Built in 1903, this Mediterranean-style home in Greenwich, Connecticut recently underwent a serious renovation that was spearheaded by Neiman Taber Architects and Jamie Drake Associates. Located on the Long Island Sound, the main focus of this remodel was to highlight the surrounding view. As part of the alterations, 3,500 extra square feet were added to the already existing 6,000, making room for a terrace that runs the entire length of the main house and addition, a three-car garage, gym, poolhouse, mudroom, and guest suites. Among the running list of add-ons, this stunning property now includes Niche modern kitchen pendant lights.
Four of our Stamen pendants in Smoke glass hang over the kitchen island. The neutral color of our Smoke glass complements the glass-front beige cabinets, marble countertops, and dark hardwood floors. The linear pendants above the island help to visually define the space and bring warmth and intimacy to this interior. Hanging multiple pendants in your kitchen? Try using one of our Linear Modern Chandeliers — they only require a single junction box and make it easy to customize your display.
The open kitchen connects to a dining area and patio with beautiful views of the water. Like the kitchen, the conjoining space incorporates green and brown tones to reflect the natural palette found just outside.