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The Washington Post checks in with some top designers to get tips on how to make the kitchen sink area more functional and attractive.
Architectural Digest PRO wrote a little about the partnership.
The Wall Street Journal takes a look at a beautiful closet remodel done by Christopher Peacock.
Inspired by his very first meeting at Temple Bar with the project’s developers, it was William Sofield who came up with the idea to launch two sister buildings at once. He wanted to redefine its location along 2nd Avenue and create structures so timeless they’d look like they’d been there for decades. To do this, he nodded to classic architectural features and brought back the craftsmanship, intricate detailing and ornamentation that are so iconic in the city.
Much lauded designer Christopher Peacock is rarely asked to do kitchens for a development, but The Orchard, which is planned to deliver in Lincoln Park this year, is going all in for handcrafted custom Christoper Peacock cabinetry.
Christopher Peacock, a talented designer of kitchens, closets, and other cabinetry, was in Dallas recently for the PaperCity Dallas Design Awards.
Marisa Bistany Perkins uses pattern and texture to create sophisticated interiors at a waterfront home
When it comes to creating a dynamic space, scale and proportion can be just as powerful as style and colour. These building blocks lay the foundation for the visual narrative and bring cohesive direction to every project. Join interior designer Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, Christopher Peacock of his eponymous luxury cabinetry company and award-winning sculptor David Harber, along with Galerie editor in chief Jacqueline Terrebonne, for a lively discussion on this dynamic topic. The internationally renowned panel, who work on both sides of the pond, touch on transatlantic commonalities and differences, historic and modern influences, plus how an emphasis on craftsmanship and a tailor-made approach brings a unique personality to their projects no matter the size.
To listen to the full talk visit the link and view "The Balancing Act".
After a picturesque childhood in England and a brief career as a drummer, Christopher Peacock chanced into the cabinetry business and he hasn't looked back since. The company he founded in 1992 has been through some twists and turns, but today it's stronger than ever, with nine showrooms and a booming commercial sideline. On this episode of the Business of Home podcast, Peacock shares the incredible story of how his company survived the 2008 recession, why he's been vertically integrated from day one, and how became known as the inventor of the white kitchen. This episode is sponsored by Universal Furniture.
They say first impressions are everything, so if you want to elevate your home, it’s best to start with your entryway. Trends in entryway design have really evolved in recent years according to interior designer Christopher Peacock, “Formal entryways are less and less important it seems, and whilst many homes have the obligatory center hall table and flower arrangement, we see a much greater emphasis being put on practical and informal decoration of the informal areas of the home.”
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Like a meticulous collector, designer Hillary Littlejohn Scurtis takes a curatorial approach to her work. “I am very disciplined, and I don’t like random objects that have no narrative,” she says. “If something doesn’t speak to the function of the room, I take it out.”
Anyone who’s ever wielded a paintbrush in the spirit of a DIY improvement project can attest there are indisputable benefits to investing in a gallon of paint. Not only is paint readily available for purchase online or via a local retailer, it’s also easy to apply and immediately changes the look and feel of a room.
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.
Christopher Peacock is honored to be CTC&G's Innovator Award Recipient.
Interior designer Marguerite Rodgers had been making minor updates to her client's 12,00-square-foot Shore residence but in 2015, the owners were ready for a full-scale renovation, a massive project that took two years.
What happens when a couple of empty nesters set out to create their dream getaway, a sprawling seven-bedroom Tuscan-style waterfront home on Long Island, only to decide after the initial plans are finished that they aren’t so enamored of old-world Italianate interiors?
"Really, all I wanted was a mudroom,” says designer Marisa Bistany Perkins of M West Designs. In a quest for that perfect room, she wound up purchasing and renovating a 1920s Normandy-style home in coastal Connecticut.
Custom cabinets, featured in Luxe Magazine's New York Edition, that incorporate all the ideal features.
The kitchen’s Christopher Peacock cabinetry is topped with a black granite counter on the island.
Christopher Peacock translates the high style of his signature kitchens into stunning wardrobes.
Exposed wood beams frame the open-concept kitchen of this 1883 renovated loft outfitted with custom dark-stained white-oak cabinetry by Christopher Peacock.
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Featured in the November issue of Luxe Magazine - San Francisco, Christopher Peacock's kitchen cabinetry accents this unique estate beautifully. The clever and well-thoughtout design allows for the old world materials to be appreciated to the extent that they should be.
Christopher Peacock was noted as a Top 50 Innovator in this edition of Kitchen and Bath Design News.
"[Andy] Cohen gets a boost from a flea-market stool in the kitchen, where the Christopher Peacock cabinets are painted in the company’s Black/Blue, and the counters are in end-grain walnut and semi-honed black granite."
"...The unit in question is a 3,949-square-foot 4-bedroom that boasts an open concept entertaining space with wide plank white oak floors throughout. Reclaimed wood beams speak to the history of the building, while marble countertops and custom cabinetry by Christopher Peacock in the kitchen add a touch of modern luxury."
A recent kitchen project completed through our New York City Showroom with our designer Katie Rogulski
"Twice as nice...Why two basins are are the secret of marital harmony...Double vanity washstand by Christopher Peacock."
... From this humble setting, high-end cabinets are crafted for the luxury market by the employees of Christopher Peacock, a Briton who moved to the US in 1987.
This Christopher Peacock kitchen design includes a Calacatta marble center island and a walk-in pantry...
C.C. Sullivan gives us an intimate look inside MetroLoft's 443 Greenwich, designed by CetraRuddy and Christopher Peacock.
The blue-and-white porcelain displayed in the breakfast area's Christopher Peacock cabinetry inspired the house's palette...
Christopher Peacock's Lambourne Collection combines natural ash with painted cabinets- In Farrow & Ball's "Mouses Back."
Christopher Peacock remains the benchmark for taste and understated elegance which has graced many of the world's most luxurious private estates and residential developments across the globe...
The Cullinary Collection from Christopher Peacock is the perfect blend of industrial chic and old world charm.....
Christopher Peacock's Culinarium collection features hand-brushed painted cabinetry dressed with copper hardware.
Page 43, "Pantry Essentials by Lori McGeown, Christopher Peacock"
"In the kitchen, for example, which Scharbo designed with the help of Sean Daly, a designer from Christopher Peacock, the linen banquette cushion has been 'vinylized' to be stain-repelling"
"Rooted in traditional, while maintaining furniture-quality construction, this postmodern cabinetry collection from Christopher Peacock bridges the gap between cool contemporary and warm traditional design."
"Once more, Connecticut's builders had plenty of admirable work to celebrate at the Twenty-Second Annual Hobi Awards on November 10th, 2015. Dozens of beautiful projects were recognized for excellence, ranging from complete custom homes to special-purpose rooms to interior design features and community developments.
Christopher Peacock was thinking of both past and present when he designed this kitchen for the 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show house in New York...