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A Look Inside the Kitchen at New York City's A Voce (Slideshow)

A Look Inside the Kitchen at New York City's A Voce (Slideshow)

What goes on behind the kitchen doors at A Voce?

Jane Bruce

The iconic Central Park is right across the street from A Voce.

The View From the Kitchen

Jane Bruce

The iconic Central Park is right across the street from A Voce.

Finishing the Sauce

Jane Bruce

A chef stirs the sauce for a dish about to be plated.

Final Touches

Jane Bruce

A server wipes a dish clean before bringing it out to the table.

Chopping

Jane Bruce

A couple of line cooks chop butter and parsley while facing the window to the dining room.

Slicing

Jane Bruce

A row of cooks prepares various things for the kitchen.

Don't Forget the Marshmallows

Jane Bruce

A note to the servers hangs on the wall by the door to the dining room.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.


1920&rsquos Home Update With Personality

If painting weren&rsquot so labor intensive, the walls in Annie Werden&rsquos Baltimore, Maryland, home would change like the leaves on the trees outside or the flowers blooming in the garden. &ldquoI can tire quickly of colors or get excited by something new,&rdquo Annie says. &ldquoPaint is the easiest and cheapest way to reinvent a room.&rdquo In the three years Annie and her husband, Matt, have lived in their 1920s-era three-story home, the walls in several rooms have been painted at least twice. &ldquoIf my husband would allow it,&rdquo Annie admits, &ldquoI would change our home&rsquos paint colors seasonally!&rdquo

Annie comes by her love of design and her interest in homes naturally. Her mother was an art teacher her dad was a real estate agent. She&rsquos channeled her natural talent into a career as an interior designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. Now Annie has turned the home she and Matt purchased into a stylish yet family-friendly retreat for the two of them and their children, Charlie (4) and Teddy (1).

Interior design: Annie Werden of Jenkins Baer Associates, Baltimore.