Lastest Manhattan Kitchen Cabinets News

See inside Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis' New York City apartment
After just two years in their well-located Manhattan apartment, actress Olivia Wilde and former “Saturday Night Live” star Jason Sudeikis have found a bigger place. The likely reason: the arrival of their 8-month-old son, Otis. Courtesy of Zillow …
Read more on Today.com

181 Clermont Avenue
Each of the twin buildings (one on Clermont Avenue and one on Vanderbilt Avenue) has its own common roof deck with spectacular views of Brooklyn's and Manhattan's skylines, the East River, and the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges. With its open …
Read more on New York Times (blog)

Read More

Lastest Manhattan Kitchen Cabinets News

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen reveal their Manhattan apartment makeover
The couple maintained the dark theme throughout the apartment, including the kitchen, which has brown cabinets, a floral backsplash and double ovens that came in handy during the holidays. "For Thanksgiving, we had over 20 people," said Teigen, whose …
Read more on Today.com

What 00/Month Can Rent You in New York City
I'm guessing that it's an old tenement building where they used to have the bathtub In the kitchen and this is the renovation where they made it into an enclosed shower. … Astoria is vibrant, has great restaurants, is close to Manhattan and the apt …
Read more on Curbed NY

Read More

Lastest Manhattan Kitchen Cabinets News

2015 will usher in 'The Renaissance' for Miami
There is talk of the 10-mile Underline, Miami's version of New York's fabulously popular and successful High Line, the beautifully landscaped, free public park atop abandoned freight tracks throughout Manhattan's West side. … What was once a benign …
Read more on Miami’s Community Newspapers

Shopping for Cabinet Pulls with Ben Bischoff
The hardware you put on your cabinets is just as important as the faucets you pick out for your kitchen and bathroom sinks or the doorknobs you choose. That's because “those are the things that people will actually be touching,” said Ben Bischoff, an …
Read more on New York Times

Read More

Lastest Manhattan Kitchen Cabinets News

Sorry:
- Please recheck your ID.

 

Homes for Sale in New York, Chicago and Colorado
The kitchen has Poliform cabinets and appliances made by Sub-Zero and Miele. An island with a blond granite top separates the space from the great room. There are two bedrooms on the first floor, including the master. The master has French doors that …
Read more on New York Times

 

Banana Republic Executive Decorates Her Home
Ms. Webb’s understated custom-designed open kitchen has an island with cement countertops and gray cabinets that camouflage her appliances. “I’m a minimalist,” she said. “The only downside is that I can’t use magnets to put up pictures of my nieces and …
Read more on New York Times

 

Tour Blaine Trump’s Brilliant Manhattan Pied-À-Terre
The 1908 building was erected by a cadre of successful artists to house live/work spaces—including a series of park-facing duplexes that combined loft bedrooms and efficiency-size kitchens with vast studios where 18-foot ceilings and double-height …
Read more on Architectural Digest

 

Read More

Debra Messing scoops up classy Manhattan apartment

Debra Messing scoops up classy Manhattan apartment
Debra Messing isn't messing around on or off camera. The actress — who plays an NYPD homicide detective in “The Mysteries of Laura” on NBC — has ended her two-and-a-half-year relationship with actor Will Chase. She also just scooped up a prime piece …
Read more on Today.com

A Brooklyn Apartment? Make It Postwar.
For four years, Chrissy Hunt lived in a third-floor walk-up in Chelsea, first with her sister, then with a roommate and then with her boyfriend, Sean Oliver. The two-bedroom apartment was spacious but had a few idiosyncrasies. The management company …
Read more on New York Times

An Upper West Side Boomlet
Downtown may be enjoying more buzz. But the Upper West Side, that not-too-edgy, not-too-bland land of large parks and elegant prewar facades, is holding up its end of the conversation. Lines snake out the door during open houses in the neighborhood, …
Read more on New York Times

Read More