The homeowners wanted a unique kitchen space, so designers featured a hidden television inside the space's mirrored backsplash. The special dielectric mirror was designed and fabricated so that it can slide behind the built-in kitchen cabinets in case the television ever needed to be repaired. The home already had cast iron columns, so designers incorporated them into the home's design, giving the space a more industrial feel.
In the sitting room, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, blended a modern design with industrial details to create this unique space. The wainscoting was removed in the space and the walls were painted a warm beige, while modern slate floors, a clean, white sofa and simple, linen curtains finish the modern design. To bring stylish storage into the space, Joanna added industrial cabinets and shelving to complete the room.
393 West End Ave, located on the South West corner of 79th Street and West End Avenue, is a classic 17 story prewar building being developed by Simon Baron Development. The landmarked development has been brilliantly reimagined by Vicente Wolf, marrying the best of classic pre-war with contemporary design and interiors.
Entry to this modern home is through the front garage door, which is made out of the same untreated cedar used for the siding. Concrete frames the garage door surrounded by a halo of light that glows in the evening hours.
The kitchen was gutted with the goal of creating the essence of a modern bistro-inspired space. Two-toned, custom inset cabinetry and a clean Caesar-Stone countertop pair for a sleek look. A tongue-and-groove wood feature wall behind the kitchen sink adds a cottage touch to the space, while industrial barstools pull up for casual dining.
This modern kitchen has an industrial feel with painted black cabinetry, wood floors and stainless steel appliances. Black leather stools are tucked under a stainless kitchen island for casual dining, while a black and white mosaic tiled backsplash lines the countertop space.
Contemporary leather sofas create a lounge area for conversation, while black leather barstools cozy up to a stained concrete bar with penny tile facade. Rustic brick walls are paired with simple white walls and a penny tile backsplash that features a whimsical alphabet.
An angular island draws the eye in this custom kitchen. Black steel cabinets draw the eye to the unique walnut island and vent hood. Integrated appliances and quartz countertops complete the room’s sleek look.
A sculptural steel archway creates a refined, modern industrial walkway in the backyard and garden. The designer used an abundance of steel, concrete and stone outside and brought some steel and stone features into the home to blend the line that separates inside from out.