Fabulous Room Friday 10.11.13

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This week’s “Fabulous Room” is this gorgeous kitchen featured in the new issue of domino. Naturally, it belongs to a woman who truly knows her way around the kitchen, Haven’s Kitchen founder, Ali Cayne. This stunning room is located in her West Village townhouse (cue a slight pang of jealousy!) and it is just gorgeous. I love the modern-meets-vintage vibe accomplished through a mix of design elements that feels very New York—white subway tile with dark grout, open brass and wood shelving, cabinets in the perfect shade of grey accented with delicious brass hardware, and a range and hood to die for. It’s all so classic, yet feels very fresh and of the moment. Seeing this kitchen really cemented my plan to do a similar color scheme in a new client’s kitchen.

ali cayne kitchen {I love the strong, architectural feel of this room. How fabulous is the brass faucet? I also love that the grey cabinets match the window and door trim.}

ali cayne {Could you die? So gorgeous!}

ali cayne2 {While I would never advise a client to make all of their storage open shelving, I do love the idea of doing a small section.}

ali cayne3 {More Yummy, Contrasting Brass Fixtures}

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{Image Source: domino.com}

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