This week’s Project Spotlight is a Pure White traditional kitchen by legendary designer Christopher Peacock from a luxury estate in Braircliff Manor, NY.
This gorgeous luxury donation was referred to Renovation Angel by Cusato Management Corp in South Salem, New York. It comes with an exquisite island, a Franke single farmsink, granite and onyx countertops, and a full suite of luxury appliances!
- Dacor 30″ stainless double w/ dual convection Wall Oven
- Sub-Zero 27″ paneled under-counter drawers Refrigerator/Freezer:
- Dacor 36″ stainless gas 6-burner Range Top
- Best 33.75″ stainless insert w/ blower motors Hood
- Bosch 24″ paneled Dishwasher
- GE Profile 24″ stainless Microwave
For more photos, you can view the live link for this project on our sister-site Green Demolitions.
About Cusato Management Corp.
Cusato Management Corp. creates classically-conceived, elegant living spaces for sophisticated urban and suburban lifestyles. Their homes reflect a unique blend of sound and creative architecture, elegant yet understated design, superior construction materials, and fine craftsmanship. No detail is overlooked as they orchestrate the development process to create homes in complete harmony with their settings.
The Cusato Process
They begin their development process by critically analyzing the property to determine how the new home will fulfill the potential for a particular location. This process may result in either the demolition or renovation of the existing structure. Then, working closely with the commissioned architect, they begin the design process, going through multiple drafts of blueprints to develop a design that is original and functional, and at the same time elegant and slightly dramatic. The fundamental principle of their design process is that each location and each home is unique. There is no standard design for Cusato Management Corp.. Rather, there are common themes of quality of construction and attention to detail.
Once they begin the actual construction, they continuously analyze each room with a critical eye for the appropriate level of architectural detail. It is only as each room unfolds, and they truly understand the view from each window and doorway and the flow from room to room, that they can supplement the blueprints with the details that will make each room unique with architectural integrity. Throughout the process, Cusato spends a great deal of time making sure that even though their homes include the most up-to-date technology that they are still reminiscent of an older, simpler and more classic age.
To learn more about Cusato Management visit HERE.