|Project by cabinetman||posted 02-28-2007 11:47 PM||2158 views||0 times favorited||11 comments|
I do have to apologize for the quality of these pictures, as they are from 35mm prints and were taken with film for available light. The flourescent lighting plays havoc with color prints. This kitchen was basically made with an oak tambour exterior. The rounded corners on the upper cabinets are a 3” radius. Drawers are all 1/2” oak. By the stove I incorporated a pot and pan lid pull out. On the pantry side, there’s a roll top desk, bread/appliance storage roll top, and a chefs pantry.
The small doors at the top of the pantry lift up and lock and each opening has a pull out shelf. The handles are oak continuous pull. The hood fan cabinet over the stove was made to enclose a standard hood. The ceiling was done in bookmatched and sequenced oak and the trim rings for the lights were made from solid oak to replace the metal ones. The finish was done in clear lacquer. This is one of the first Corian tops I experimented with.