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Friday, January 29, 2010

Clean and Classic Kitchen


One of my favorite kitchens of 2009!
I love the classic mix of color tones in the clean shaker style cabinetry door. To me, this kitchen just invites you into it's space...begging to be the center of any good party, or family meal.




This kitchen was done in our "Medallion Silverline" in the Maple Lancaster Door by mixing Maple Gingersnap stain with Maple Divinity white painted. Just lovely!
Tall and shallow pantry areas are a true work horse of the kitchen. Who doesn't love storage! It's a great place for extra serving dishes, food goods, etc, the possibilities are endless.

I love the simple single sink with this tremendous depth to it.

Dishwasher drawers are so great for people that want to clean a load without having to wait to completely fill up the entire unit. Each drawer runs independent. Great for empty-nesters, small families, or Moms with endless baby bottles!
Here is another pantry area that is tall and slender but deep for storage.
So in this deep storage application, having full extension pullout drawers makes organization so much simpler.
Detailed photo of the double stacked crown I designed for their kitchen.

Up close of the Maple Gingersnap stain with a beautiful mid tone Granite
Up close photo of the backsplash done in a basketweave pattern. Gorgeous!


This kitchen was entirely designed in our semi-custom line of "Medallion" using their affordable cabinetry line of Silverline.
Yes, I said, affordable!
Design can and should still look amazing while still keeping it within your budget.

**So, here is the BEFORE:

and ahhhh, the AFTER:

3 comments:

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This is very impressive. A beautiful kitchen designing in this time and I am very impress to this design. Great blog- this looks very professional and very clean. Good luck rolling it out!

Deirdre G

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Nice collection of kitchen cabinets

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