Our clients have a beautiful home in Irvington and have an eclectic industrial modern take – he a bit more European in his tastes, she with a penchant for the traditional. With one small child and another on the way we needed to maximize their kitchen function. They were looking for a cohesive, stylish design, more storage, and an eat-in area. Bright Designlab went to town programming the space, and were afforded some additional square footage by claiming a closet in the hall.  In the process the original fir floor was unearthed – under many layers of tile and linoleum of remodels past. The finished product is a highly functional galley style kitchen with a mix of traditional and industrial elements, interweaving the homeowners’ style, and meeting the expectations of the design brief. The finishes are walnut, reclaimed wood, thick concrete counters, steel,  glossy white cabinets and subway tile. 

SCOPE: Kitchen planning and design. General Contractor, Hammer & Hand.