Chelsea RenovationModern Kitchen, New York

Photo's Kris Tamburello

Inspiration for a modern galley light wood floor and beige floor open concept kitchen remodel in New York with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula —  Houzz
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caanderson27 wrote:Oct 11, 2017
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    Prime Renovations, Inc.

    The floor was purchased from http://aronsonsfloors.com . This is an engineered floor that was purchased by the client

  • Melissa Pickett

    Hi Prime, This is such a beautiful, beautiful kitchen. Please tell me where the chairs were purchased and the name of the chair. Thank you. Simple but elegant.

kmschaefer628 wrote:Jul 30, 2017
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    Prime Renovations, Inc.

    That was done in Shinnoki veneer panels. Thank you

  • Jo Lofthouse

    Hi! I'm wondering, is this Shinnoki Milk Oak or Chalk Ash? It's so hard to find photos of Shinnoki in finished rooms!

elizabethflegel wrote:Aug 5, 2018
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Jewel Crosswell Stone wrote:Jan 6, 2019

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 3 Cheery Kitchens That Rock Wood CabinetsJun 7, 2017

    1. Designer: Stephanie Hauptli of Hauptli Haus Location: Chelsea neighborhood of ManhattanSize: 200 square feet (18.5 square meters) Homeowners’ request: Relocate a kitchen from an enclosed room to an area that opens to the living room. Cabinets and more: Light ash cabinets. White stone countertops. White walls. Light-stained floors. “We wanted the whole apartment to feel bright and airy yet rich by choice of using wood for millwork,” designer Stephanie Hauptli says. “It adds sophistication without feeling heavy.” Other special features: Open shelves. Waterfall-edge countertop on island. Enclosed refrigerator. Vent hood disguised in millwork box. Recess in stone backsplash behind stove and sink. “It’s a nice way to bring your eye to a resting point and accentuate the two main working areas, the sink and the stove,” Hauptli says. “It’s subtle but elegant.”Designer secret: “We like to limit the number of different finishes to just a few so the space feels consistent,” Hauptli says. Also on the team: A + C NYC (architect of record); Prime Renovations (general contractor) Wood flooring: oak engineered hardwood in Carnegie Hall color, New York Loft series, Aronson’s Flooring; kitchen cabinet veneer: Sand Ash, Shinnoki; kitchen counters: Stone Source; kitchen hardware: Colonial Brass, The Brass Center; stove: Viking; refrigerator: Sub-Zero; sink and faucet: Elkay; stools: SossegoSee more of this home

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    webuser_798651167
    HU-798651167 added this to My ideasSep 30, 2019

    What is the material on this island.

    dlbrekke
    dlbrekke added this to Day Final PhotosSep 30, 2019

    White Oak Cabinetry and Floor with White countertops in kitchen.

    emesmer1125
    emesmer1125 added this to FloorsSep 28, 2019

    Like the color and tones of this floor

    carlyn_luna
    Carlyn Luna added this to KitchenSep 27, 2019

    Cabinets match the floor, which provides warmth.

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