This 18th C. New Jersey farmhouse kitchen can seen from the front door hallway, so the owner's wanted a kitchen that looked less like a normal built-in kitchen. The six workstations allowed the timber structure and mexican tile floors to show between the pieces, which helped to blend the kitchen into the foyer, living and dining rooms. Eliminating soffits helps the unfitted look too!
|Model:||Left to Right: C34P Corner Working Pantry, S76 Sink Workstation, B40-O Island w/ oven, PR-36 Refrigerator, TP72-MH over B72-OC U.L. Listed Range Breakfront|
|Style:||Country (Also available in Arts & Crafts, Contemporary, Shaker, Traditional)|
|Material:||Cherry (Also available in Mahogany, Maple, Oak, Pine)|
|Color / Finish:||Stained (Also available in Natural, Painted)|
|Door Panel Design:||Flat, Raised Panel, Recessed (Also available in Applied Molding, Beadboard)|
|Features:||All-wood Construction, Dovetail Drawers, Inset Doors, Solid Wood Doors (Also available in Cane Inserts, Curved Door Design, Frosted Glass Fronts, Handleless Design, Lattice Panel, Matched Vertical Graining, Stainless Steel Mesh Inserts)|
|Dimensions:||1" Door Thickness|