For the renovation of their 1890 Victorian townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn, the owners turned to firm
Frances Mildred for the architectural design and Sheen Murphy of Nune for the interiors. The kitchen is a mix of Ikea inner cabinets (with SemiHandmade Shaker fronts), classic appliances, and finishes from local New York designers like Allied Maker, Vonnegut Kraft, Hawkins New York, and more. Here’s a resource guide to recreating the look.
Above: The kitchen layout is simple with a single island and wall of cabinets. Photograph by Nicole Franzenfrom Rehab Diary: Monochromatic Luxe in Park Slope.
Above: The owners and their team chose a farmhouse sink and chrome bridge faucet for a classic look they would never tire of. Photograph by Nicole Franzen from Rehab Diary: Monochromatic Luxe in Park Slope.
Above: The dining room adjacent to the kitchen island. Photograph by Nicole Franzen from Rehab Diary: Monochromatic Luxe in Park Slope. Paint
Above: The interior walls of the Brooklyn home are painted with Sherwin-Williams Origami White (SW 7636)at Sherwin-Williams.
Above: The Farrow & Ball Pigeon paint color is painted on the kitchen cabinets. Materials
Above: The kitchen countertops are white marble from ABC Stone. For something similar, see the Bianco Carrara Pisanino at ABC Stone.
Above: The kitchen is made up of Ikea Sektion cabinets with SemiHandmade DIY Shaker Doors painted in the Farrow & Ball color above. Contact SemiHandmade for ordering information. Appliances
Above: The Leibherr HC-2060 Built-In 36-Inch Refrigerator offers dual-compressor refrigeration at a significantly lower price point than Sub-Zero and Miele; it’s Energy Star–rated and has garnered good consumer reviews. The shelving and lighting are not quite at the level of the top brands, but the freezer is conveniently divided into two drawers; $5,349 at Plessers.
Above: The Viking Professional 5 Series (VWH3010LSS) 30-Inch Under Cabinet Range Hood is $1,034 at AJ Madison.