In MCK+B’s continuing commitment to excellence in design and bringing the latest intriguing products to the make and trend setting Superior New York clientele, we are replacing the now well-known Blue and Figured Sycamore Hi Gloss kitchen with Glass counter top that currently glistens in the front window of our Flatiron showroom . The allure of the kitchen, which appears to be in motion with the special effects lighting, brings people in fascinated with questions and thoughts day in day out.
With its 1.5″ thick glass counter top with built in
rotating colored LED lights system, serpentine Elkay trough sink
, waste recycling cabinet, pot drawers, and “melting iceberg” glass end panels, the 12′ long island is a show stopper. It is back up by a 15′ long wall of tall swiveling pantry pullout storage and a sink base with stainless go quietly counter top and an Elkay Mystic kidney shaped flush welded stainless steel sink. The wall is topped off with a run of butterfly/horizontal opening cabinets with porthole views of the custom blue mosaic tile back splash and stainless glide-over storage. The kitchen is complemented by a further 12 foot long wall of state of the art tall storage which in addition to housing a wall oven has abundant pull out/roll out pantry and dish storage. The kitchen is designed to house the 30″ Sub Zero Refrigerator, as well as a 36″ cook top. All of the drawer hardware is top of the line full extension soft close Blumotion with stainless drawers and gray melamine interior.
The finishes used in the kitchen are still available, so the opportunity to reconfigure and add to the cabinetry exists. The kitchen as it stands with cabinetry, lighting, hardware, counter tops, and sinks is worth over $ 160,000.00 and the sale fee for the show is $ 85,000.00. The appliances are not included but can be bought separately. If you are interested please contact the showroom
When it’s gone it will make the interval needed for our 5th new showroom show in less than two being. It’s exciting for us at MCK+B to presume the possibilities of what can take the place of such a distinctive and eye catching design.
Living in your Kitchen — design trends– Aston Smith