Gordon Ramsay Hires Ferrarini & Co. For Kitchen Remodel 

 

Ferrarini & Co. Houzz Episode Featuring Gordon Ramsay 

 

Houzz Inc., the leading platform for home remodeling and design has just released the season two premiere of “My Houzz,” an online series that follows people as they renovate the home of someone meaningful to them. The first episode stars Emmy-nominated, multi-Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay as he oversees a secret home renovation, for chef Christina Wilson, the Season 10 winner of FOX’s “Hell’s Kitchen,” who is also currently part of the show’s All-Star Season 17.

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Via Houzz, Ramsey found and selected Matthew Ferrarini as the exclusive designer to complete this very special project. The episode is available to watch now at houzz.com/myhouzz.

Wilson is the first “Hell’s Kitchen” winner to be given a head chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak in Las Vegas, and is now the Executive Chef for the Gordon Ramsay Group’s restaurants in the U.S. Wilson used the earnings from her “Hell’s Kitchen” win to purchase her first home in Philadelphia. The episode follows Ramsay as he coordinates a covert home renovation alongside Wilson’s brother and sister-in-law, Jon and Jenny Wilson, as well as a Philadelphia-based designer from the Houzz community, Matthew Ferrarini, of Ferrarini & Co. Kitchens & Interiors.

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Earlier episodes of “My Houzz” have featured Ashton Kutcher, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Jenna Fischer, Ludacris and Kyrie Irving. Each episode documents a well-known public figure as they surprise someone who has made a difference in their life with the gift of a renovation, using Houzz throughout the journey.

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Hindered by abbreviations, the main level of this row home was clogged by divisions and punctuated with holes from layers of owners dating back to the 1920’s.  There were so many deviations from its original charm and personality, this project needed editing and refinement.  We started by taking the space back to its roots and removing many of the interior barriers to introduce an open floor plan.  The original brick and ceiling beams were exposed as a nod to the age and wisdom of the home itself.  This rustic setting is contrasted by adding polished, definitive silhouettes throughout, such as the new French door opening to the backyard, the structural and metallic forms found in the furniture, and the playful relationship of light and dark throughout the space.    Lastly, a space would not be complete without a layer of texture and adornment.  Velvet, wood, chicken wire, linen, and greenery all play an important role, lending themselves to everyone as a blanket of comfort and warmth.

 
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