Photos by George Sharman
The British kitchen-and-design brand makes its way across the pond to Mamaroneck to elevate Westchester interiors.
British kitchen-and-design brand Cabbonet has opened a gallery in Mamaroneck. Founded in early 2019 by designer Andrew Hays under the umbrella of acclaimed London design house ARTEIM, Cabbonet features bespoke finishes that celebrate the art of tactility, new and old materials, and experiments with traditional finishes in contemporary contexts. The company offers doors and sliding panels made from woven metal, sculpted wood surfaces, bespoke hardware, elegant vitrines, and unique products, including glass spice drawers, sinks, and cabinet doors made from exotic stone, to name a few.
“I personally love our Sliding Woven Metal Cabinet, which draws inspiration from the traditional meat safe and adds an element of glamour to any interior,” says Hays. “I’m also fond of our Oilcloth Island, which combines a layer of metal with a layer of vividly veined natural stone to create an effortlessly modern centerpiece to a kitchen or dining space.”
“Working with an interior designer or architect or directly with the homeowner, our teams work collaboratively to create the perfect interior.”
At the heart of the showroom located in the Northeast Architectural space on East Boston Post Road is a carefully curated vignette showcasing the brand’s eclectic style and selections of materials and finishes, which are plentiful.
Whether you are working with a designer or architect upon entering Cabbonet, or you need design help, there is something for everyone. “Design professionals are attracted to the brand’s materiality and unique details, which give them the opportunity to create something beautiful and inspiring that responds to their vision for their client,” says Hays. “Working with an interior designer or architect or directly with the homeowner, our teams work collaboratively to create the perfect interior.”
Hays says Cabbonet has clients of all backgrounds, cultures, and lifestyles. “The unifying factor are those who appreciate beautifully crafted and highly practical kitchens and above all are design-savvy,” he says.
In addition to the Mamaroneck showroom, Cabbonet has also opened in Denver and will be opening another location in Los Angeles. “[We] embrace eclecticism and draw inspiration from a mix of design periods referencing both the past and a modern global lifestyle,” adds Hays. “Because the focus is on materials, the ways in which the elements can be combined are limitless, and therefore no two jobs are ever the same.”