As the weather begins to cool down and people begin to turn their ovens back on, now may be a good time to take a look at kitchen design trends for fall. Preferences for kitchen design often fluctuate, though many agree that copious storage, modern appliances and spacious layouts are on the top of the wish list.
Starchitect Jeffrey Beers crafted gourmet kitchens at luxury Manhattan condominium 277 Fifth Avenue to be ergonomic, balancing form and function with rare storage niches, i.e. physical cut outs from marble backsplashes. When it comes to kitchen design, Beers believes, “cooking is like a dance; a ballet. I don’t want to take more than one step. I try to be very conscious about efficiency.”
Below are aspirational kitchens that cater to current design trends.
277 Fifth Avenue
Renowned interior architect Jeffrey Beers, celebrated for his inventive commercial restaurant and hospitality design, believes “the kitchen is really the heart of the home.” Beers crafted luxury Manhattan condominium 277 Fifth Avenue‘s gourmet kitchens to be ergonometric, balancing form and function with unique storage niches, like physical cut outs in the elegant Calacatta Sachelo-polished marble backsplashes. His aspirational kitchens also feature sleek, white oak cabinets, marble countertops with waterfall edges and top-of-the-line Miele appliances.
Beautifully crafted with 42-inch upper cabinets and built-in pantry closets for additional storage, K.Hovnanian Homes; Arbors at Monroe features an open-space designer kitchen perfect for your inner chef. Featuring adequate storage space for a gourmet kitchen, the open space is perfect for entertaining.
Nine on the Hudson
At Nine on the Hudson, standard kitchen features are typically deemed as “must haves” when homeowners decide to renovate. All high-end, features include Restoration Hardware lighting, oversized islands with waterfall countertops and large counters for a significant amount of storage, which accounts for a lack of storage one would usually find in a condo unit. The other unique feature, a Bosch five-burner cooktop with a center burner of 5000 BTU allowing for enough heat to cook on a Wok.
Designed by Meshberg Group, the Bath Haus at 139 Huron St., has an out of the ordinary kitchen appliance for a city dwelling, a pot filler faucet above the stove. Pot fillers add a touch of suburban and a level of convenience and elegance to the kitchen space.
Luxury condominium Skyline Tower‘s gourmet kitchens boast a suite of state-of-the-art Bosch equipment and stainless steel appliances. Crafted by Hill West Architect’s design arm, White Hall Interiors, the Long Island City tower’s gourmet kitchens feature quartz slab countertops and backsplashes, along with stunning, brushed bronze-lined fixtures that give studio- to four-bedroom residences a modern-yet-timeless aesthetic.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach
Designed by Piero Lissoni, the open concept of the kitchen dining space at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach offers extraordinarily high ceilings with a unique lighting installation for the kitchen and one-of-a-kind glass and wooden shelving.
With specially designed pendant lights and a spacious island, homebuyers at K.Hovnanian Homes’ Four Ponds at Lincroft can embrace their inner chef and work efficiently in a well-designed gourmet kitchen. The expansive island and counter tops are perfect for the helping hands you may need while cooking.
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