Interior designer Keith Baltimore of Baltimore Design Group created a modern and sleek kitchen and dining area filled with artistic touches for the just-opened 2019 Holiday House NYC charity show house.
The event, located at East 65th Street in Manhattan through December 15, raises critical funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
In his show notes, Baltimore quoted: “Theory of design – if you want something to disappear, paint it red.”
We can see this technique used throughout the space, where the designer turned some functional industrial piping – which could otherwise be unsightly – into anchoring ceiling highlights.
But, Baltimore also added more intentional pops of vibrant red to the room in the form of beautiful accent bowls, a striking cabinet for glassware, and a display of crisp red apples.
Cutting-edge appliances, elegant countertops, and stylish white cabinetry keep the space contemporary, while curated artistic details like a zebra rug, tall sculptures, and graphic black and white Toile wallpaper give the room a one-of-a-kind flair.
For the creation of this space, Baltimore Design Group worked with brands like Alfonso Marina, Badilla Painters, Inc., Benjamin Moore Paints, Romo-Ulpholstery Fabrics, Nobilis Wallcovering, Best Home Collection, Bakes & Kropp, Country Carpet, Circa Lighting, and furniture and accessories from the Baltimore Design Center.
Want to see more? Stay tuned for additional style breakdowns on each room in the 2019 Holiday House NYC, coming soon to House Tipster Industry.