I designed these complementary kitchen cabinets to fit perfectly within this room’s existing niches, adding cabinet, counter and storage space, while obstructing as little floor space as possible. The pieces, which are more traditional than my typical aesthetic, are appropriate for this mid-century Brooklyn townhouse.
The wider cabinet (pictured below), features transparent enclosed cabinetry that serves both as a design element and a part of the piece’s functionality, allowing the family who lives here to easily locate and access plates and other kitchenware. The counter doubles as a cutting board and is constructed of maple butcher block.
The more narrow cabinet (pictured below) is designed to double as a wine rack and display area for glassware. Deep lower cabinets in both units allow for ample enclosed storage to ensure the space is kept uncluttered.