Kitchen of the Week – New York City, NY
Jayelynn Carlson Dayton & Austin CH Painted White & Studio Gray New York City, NY
EDITOR’S NOTE: Welcome to “Kitchen of the Week.” Beyond all of our past work you can view in the photo galleries, we sell dozens and even hundreds of new kitchens every week! With this new series of blog posts, we’re pulling back the curtain to show you some of the most recent and innovative kitchens coming out of our design studios. We want to show off how CliqStudios kitchen designers’ creativity and expertise in practical problem solving can improve every kitchen’s functionality, usefulness, and flow. Check out the high-quality computer renderings and floor plans that help you visualize your new kitchen. You can even download the same, detailed packet of information that every CliqStudios customer receives with each order, so you exactly know what to expect! (names and prices redacted)
Unique CliqStudios Kitchen Design Features
- The clean-up zone configuration make washing dishes efficient: scrape plates into the Pull-Out Double Trash Cans to the left of the sink, give them a quick rinse, then they go straight into the dishwasher to the right of the sink.
- A small open cabinet to the right of the refrigerator does double duty as a space for a microwave or cookbook shelf.
- Super Susans in both corner base cabinets maximize storage capacity while keeping everything within reach.
- Glass door cabinets flank the large window above the sink give a more open feel, and provide plenty of storage.
- Dual storage/rack pull-outs on each side of the range ensures that all herbs, spices, and pot holders are always right where you need them.
- Cutting boards, cookie sheets, and baking trays are always neatly tucked away in the Tray Divider Cabinet above the double oven.
- The kitchen island and coordinating dining room hutch are built using Austin-CH cabinets in Studio Gray. This style compliments Dayton White very well, while giving an unexpected bit of visual interest and a the inset door style give a slightly “old world” look. All hutch upper cabinets have glass doors to display the homeowners collection of fine china.