An Upper West Side residence in a building designed by prominent early 20th century architecture firm Schwartz & Gross called for a complete reconstruction of three full baths, a butler’s room, and kitchen.
Custom full-height pantries transformed underutilized space in the butler’s room into a functional and attractive extension of the separate kitchen area. The kitchen was rebuilt with all new appliances, slate flooring, custom designed wood cabinets, and caeserstone counters.
In the residential quarters, a wall dividing the Guest and Master Bathrooms was reconstructed to accommodate a generous walk-in shower complete with a custom glass entry door. High-quality porcelain bath fixtures and marble tiles combined to create a simple yet contemporary result.