West Village Brownstone
West Village Brownstone

This 3,200 sq.ft. gut renovation included the restoration of the front façade and redesign of the rear façade with a metal and glass industrial look. The double hung wood windows were restored to retain the original glass panes. Intricate crown molding details were recreated in plaster and reclaimed, replained and restained 8” wide oak plank flooring was installed throughout. The kitchen and bathrooms were tiled in reclaimed white crackled porcelain tiles and a cold rolled steel and wood bookcase was installed in the library overlooking the re-landscaped rear garden.

P.S. Kitchen
P.S. Kitchen

Combining two stories within a midtown brownstone created a 3,100 square foot home for this new and chic restaurant/bar/social business. Renovation included demolishing the second floor and raising it to create higher ceilings for the restaurant experience. A new cold rolled steel stair connects the dining areas with the welcoming bar and lounge area at entry. Antique mirror, wood planks, and subway tile finishes add charm and sophistication. Updates to the restaurant’s façade including new windows, custom shutters, and graphic signage invite theater goers and the like to this midtown Manhattan destination.

West Village Brownstone
P.S. Kitchen
West Village Brownstone

This 3,200 sq.ft. gut renovation included the restoration of the front façade and redesign of the rear façade with a metal and glass industrial look. The double hung wood windows were restored to retain the original glass panes. Intricate crown molding details were recreated in plaster and reclaimed, replained and restained 8” wide oak plank flooring was installed throughout. The kitchen and bathrooms were tiled in reclaimed white crackled porcelain tiles and a cold rolled steel and wood bookcase was installed in the library overlooking the re-landscaped rear garden.

P.S. Kitchen

Combining two stories within a midtown brownstone created a 3,100 square foot home for this new and chic restaurant/bar/social business. Renovation included demolishing the second floor and raising it to create higher ceilings for the restaurant experience. A new cold rolled steel stair connects the dining areas with the welcoming bar and lounge area at entry. Antique mirror, wood planks, and subway tile finishes add charm and sophistication. Updates to the restaurant’s façade including new windows, custom shutters, and graphic signage invite theater goers and the like to this midtown Manhattan destination.

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