The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the living room where everyone hangs out.
New York. This city in the 1920s was the Art Deco celebration of glamour and lifestyle with simplified geometries.
You’ll see it in the custom mullion grid on the refrigerator, which was inspired by the top of the Chrysler Building as well as the DXV logo.
Both the Swarovski light fixtures and the La Cornue range are new takes on classic archetypes, embracing DXV’s idea of reinventing the classics.
“I selected the Fresno Culinary Kitchen Faucet for the butler’s pantry because of its tall, utilitarian presence,” Richard says. “For the primary cooking center, the Fresno Single Lever Kitchen Faucet offers a beautiful sense of tailored refinement.” Together, they underscore the timeless relationship between yesterday, today and tomorrow.
The great thing about DXV is that they offer unlimited amount of possibilities. I love that each product has its own personality, if you will, but they also complement one other and work together beautifully.