A 19th-century Japanese Mizuya is wall mounted and split into two sections to act as upper and lower cabinets in this Asian-inspired kitchen. Custom cabinetry mimics the style of the client's prized tansu chest in the adjacent dining room.
Entering from the dining room, custom pocket doors in a fretted work pattern frame the kitchen. An antique Japanese mizuya chest is separated by an iridescent gray backsplash, which adds depth and a touch of glamor to the space.
An antiqued mirror backsplash is featured in this 19th century Japanese kitchen. Custom cabinetry mimics the style of the client's prized tansu chest in the adjacent dining room.
While embracing the loft vernacular of exposed ductwork and concrete columns, a sophisticated, luxurious vibe is created in this downtown loft by incorporating elements of midcentury modern design.
Custom cabinets, designed to mimic client's beloved antique kitchen tansu, create a sense of timeless elegance in this striking kitchen.