KR+H's Hidden Kitchen Reveals Itself


Paul captured this view of Central Park from a KR+H project site in NYC.

Paul captured this view of Central Park from a KR+H project site in NYC.

Since KR+H's Hidden Kitchen was shown in New York City in 2011, it has been our delight to see how it inspires homeowners. Both functional and aesthetic elements of our Hidden Kitchen are being revealed in new kitchen designs for our customers, including two projects in NYC.

One New York couple who saw KR+H's Hidden Kitchen at The Architectural Digest Home Design Show was drawn to its hidden function and furniture look. The townhouse the couple is renovating will include a kitchen by KR+H that will be in concert with their Chinese Deco furniture collection.

Another New York couple saw our Hidden Kitchen at ICFF, International Contemporary Furniture Fair, and was drawn to its back-painted, acid-etched glass that offers a play of translucent color blocking.

KR+H kitchen, designed by Paul Reidt, for one of our New York City projects. The homeowners selected acid-etched glass back painted with the colors of "deep poinsettia," "oracle," "argyle," and "stone." The color block design will be paired with maker wood. 

KR+H kitchen, designed by Paul Reidt, for one of our New York City projects. The homeowners selected acid-etched glass back painted with the colors of "deep poinsettia," "oracle," "argyle," and "stone." The color block design will be paired with maker wood. 

The idea of incorporating luminous color blocks into a kitchen's design has appealed as well to Boston homeowners who visit KR+H's showroom. One Boston homeowner, a returning KR+H customer, worked with us to design and make the kitchen for her new home in Boston's Fort Point Channel, incorporating back-painted, acid-etched glass. Her elegantly modern and colorful kitchen has been selected by Design New England magazine for a photo shoot and will appear in an upcoming issue. We'll keep you posted!

To learn more and see our video revealing the secrets of KR+H's Hidden Kitchen, go to Paul's post: The Hidden Kitchen: a place for everything.