Livable Kitchen Meets Modern Design
New York is what dreams are made of and this motto certainly holds true for our latest Sweeten renovation story. A lively and ambitious couple decided to redo their small Brooklyn kitchen by restructuring the space and creating a new interior design. The new kitchen features an L-shaped layout, a six-foot-long island and floor-to-ceiling cabinets.
All images: Kyle Knodell | Statuario Maximus 5031
Once the couple completed the building’s lengthy condo approval process, they paired up with a contractor from Sweeten and finished the entire reno in just two short months.
The Sweeten contractor worked his magic to make every square inch of this kitchen as storage-savvy and chic as possible. Closed cabinets and open shelves were mixed into the design to create a fresh and modern look. Custom black walnut slabs are used to create the open shelving above the sink and built-in workspace–which is perfect for the early-bird husband, who checks his email before the crack of dawn.
The brass hardware provides a sophisticated flare and the Statuario Maximus countertops complement the stylish design. “This kitchen was built to be used,” say the homeowners, which is why they chose to go with durable and easy to maintain Caesarstone quartz. Each and every feature of this kitchen was created to complement the couple’s active lifestyle and love for cooking and entertaining.
There you have it: another Cinderella renovation story from Sweeten. It looks like it’s time for us to take the plunge and move to the Big Apple–if only for the chance to work with the Sweeten team and visit this beautiful kitchen!
For more Sweeten renovations: A Brooklyn Brownstone Gets Flipped Upside-Down with Sweeten | Little Kitchen, Big Design