Kitchen of the Week: Superb Grey & White Kitchen in Greenwich Village
This episode of our amazing kitchen series takes us to Downtown Manhattan. Covered in an elegant, metal champagne-colored façade, 80 East 10th Street is a new boutique condominium built in 2018 in eclectic Greenwich Village, NYC.
The building’s architects – Nava Companies – have designed some stunning 10-foot high ceilinged, light-filled apartments. Enter apartment #8, a 3-bedroom, full-floor (!!!) apartment that is currently listed for sale for just shy of $8M.
The apartment’s kitchen features a clean light color scheme and minimalist feel, while embracing endless warm features from its mid-colored timber-look floorboards to its soft-colored grey custom cabinetry by Molteni.
On top of that, a beautiful grey and white European marble look to tie together the entire color scheme. The marble conveys luxury, warmth and an overall high-end touch to this already beautiful kitchen.
And if that wasn’t enough luxury, it carries on the gorgeous marble look through the splashback for continuity. There is also a large window featured to the left, allowing in natural light to brighten up the whole space even further.
But this space isn’t just aesthetically pleasing; it is simply gorgeous: But what about its function? Firstly, in the kitchen has a built-in Miele oven and grill at eye level, to save you from bending down and breaking your back just to see how the cooking is going.
This space also has a completely separate island bench that doubles as dining table! That’s right. The bench has access all around so instead of trying to find a space for your dining table or to match the shape, size and color, this kitchen cleverly includes it in its structural design so you know it matches.
This is also a space saver as it maximizes the bench space, providing a comfortable area for family or friends to gather round and share a meal.
Check out below more photos of this amazing property and a presentation video created by Brown Harris Stevens, the brokerage marketing the property. Talking about Brown Harris Steven, thanks to Sophie P. Ravet and Gitu Ramani-Ruff for sharing this amazing property with us.