The Monogram Appliance Display was absolutely amazing!
The way these luxury appliances were incorporated into the kitchen was stunning.
Designer Richard Anuszkiewicz, a member of the Cosentino Design Alliance along with Nar, designed these appliances and cabinetry in a way that manipulates their function visually.
For example, the large canvas portion of the French Bistro Kitchen that disguises refrigerator doors, as well as the blush-colored fridge with its interesting detail of inner black trim with faux butterfly hinges. The cabinetry below the galley workstation with the inset gold finish hardware makes if feel more like an integrated furniture piece.
Anuszkiewicz continues to integrate spaces and blend their function by bringing the dining area back into the kitchen space.
Small detail was well thought out.
The Minimalist Kitchen shown here provided a fresh take on a Parson’s table – a four‐legged element with both gas and induction cooking elements incorporated like pieces of art.
Created by Grothouse, the table was comprised of hand‐planed Wenge wood and stainless steel counters with brass inlay detailing.
Bringing further dimension to an often‐austere palette, the Minimalist Kitchen included two signature Richar Living by Richard Anuszkiewicz brass refrigeration panels on the all‐new 30” Monogram Column Freezer and Refrigerator.
Handle‐less wall ovens were perfectly melded into cerused oak blackened Bentwood Cabinetry.
A Galley dresser in eucalyptus completed the dining room setting as a serving buffet paired with dual stainless steel Monogram dishwashers, two Luke‐lamp art wall sconces and a Phillip Jeffries wallcovering.