Big happenings in Little Italy
A new build adds a modern spin to an historic neighborhood
The interior designer who worked on this space says that the column and arch design introduced just before the kitchen was a great way to add a little touch of a traditional design, and helps to visually separate the kitchen from the rest of the entertaining space.
Two Barcelona chairs sit in the curve of this cantilevered window. Though it appears to be of shallow design, the space is actually six feet deep.
This butler’s pantry has glass-front cabinets that display glassware, all lined up and ready to use.
This unique light fixture consists of 24 individual bulbs and serves as a great focal point in the dining area.
Raised bumps run the perimeter of the oval mirror in the powder room. Just below, a hammered sink adds additional texture.