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the husband and wife gourmet cooks. Knotty Alder cabinets with inset doors provide specialized
storage. Kohler farm front and vegetable sinks are integrated into this island cooking center.
center island. Outfitted with bar stools it seats up to five family members. For large family gatherings,
bar stools are removed transforming the island into an expansive buffet table.
Brizo Faucet, Kohler stainless steel sink and Insinkerator hot water dispenser.
with the full overlay transitional Woodstock cabinets. Customized storage is accessible in the drawers with full
extension guides. Duplex electrical outlets are hidden behind flip down panels at each end of the island.
Outstanding craftsmanship and attention to detail by our installer is demonstrated by the
hidden seam that is centered on and behind the under-mount Kohler stainless steel sink.
steel sink, Brizo touch activated faucet, Brizo soap dispenser and an Insinkerator hot
water dispenser in the middle of one side of this twelve foot long center island.
Grothouse Lumber is combined with a one and one quarter inch thick granite
to create an extraordinary center island in this high end kitchen.
Burmese Teak end grain butcher block countertop. With periodic oiling and proper maintenance, the countertop will resist
water damage for the life of the kitchen providing the Owners with a unique cooking center for their home.
use of floor space in this space bound kitchen. An abundance of specialized standard overlay Woodstock
cabinets within the island created the perfect cooking center for this family of two.
but elegant kitchen for two. Re-arrangement of floor space doubled cabinet storage
in this 1928 vintage home.
Kohler under-mount vegetable sink and traditional faucet it is an integral part of the cooking center for these gourmet
cooks. Shallow depth island end cabinets provide convenient storage space for cooking oils, vinegars and condiments.
contains a warming drawer, vegetable sink and eating bar. The second island contains a beverage cooler and main sink. The
space between the islands provides a direct path between the Wolf Cooktop and the expansive walk-in pantry.
With seating for two, it is centered on and opposite the 400 year old cast iron “Fire Back”
creating a compact cooking center for this kitchen.
working triangle. Jay Rambo Walnut Euro-style cabinets provide storage and a
location for two additional cooking surfaces in this large island.
The cabinets were custom designed to meet the specific needs of our client. The perfect size of the island
provides not only requested storage but much needed prep space for this cooking center.
so that the host can be cooking at the six burner Monogram cooktop while guests sit at
the island which overlooks a rear deck and expansive back yard.
family of six, it houses twin Bosch dishwashers, two Elkay Under-mount stainless steel sinks, a six burner cooktop,
four cubbies for the children’s school supplies and backpacks and seating for six. It serves as the daily activity center
for this busy family. On weekends, with bar stools removed it becomes a hub for large family gatherings.
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