Refreshing Blues and Grays in Yorkville Kitchen
Take a look at this refreshing-yet-classic kitchen in a newly renovated apartment at 530 East 86th Street.
White kitchens are nothing new, but this one features a thoughtfully curated palette of grays and blues. The ceiling, with its pale blue-gray coffers, lends the space a hint of a classical and stately air while the navy door draws the eye towards the farthest point of the room, creating a sense of movement and purpose.
Blues and browns are a classic combo, and we love the way the light and dark browns of the newly refinished flooring interact with the blues.
This kitchen does a great job of juxtaposing simplicity with detail. The visible grain on the floor adds a welcome bit of texture to the smooth and serene white cabinetry.
The gray veins in the marble countertops and the gray accents in the tiling suggest a certain sumptuousness. The clean look of the cabinetry really allows these rich details to stand out all the more.
Some of the refrigeration is neatly tucked underneath the counters in drawers. What else don’t you see? There are a butler’s pantry, wine refrigerator, and powder room adjacent to the kitchen area pictured here.
Beautiful natural lighting stands out not only in the kitchen, but in the rest of the apartment as well. These imported casement windows have vintage-style charm with modern functionality, and they are quite generously sized.
Located in the desirable Yorkville neighborhood, this unit has outdoor amenities, too. It’s only steps away from Carl Schurz Park and the banks of the East River. Check out more photos below.
For property info check listing page at Warburg Realty.