How to Make an Unexpected Style Statement in the Kitchen

Developers and designers in New York City are turning their attention to metals—not just the kind used for structural support, but the gleaming finishes of brass and bronze, which can lend a touch of glamour to interior details. And there’s a new focus for this trend: vent hoods. Once considered a practical aspect of kitchen design that was best covered up, designers have chosen to enliven the design of range hoods, making them stylish centerpieces. At The Fitzroy in Chelsea, it’s all about copper. The latest residential project in neighborhood from JDS Development has luxurious interiors by Roman and Williams, which echo the building’s striking Art Deco-style facade. On the exterior, green terra cotta tiles complement large, copper-framed windows. Inside, the metal range goods have been crafted from the same metal, lending the kitchen a warm and classic aesthetic.

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