RUTT Showcased at Manhattan’s Legendary Kips Bay Show House


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New Holland, PA  - May 19, 2011 - A grand town house originally built in 1870 at East 63rd Street in Manhattan is the site of the 39th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Designer and longtime RUTT Design Partner Regina Bilotta, co-owner of Bilotta Kitchens was called upon to design the kitchen for this chic and historic residence. 

The 2011 Kips Bay kitchen and butler’s pantry feature a mix of materials and colors that create a warm inviting family space for intimate dining, but also works for large catered parties in this significant East Side townhouse. Regina’s use of copper sets the tone. You’ll see it as the main countertop with an integral sink, in the textured wall finish and in the table settings. The mix of copper with polished chrome and stainless steel, RUTT cabinetry in linen paint with a coppery glaze, concrete table tops and marble counters, not to mention a bold mix of three distinctive backsplashes and two unique lighting styles, all give a contemporary edge to an otherwise traditional space.

 

2011 Kips Bay Kitchen

 The Kips Bay Decorator Show House, to benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, is open through May 26. Visit   kipsbay.org for more information.