Before and After in Yorktown Heights

Bilotta designer David Arnoff and Leia Ward from LTW Design worked as a team on this complete kitchen renovation. As you can see from the before and after photos they decided to remove walls to create an open floor plan. The addition of new floors created a seamless flow from the kitchen into the adjacent family room and dining room. They opted for an all-white color palette for the Bilotta cabinetry and countertops. The countertops and backsplash are both a natural quartz from Aurea Stone. They selected the “Phidias” color which is primarily white with some grey veining. Stainless steel or paneled appliances are by Miele, GE, LG Fisher Paykel and Zephyr. Two islands give enough seating for a group gathering and more drawers for storage while keeping the open floor plan.

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HU-500065672 added this to My Project18 November 2021

Love the island style and cabinets, including the hardware.

R Vail added this to Karen's ideas2 November 2021

Curious te lights where are they

Melinda Gerena added this to Kitchen21 March 2021

Cabinest, stone, range hood backsplash

JACKIE S added this to Behind the Scenes Design2 August 2020

I like that the island looks like a piece of furniture instead of a block of sheetrock.

HU-180836344 added this to My ideas15 March 2020

perfect built ins and ALL drawers below no cabinets

Christine Pierce added this to Wish List6 October 2019

Love the accent counter for under dining room windows

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