Watch Peter Salerno Create Custom Kitchen Designs With Steel
If you want a kitchen that’s going to stand out without going the traditional routes, then watch this short video and see how Peter Salerno (and Peter Salerno Inc.) can make your kitchen really stand out with stainless steel!
In this video, Peter gives you an exclusive sneak peek inside his Wyckoff, NJ design studio and his production/manufacturing workshop, including private footage of his stainless steel design techniques.
Over the last decade, Peter Salerno Inc. has won more North American kitchen and bath design awards than any other design firm, from such prestigious organizations as the NKBA and Signature Kitchens & Baths. Part of Peter’s award-winning kitchen approach is the courage and vision to use bold, beautiful materials in all his kitchen designs, not just one “stock idea” that works well.
“When I’m meeting with a client and taking a look at the kitchen, I’m trying to find something that’s different and unique about it,” Peter Salerno says in this stainless steel design video. “Sometimes I see a situation where stainless [steel] is the perfect product to use.”
“You add a different material, the shine, the finish – something that’s very unique.”
Indeed, stainless steel isn’t limited to just kitchen appliances in an award-winning Peter Salerno Inc. custom kitchen design. Along with Peter’s acclaimed custom reclaimed tin range hood designs, stainless steel can be incorporated as an integral material in his kitchen designs.
Stainless steel was a vital design element in Peter Salerno’s 2012 1st place Best Overall Kitchen winner through the NKBA, as pictured above.
How can Peter Salerno and Peter Salerno Inc. utilize stainless steel (or other stunning design elements) in your custom kitchen design makeover? Fill out the contact form below for more information!
Fall 2017: 201 Magazine Features Gorgeous Kitchen Design Photos
Once again, (201) Magazine sets the bar extraordinarily high with a stunning kitchen design layout.
The latest Home Issue of (201) Magazine (for Fall 2017) features an article titled “For a Rising Culinary Creator”. The photography in the article is courtesy of Peter Rymwid Architectural Photography, and the kitchen was designed by Peter Salerno Inc. of Wyckoff, New Jersey.
The kitchen contractor is Anthony Vero of DiVero Electric and Remodeling in Mahwah, New Jersey.
We love the exposed beams and stone work leading into the kitchen (the photo on the right), with gorgeous archway moulding framing your view into the modern kitchen design. Peter Rymwid’s expert photography of the Peter Salerno Inc. design perfectly captures the custom range hood fixture over the kitchen island that serves as the focal point of the kitchen design.
Once inside the kitchen, the “wishbone” design of the island seating really captures the imagination. As with much 2017 transitional design, neutrals and whites act as the featured color palette of the design. The crisp white of the chairs and custom Maestro Rosolino cabinetry.
We also love the oversized exposed spice rack on the wall, and the beautiful La Cornue rotisserie wall feature that’s mounted several feet from it.
Other featured appliances come from Wolf, Sub-Zero, Miele, and U-Line (the wine refrigerators).
“The best part of the project was the collaboration with the owners,” Peter Salerno told (201) Magazine in the article. “They are artistic, and were not afraid to go with something edgy.”
The flow from the backsplash to the base of the kitchen island to the flooring really ties this beautiful kitchen design together.
For more information about this Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design, make sure you grab the Fall 2017 Home Issue of (201) Magazine!
The Designer Showhouse of New Jersey: Oct. 4 to Nov. 12, 2017
This is going to be gorgeous.
“The 9th Designer Showhouse of New Jerseywill take place at 46 Westerly Road in Saddle River, New Jersey. The 2017 Showhouse will feature the newest trends in interior design, presented by more than 20 accomplished designers, landscape architects and decorative artists. Hailing from New Jersey and New York City, these highly talented and innovative individuals will transform the Showhouse and property into a sensational experience for all who attend.” (source)
The Designer Showhouse of New Jersey is presented by Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation and benefits the Department of Patient Care: Patient Experience at Hackensack University Medical Center.
In other words, we’re seeing beautiful design for a great cause? Sign us up!
The showhouse opens to the public on October 4th through November 12th, 2017. Notable design sponsors of the 2017 Showhouse include Peter Salerno Inc. and Diane Boyer Interiors, as well as Wostbrock Home. Peter Salerno Inc. will be present within the Showhouse during the weekdays of the event, and Diane Boyer Interiors is responsible for the lovely staging of the exhibit.
Local designers are responsible for all the room designs in the 2017 Designer Showhouse of New Jersey. Peter Salerno Inc. brings their award-winning custom design experience to the Showhouse kitchen, desk area, butler’s pantry and all bathrooms in the exhibit. Diane Durocher of Diane Durocher Interiors is responsible for room design as well.
Peter Salerno Inc.’s Showhouse kitchen design features a backsplash from Stratta, the Tile Boutique, as well as appliances from Oberg & Lindquist.
There will be a special Preview Party held on October 3, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. at the venue in Saddle River, New Jersey. After the Preview Party, the Showhouse will remain open to the public.
From October 4 to November 12, 2017, the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey will be open to the public Tuesdays through Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (The exhibit is closed Mondays.)
For more information on this world-class design event, please call 551.996.3252 or visit the official 2017 Designer Showhouse of New Jersey website.
NJ Custom Design Showroom Announces New Weekday Hours
Starting Monday, September 18, 2017, a world-renowned custom kitchen and bath design company will be more available to the public than ever before!
Peter Salerno Inc. is proud to announce expanded hours for its boutique design showroom in historic Mendham, New Jersey. Beginning September 18th, the most award-winning North American custom kitchen and bath design firm of the 21st century will now showcase two showrooms open on weekdays.
The Peter Salerno Inc. boutique showroom is located at 5 W. Main Street in Mendham, New Jersey, and will now be open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday showroom hours will be by appointment only.
For unprecedented access to the most award-winning custom kitchen and bath design firm of the 21st century, please stop by either of Peter Salerno Inc.’s gorgeous design showrooms, or call (201) 251-6608 to schedule an appointment!
The article, part of the “Faces of Bergen 2017” series, focuses on the foremost names, faces and places in one of the most notable areas of America. Bergen County is located in northeast New Jersey, a short trip over the George Washington Bridge from New York City and Manhattan.
An excerpt from the article, “The Face of The Ultimate Kitchen”:
Following in the footsteps of his father, Peter [Salerno] developed a profound interest in the craft, becoming an elite Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer (CMKBD). Together with his wife, Tracy, and their children, Anthony and Gabrielle, this third generation family venture is recognized as one of the top design firms in the country and is the recipient of 35 national accolades.
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms of a home. Peter Salerno and Peter Salerno Inc. are the leaders in kitchen design because all of its designers are required to learn to cook or bake on a serious level. Peter and his son Anthony both take numerous classes at the Culinary Institute of America each year.
It’s not just focusing on the big picture, the little details matter just as much. To fill in these gaps that most other companies have, the company carries a premium selection of hardware and faucets with which to accessorize your kitchen. Peter’s daughter, Gabrielle, can help you pick out all your hardware needs.
Peter Salerno Inc.’s flagship showroom and offices are located at 511 Goffle Road, Wyckoff, New Jersey – in the heart of Bergen County, new Jersey. Its new satellite showroom is located at 5 West Main Street, Mendham, New Jersey.
BEFORE & AFTER: Kitchen and Living Room Re-Design Photos
Sometimes, a decent living space can become an outstanding one. It just takes a great custom home design team and a smart re-design concept.
Today, we’re taking a look back at a simple-yet-stunning kitchen and living room re-design effort from Peter Salerno Inc. – the most award-winning North American custom kitchen and bath design firm of the last 15 years.
The home in question had a ton of potential – it simply needed a better floor plan.
With an expert eye and a focus on an open floor plan, better use of ambient light and brighter color scheme – all while maintaining function and ample storage space – Peter Salerno Inc. set to work.
The resulting kitchen design and living room layout prove that strategy and planning matter every bit as much as other steps in your design process.
Let’s take a look at a pair of “before and after” living room and kitchen design photos and see how Peter Salerno Inc. took a good living space and made it a great one!
BEFORE: An awkward recessed “office space” in the living room…
AFTER: A beautiful wine bar and credenza opens up the floor plan.
BEFORE: A spacious but clunky kitchen island and bulky cabinetry…
AFTER: A more streamlined cabinet design, custom range hood & intelligent kitchen island opens up the kitchen design.
In Part 1 of our ‘How to Afford Luxury Home Design’ series, we discussed personalization of your home design and the concept of “affordable luxury”. This trend, popularized by some of today’s most notable home designers, is focused on bringing a sense of luxury and class to any home, regardless of size, space and budget.
As Part 1 states, bringing “affordable luxury” to life in your home design generally requires you to work with a renowned professional design firm. This seems a bit counter-intuitive at first glance, as “professional design” and “affordable” don’t seem to fit with one another.
However, world-class design firms like Peter Salerno Inc. have made it part of their brands’ missions to provide award-winning design solutions to a wider expanse of budgets.
Skeptical readers certainly have their questions about this theory, and it’s our job to resolve those doubts. In this “Q&A” style article, we’re going to debunk some myths about professional design firms and price point, as well as offer some concrete examples that “affordable luxury” is a trend that will only become more accessible as time passes.
Q. Hiring a professional design firm inherently costs more money than a DIY approach to home design, doesn’t it?
A. Perhaps, but not necessarily – especially if you consider an investment of your time part of the expense.
Think about how much time it takes to plan, actualize and complete a DIY project. There are likely days missed from work, personal time lost on weekends, and (inevitably) the pain of having to approach various parts of your home design task two, maybe even three times to get it right.
A professional home design firm streamlines your home design process and execution, offering you the ability to get it right the first time. The proper plans will be made. Every facet of the job, from design to accessories to fixtures and nuances, will be done properly the first time to your satisfaction.
Q. How can I be sure a high-quality home design firm will match my budget?
A. If you’re seeking high-caliber design, there absolutely will be an inherent level of cost. The difference between that cost in the past versus today comes down to one factor – demand and competition.
Virtually anyone can create a world-class home design on an unlimited budget. The best design firms are all competing for your business in a slightly deflated market; as such, now is the perfect time to snag a tremendous designer at a reasonable price.
Take it from Peter Salerno Inc., the most award-winning North American custom kitchen and bath design firm of this century. Here’s a quote directly from their website:
For those that appreciate quality, craftsmanship, and design but don’t require a Rolls Royce; Transitions is the only choice. We bring our award-winning design expertise to your space accompanied by quality cabinetry with a wide variety of door styles, finishes, and moldings.
At a price-point 20%-45% less than our Tesoro line, this is the perfect option for builders and homeowners looking to furnish a home with something extraordinary while staying in budget.
Q. Okay, so world-class home design companies are competing at a more affordable price range. What about their suppliers and sub-contractors?
A. This is actually one of the major advantages of working with renowned designers. Their long-term, pre-existing relationships with suppliers, artisans and sub-contractors allow them access to more competitive rates than the average design team or consumer.
Suppliers and sub-contractors must maintain close, functional relationships with high-end custom home designers in order to maintain a steady stream of work, not to mention an appropriate level of prestige. It is in their best interest to negotiate competitive rates with the very best designers – that savings is inevitably passed on to savvy consumers.
Q. Assuming we’ve covered the home design process when it comes to “affordable luxury”, how does that apply to delivery and installation?
A. Simple. The very best custom home design companies do both.
The team at Peter Salerno Inc. explained to us recently that for the best designers, it’s never “just” about awards, trade shows and magazine articles. The true joy for these firms is in personal delivery and installation of their design creations, ensuring they come to life exactly as they were planned.
Interested in more information about “affordable luxury” when it comes to world-class custom home, kitchen and/or bath design? Fill out the contact form below and ask us your questions/give us your comments!