Contemporary Twist on a Historic Townhouse
Designers Paulina Hospod and Albert Rutkowski of New York City-based AhA!nteriors created this contemporary look out of an out-of-date, closed-in kitchen with only the charm of history to boast about.
Before the redesign, this century-old space had a galley kitchen, minimal natural lighting and dated appliances.
The team could not completely remove the wall between the kitchen and living space because of the waste pipe risers, so instead they created a feature wall out of the remaining portion complete with floating shelves and LED lighting.
The master bathroom also had a clean, black-and-white palette with pops of color and a highly functional layout because of its small square footage.
The black-and-white hexagonal tile pattern on the floor makes the space feel larger, while also giving it a dose of color.