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High Gloss Cabinetry Adds Drama to a Contemporary Kitchen

Together with Shirley Strom and Katie Marvin of the St. Louis interior design firm S&K Interiors, Beck/Allen Cabinetry designer Tom Steck gave this Downtown St. Louis loft a high-drama contemporary kitchen with high-gloss cabinetry from Talora by Decor. The reflective qualities of the laminate door fronts were expertly paired with polished, sculptural lighting, sleek hardware from Top Knobs and lucite seating. A sophisticated combination of gray and white were used for the perimeter cabinetry, accented with the island’s warmer, textured laminate, suggestive of wood grain. Custom panels were designed to conceal the kitchen’s Thermador appliances including a refrigerator, freezer, and two dishwashers. The shine and simplicity of the kitchen adds to the loft’s understated elegance; surrounded by furnishings that seamlessly marry the old with the new.

S&K Interiors Contemporary Kitchen


Contemporary Kitchen by S&K
Contemporary Kitchen Design by S&K Interiors
Penthouse Project Details:
Builder: Tim McGowan – McGowan Brothers Development
Architect: Amy Scherer – M2 Architecture Studio
Cabinetry: Tom Steck – Beck-Allen Cabinetry
Electrician: Rick Marshall & Matt Ellison – Marshall Electric, Inc.
Photographer: Matt Harrer
For more information on the cabinetry used in this project, contact Tom Steck at 314.677.6713 or stop by the showroom Monday through Saturday.

See more of this spectacular penthouse loft project by S&K Interiors here.