No matter where the winds of interior design fashions may blow, NYC’s top interior designers are creating fresh and personal takes on the prevailing styles for homes of all types. Showcased here are three notable design projects esteemed for their brilliant use of natural stone design elements.
Eclectic Builders pulled off a complete renovation in this family townhouse in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. In addition to update paint, appliances, flooring, tilework and fixtures throughout the home, Eclectic Builders also completely updated the home’s infrastructure, such as HVAC, electrical, plumbing and drainage systems.
The most impressive elements of this design, however, are the prominent fireplace surround, created with custom slabs of natural stone, and the updated kitchen (seen below), also decked out in heaping helpings of natural stone.
This modern kitchen update gets its unified, serene quality from countertops and an on-trend tall backsplash and wall treatments all done in the same lightly textured natural stone – the perfect culinary enclave for the entire family to gather in and enjoy.
See more photos of this striking design project at https://www.eclecticbuilders.com/beautiful-family-townhouse-cobble-hill-brooklyn/
This beautifully balanced kitchen by Element Design Group shows of a mix of natural materials, such as earthy reclaimed wood floors and leather bar chairs, against the modern freshness of polished natural stone counters and a wall-to-wall natural stone backsplash.
This Chelsea pre-war was a gut renovation project, going from a dated and cramped space with a sub-par kitchenette to a bright and open space ideal for entertaining family and friends.
A closer look at the range area reveals how the natural stone used in the backsplash is actually stone tiles, rather than a full slab, as seen in the countertops, creating even further visual interest from this captivating natural stone.
Learn more about how the team at Element Design Group pulled off this beautiful update at http://elementdesignnyc.com/project/chelsea-pre-war/
The warm tones of the period-appropriate cabinetry and window trims perfectly complement the light neutral finish of the natural stone countertops and wall tiles in this Tudor-themed Sarah Blank Design kitchen.
Built in the early 1900’s, this character-filled kitchen was originally dark and unusable due to an excess of walls and dark wooden finishes. The updated pulled off by Sarah Blank Design and Douglas Wright opened up the space by removing the wall between the kitchen and pantry, creating a charming and period appropriate, yet modern kitchen/pantry combo.
See more photos of this gorgeous design at http://sarahblankdesignstudio.com/portfolio/bronxville/
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