Had to share this beautiful Chelsea, New York townhouse renovation by Julian King. Utterly gorgeous and luxe to the nth degree.
Originally a bedroom, this space now houses a kitchen and dining area that opens onto a deck.
The walls of the kitchen were built out to meet the cabinets.
The fridge was built into an existing arched doorway.
Love the hint of natural wood beneath the cabinet’s glossy white exteriors.
The sink in the basement bedroom. The cabinet is recessed into the wall, with a small gap to create a grip.
The inside of the cabinet reveals a peek of the original brickwork.
The back of the house showing the remodeled bottom floors. The stairs were anchored into the wall.
The basement bedroom is flooded with light thanks to the full-width sliding doors.
For more info on this beautiful remodel, head on over to this NY Times article. For a more in depth look at the architect’s choices, view this Remodelista article. Remodelista also created a great Pinterest board which addresses a lot of the questions and sources used in this townhouse.