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There’s something about a great kitchen that instantly transports you back to the home you grew up in. Even though the appliances are all high-tech now, and you need tons more room to stash your cooking gadgets and gizmos, kitchens can remind you of the family dinners and holiday parties of your youth.
Kitchen designer Christopher Peacock wanted to bring all of those memories and more out through his luxurious space at the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. The Connecticut-based designer overhauled a dated space to create magic for this year’s showcase, his seventh time at the annual charity event in a span of 20 years.
It's been dubbed the "Solarium Penthouse" with its 19 foot arched ceiling in the main living room, but it could bring back a few memories for alumni of the Catholic St. Agnes Boys High School. Developer Cary Tamarkin purchased the Upper West Side school from the Archdiocese of New York for $50 million in 2014 and turned these former halls of learning into 13 boutique condos that went on the market late last fall.