine but until then I hope you enjoy the photos I was able to grab while touring this wonderful kitchen by Mick!

House Beautiful Kitchen Of the Year

Flooring by Shaw.

Lighting by Circa.

Love the exposed industrial shelving .


Great backsplash and sink!


Caesar stone for backsplash.

Simple hood is a great choice!

This display cabinet was to die for!!

Lovely Butlers pantry!

Antique mirror backsplash in pantry, and teak counters.

Oh this metal counter was amazing!

Here comes the sun! Ceiling light in pantry.

Rustic chic, and very comfortable.

 A modern twist to wall fireplace, suit clean kitchen.

Of course an outdoor kitchen as well.


9 comments:

  1. Just as amazing as I knew it would be...the display cabinet is lovely, the antiqued mirror backsplash, the teak counters...love it all!!

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    1. It was hard to get great photos because there was so much going on, but it definitely had some great ideas to take away with you! A very family friendly kitchen, with style!
      Thanks!! Karolyn

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  2. Can you imagine? I wouldn't need anything else. Well maybe a beth and bedroom.
    Thank you for sharing, Karolyn.
    Happy Wednesday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  3. Great where-to-put the TV solution, and love the outdoor area. Most of all I adore that this kitchen is right smack in the middle of Manhattan! So fun.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by the blog, appreciated!!

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  5. Well these sounds to be a great restaurant to move around just love the entire design seems really impressing.

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  6. Thank you for stopping by, yes it would be an awesome traveling restaurant !!!

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  7. Hello,

    Phenomenal post you have made here.
    A chimney in the kitchen conveys warmth to this Scottsdale, AZ home by Mick de Giulio
    Really this post is helpful for us.

    Thanking you,
    Frank

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