The KitchenMidcentury Kitchen, New York

Renovation of a condo in the renowned Museum Tower bldg for a second generation owner looking to update the space for their young family. They desired a look that was comfortable, creating multi functioning spaces for all family members to enjoy, combining the iconic style of mid century modern designs and family heirlooms.

Example of a midcentury modern enclosed kitchen design in New York with marble countertops, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and stone slab backsplash —  Houzz
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myziggy wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • lmdf
    where did you get the clock?
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    Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
    It's a Herman Miller vintage clock and you can get it from MOMA online store.
debleavy wrote:Aug 7, 2011
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    I love the products section -- used it to check out dining room tables.
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    Sutti Associates, Inc.
    Metro, inventors of wire shelving (the kind of stuff you see in grocery stores and hospitals), make great shelving systems (which are easily adapted into carts) and stainless steel carts. Check them out here:
    Metro Mobile Folding Table · More Info
amyls64 wrote:Dec 5, 2012
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    Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
    The cabinets are laminate cabinets that the contractor made and I believe the hood is a Broan.
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          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to What to Bring to a Temporary Living Space and How to Organize ItAug 4, 2018

          Consider temporary furniture for extra storage. If you still do not have enough space, a freestanding kitchen cart or bookcase may help. Perhaps you can get a used version from an online resource like Craigslist for free. Determine if any cost is worth the convenience the furniture will provide, and weigh that against the more cluttered feel of extra furniture in a small space.How to Make a Temporary Living Space Feel Like HomeKeep in mind that most rentals do not allow alterations to the property, which means no nails or hooks in the wall, and no paint or wallpaper changes. That’s OK — you can appreciate artwork when it’s resting on a mantel or a side table. Museum or earthquake putty, used as directed, will help prevent the artwork from sliding or falling over. If you really want to hang something on the walls, consider using damage-free removable hooks or picture hanging strips. If you do go this route, be sure to follow wall preparation instructions exactly and comply with the recommended weight limits to ensure that the hooks or strips work as advertised. Alternatively, your home can still feel warm and welcoming even if you don’t bring specific decor with you. Consider ways to decorate with everyday items. Plants can personalize a room, adding character and dimension. A serving bowl filled with fruit makes a colorful and pretty centerpiece for your dining table. Although it’s very nice to have, decor is completely optional in a temporary space. Consider how long of a stay you anticipate, how far you’ll be moving and how large or small your new space will be. Of course, it is generally easiest to transport items that are small, portable and durable. Your turn: Have you lived in temporary housing during a remodel or other transition? What did you learn from it? Please share your experiences and tips in the Comments!More: A Guide to Self-Storage: Is a Mini Storage Unit Right for You?

          Apartment 46 for the Home added this to Small, Slim and Super: Compact Kitchen Islands That Offer Big FunctionJul 5, 2016

          The great thing about an island on wheels is that you can push it out of the way when necessary. When you need to open the oven door, say.Even the tiniest spaces can accommodate a rolling cart. While not a traditional island, it functions the same way by adding valuable work surface and storage. This modern apartment has just enough space for a cart that provides a chopping block and two-tiered shelving. When not in use, it can be pushed toward the window and topped with a vase of fresh flowers.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          Susan Yeley Homes added this to SYI: 4100May 16, 2019

          minimal hood in cabinet - I like this JB: This is about the most hood we'd want to have. Prefer the concealed hood if we can make it work. SY: agreed. great.

          HU-957094015 added this to 414 Cliffside kitchenApr 13, 2019

          This range hood is what I will be purchasing.

          paul devincenti added this to paul's ideasMar 4, 2019

          nice soft cabinets marble back combo

          Yebo Liu added this to webuser_230893460's ideasDec 27, 2018

          the color of the kitchen, the roller

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