Emily Roberts chose Olympian Danby marble for the kitchen counters. The gourd bowl is from B Gover Limited.
Tracy worked with Kasey’s brother, Todd Arnold, a contractor, to create a custom island (featuring a concrete top by Brian Sarché) and range hood for the kitchen. Aluminum tile from Ann Sacks and custom open shelving keep the space feeling bright and airy. The pendants are from Visual Comfort & Co.
The industrial kitchen is a smaller version of the kitchen Phil had in his last home. It was designed by Randy Welborn of Complete Restaurant Services, Inc., whom Phil uses for his restaurant projects. It’s very functional for when Phil entertains and brings in a chef to cook.
Kay Rankin focused on creating a kitchen to meet her every need. She chose the silestone countertops because she liked the look and the fact that they are extremely hygienic. The Tomaso Buzzi chandelier was produced in 1929.