Dazzling Butler’s Pantry Design Photos | Peter Salerno Inc.
A few weeks ago, we brought you exclusive photos from a stunning new kitchen design from Peter Salerno Inc. A modern kitchen that delicately balances 2018 trends with classic design elements, Peter Salerno and his team created a masterpiece that ranks with the finest new kitchen designs of the year.
But the kitchen design doesn’t come alone! It’s accompanied by a dazzling butler’s pantry and augmented by hallway cabinetry that elevate a luxurious kitchen design into a complete transformation of a home.
Much like our previous article about this design, we’re going to keep the words to a minimum and let the photos do the talking! A few things we do want to point out:
We love the unique backsplash tile in the butler’s pantry, a glass mosaic tile from Stratta, the Tile Boutique;
The white Miele coffee maker in the butler’s pantry, which flows so seamlessly with the cabinetry and appliances;
The simple yet elegant brown leather pulls on the hallway cabinet, from Richelieu.
Here are some of the overarching design stats, specs and points of information about supplies and sub-contractors!
– White Miele Coffee Maker
– Crystal Knobs from Hardware Resources and Pulls from Richelieu
– Backsplash, glass mosaic from Stratta
– Benjamin Moore Color Match to Blue Danube
– Brown Leather Pulls from Richelieu
Reminder: For a look at the full kitchen design, along with beautiful photography and design specifications, click here!
When Peter Salerno Inc. teamed up with Stratta, the Tile Boutique to create a transitional bath design they called ‘Simple Tranquility’, Peter knew they were creating something special.
Three years later, the beautiful transitional bathroom is still a timeless, stunning design. It was awarded 2nd place nationally by Signature Kitchens and Baths magazine in March 2015. It was quite an honor for Peter Salerno and his team, who also took home two national kitchen design awards from the NKBA during the 2015 KBIS convention in Las Vegas.
‘Simple Tranquility’ is a transitional bathroom in Bergen County, NJ. The cabinets are walnut with an espresso stain from Peter Salerno Inc’s coveted “Mastro Rosolino” (TM) line of cabinets.
The tops are marble from Stone Surfaces in East Rutherford, NJ. The backsplash is glass and porcelain, and the floor is marble tile by Stratta – The Tile Boutique , Wyckoff, NJ. The hardware is polished stainless from Hardware Designs in Fairfield, NJ. All the fixtures and fittings also came from Hardware Designs, while the sconces and chandelier came from Capitol Lighting in Paramus, NJ.
This gorgeous transitional bath design was truly a team effort, and Peter Salerno certainly shares this award with all parties involved – Stratta, Stone Surfaces, Hardware Designs, Capitol Lighting, and his own team at Peter Salerno Inc.
But the people to truly be congratulated are the owners of this nationally award-winning bathroom – it was their project, their space, and their dreams that made this room a reality!
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!
A Closer Look at Our Featured 2017 Summer Kitchen Design
At Design Your Lifestyle, we’re proud to feature an outstanding kitchen or bath design for each season. Our Summer 2017 featured design (in the header of our page) is a gorgeous transitional kitchen design by Peter Salerno Inc. – the most award-winning North American custom kitchen and bath design of the 21st century.
“Farm Meets City Sleek” is a lustrous transitional kitchen that manages to combine rustic charm with uptown chic. One’s first glance at this transitional kitchen design is bathed in white and ambient light, a nod to the recent kitchen design trend where whites and neutrals are used as the primary focus of the overall color design scheme. From the custom Maestro Rosolino cabinetry (a trademark of Peter Salerno Inc. design) to the kitchen island base, this kitchen is adorned with white.
Notes of gray and neutral complement the design, through the custom range hood and counter to the island countertop and wood flooring. One of our favorite aspects of this kitchen design is the the 2×8 mixed metal and glass mosaic backsplash over the range, created by the team at Stratta, the Tile Boutique.
Here are some specific details about this gorgeous transitional kitchen design.
Cabinetry: Maple wood painted Tennis White
Perimeter Countertop: Caesar Stone Piatra Grey #5003 1 1/4″ by Stone Surfaces in East Rutherford, NJ
Island Countertop: 1 1/2″ Stainless Steel by EMI Industries in Boonton, NJ
Flooring: Original hardwood flooring from home, no information was given by homeowner
Backsplash over range: 2×8 mixed metal & glass mosaic by Stratta Tile Boutique in Wyckoff, NJ
Sink: Franke MHX710-30 30x21x9
Island Light Fixtures: Exter 16-Jar Pendant by Potterybarn
Refrigerator/ Freezer: 48″ Sub-Zero 648 Prog
Gas Range: Wolf #GR606F
Steam Oven: Wolf #CSO24
Wall Oven: Wolf #SO30PE/S/PH
Hood: 60″ Stainless Steel
Dishwasher: Miele Futura Dimensions #G5675SCVI
Microwave: GE #PEM31SFSS with Trim Kit #JX827SFSS
Warming Drawer: 30″ Wolf WWD30
Ice Maker: Sub-Zero UC-15IP
NOTE: All photography featured in this article is courtesy of Peter Rymwid, on behalf of the team at Peter Salerno Inc.
Sub-Zero, Wolf, Peter Salerno Inc. Combine For Transitional Kitchen
This transitional kitchen design is so stunning, Sub-Zero and Wolf call it an “inspiration” on their official website. From the companies that transformed the American kitchen, that’s saying something!
The kitchen, dubbed “Transitional Elegance”, belongs to owner and co-designer Julie Ferrara. It was designed by Peter Salerno Inc. of New Jersey (winners of the most national kitchen and bath design awards since 2002), and features a stunning array of appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf.
Sub-Zero and Wolf refer to the kitchen as the “soul of the home”, and it’s no accident their appliances found their way into such a stunning transitional kitchen. Clean and inviting, this open design beckons guests into the kitchen space with tons of seating at its dual booked-match walnut islands.
The ceiling serves as a “fifth wall” in this transitional kitchen design, with audacious statement lighting and a lit recessed silver tin section.
Julie Ferrara’s original traditional kitchen design featured gorgeous archways which were not lost in the updated design (as per her vision and request). As a result, the primary archway provides the frame inside which your first view of the kitchen is “painted”. That view includes a sleek, world-class exhaust hood and clean marble backsplash – not to mention the latest in Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances.
It was important for this kitchen to be as functional as it is beautiful, as Sub-Zero and Wolf explain in their feature article:
Since both clients are passionate cooks, the kitchen needed to have the best cooking and refrigeration products. The use of Sub-Zero and Wolf products – 60” range, convection steam oven and warming drawer, integrated refrigerator and freezer – allowed the designer to have both form and high-quality function.
Since 1997, Peter Salerno Inc. has operated with one creed in mind: “it’s all about the extraordinary”. The combination of Peter Salerno’s years of business and industry knowledge with his passion for art and architecture has made him one of the most sought-after designers in the industry. Now, Peter Salerno Inc. stands alone as the most award-winning custom kitchen and bath design firm in North America in the 21st century.
Peter Salerno Inc. Showroom Update: New Display Construction Underway! [PHOTOS]
New Miele Transitional Kitchen Construction Underway at Peter Salerno Inc.
Exciting things are once again underway at Peter Salerno Inc. – this time, it’s inside Peter’s award-winning showroom in Wyckoff, New Jersey!
Over the last few months, we’ve told you about the new transitional kitchen vignette that is coming to the Peter Salerno Inc. showroom, featuring the latest Generation 6000 line of Miele products, including the flagship Miele combi-steam oven. Well, a new showroom display can’t take shape without a little construction, and this week kicked things off in a big way!
Our good friends at Green Demolitions in Fairfield, New Jersey, were on hand to begin the showroom construction and renovation project. It was sad to say goodbye to the beautiful sage green kitchen display that adorned the front-left corner of the Peter Salerno Inc. showroom, but the results we have in store are well worth the changes!
It’s a big project, and as we always do on the official Peter Salerno Inc. blog, we love to “pull the veil back” and give you an inside peek at what’s going on in the Most Innovative Small Showroom of 2015. You can bet that Peter Salerno and his team are making sure the most innovative showroom stays that way!
Again, thanks to Wayne, Phil and Steve from Green Demolitions for their assistance and expertise on this showroom renovation. And we will keep you all updated on the exciting changes to our award-winning, innovative showroom, as well as the brand new transitional kitchen design to come (brought to you by Miele and Peter Salerno Inc.!).