When we spy a kitchen way up in the rafters of a building, we’re carried away with romantic notions of the view, the old building it’s probably located in, and dinners on the roof. It’s no wonder given these beautiful examples:But what are some practical concerns that might bring an attic kitchen back down out of the clouds? It seems they could be hotter than a typical kitchen given that they’re located high in buildings.
Name: Nick and Lizzie Johnson Location: Meatpacking District / Chelsea, New York City Size: 1 Bedroom Years lived in: 18 months Nick and Lizzie relocated from London to New York during a rough week; Hurricane Sandy had just hit and they were about to face some apartment-seeking challenges. Narrowing their search to areas unaffected by the storm, they fell in love with Chelsea and the West Village.
Introduction this Image Small attic spaces with low ceilings can often feel restrictive or remain unused in many homes. However, with a little creativity and thoughtful design, these cozy nooks can be transformed into functional and aesthetically pleasing areas. As a fully qualified interior decorator and house painter, I've had the privilege of turning many such […]