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Peter Salerno Is Proud to Be an HGTV Professional
When you think of the finest media outlets for home design, HGTV is as good as it gets. That’s why it’s such an honor that Peter Salerno is recognized as an HGTV Professional.
On Peter Salerno’s official HGTV Professional page, you’ll get a quick biography of Peter and his award-winning kitchen and bath design company, as well as an in-depth portfolio of some of Peter’s favorite recent projects.
Take a moment to browse Peter’s HGTV design gallery, including views of his award-winning kitchen designs, bath designs, custom cabinetry, reclaimed tin range hoods, and the perfect marriage of beauty and function.
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Gorgeous Kitchen Design Lands Feature In Luxury Homes + Estates
If you haven’t checked out Gallery New Jersey – Luxury Homes and Estates, now’s the time to start. Perhaps the regional tone of its title puts you off – don’t make that mistake. Gallery New Jersey features some of the most stunning home design layouts we’ve seen in any publication, and home design and interior design lovers will love their work.
Written by Trudy Walz and photographed by Peter Rymwid, this kitchen design feature layout appears in the latest issue of Gallery New Jersey – Luxury Homes and Estates. The kitchen design, created and executed by Peter Salerno Inc., is inspired by (of all things) a rusted car.
As Peter Salerno Inc.’s Director of Social Media Outreach Gabrielle Salerno-Mayer explains, “The island panels and custom metal hood were inspired by an abandoned rusty car. The client gave our designers a photo of a rusted car and said, ‘Use this as inspiration.’ Peter and our metal artist left steel panels out in the elements for a month and let nature take its course. After the aging process started, paint, acid, lacquer, and a blow torch completed the patina.”
If you’re curious as to other design features and materials utilized in this stunning kitchen design, here’s a rundown:
Counter Tops – Perimeter: Leathered Taj Mahal by Stone Surfaces
Counter Tops – Island: Blue Louise Grantie by Stone Surfaces
Backsplash – Glass Mosaic, Frangi Pani by Stratta Tile Boutique
Flooring – Porcelain, Visone by Stratta Tile Boutique
Rotisserie – La Cornue’s Flamberge
Sinks – Custom Sinks by Texas Light Smith
Light Fixtures – Corona in Blackened Smoke Metal Finish by Habbardton Forge
Perimeter Cabinet Inserts & Glass Table – Orange and Clear glass with Rice paper by 3-Form
All told, this one of a kind eclectic kitchen features multiple working stations, and state-of-the-art appliances that are chef’s quality but amenable to non-professional cooks as well.