A New Historic Home in Philly

The remodeled Rittenhouse Square home of restaurateurs Michael Schulson and Nina Tinari has vintage-inspired character to spare

A New Historic Home in Philly
To emphasize the sweeping 16-foot ceilings of the historic building in which she and Michael Schulson live, Nina Tinari designed extra-tall kitchen storage. The rustic upper shelves, with chicken wire–and-glass fronts, are accessible via a sliding ladder. (Jason Varney)
From the Oct 15, 2020, issue

Michael Schulson and Nina Tinari, who own and run Schulson Collective's 14 restaurants, including Izakaya in Atlantic City, N.J., needed a hardworking home kitchen. They created a stylish space and a bar to house their wine collection. Take a peek inside!

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