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The heart of a home is often its kitchen, a place not only for cooking but for gathering, sharing, and creating memories. When a client approached us with the challenge of rejuvenating their Upper East Side kitchen, we were excited to roll up our sleeves and get to work, knowing the potential that lay within those four walls.

The kitchen’s original state was a tapestry of past decades, adorned with wallpaper that had seen better days and fixtures that whispered tales of the past. Our task was to bring this culinary space into the present with a seamless blend of functionality and style.

Building a drop ceiling requires framing with metal studs first. Since the ceiling is concrete, the building doesn’t allow new lights directly in the ceiling. It doesn’t want any cutting into the ceiling. As the framing took shape, so too did the vision of a kitchen reborn.

before we started

The installation of drywall came next, a meticulous process where our expertise in creating smooth, seamless surfaces came into play. We then moved onto the removal of the old, peeling wallpaper—an exercise in patience and precision. The walls were treated to a careful plastering, sanding down any rough edges, and preparing them for their final act.

Framing and drywalling. Taping the new drywall. Plaster with 3 coats. Prime and paint.

Midway

The result? A kitchen is not merely updated but reborn, ready to play its part as the center of the home. This Upper East Side renovation is a testament to what can be achieved when expertise meets aspiration.

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