This home's warm and inviting feel stopped at the kitchen—a builder-grade standard of honey oak. To add the required elegance, a rich cherry cabinet color was selected for the majority of the cabinetry. But to add a bit of contrast and antique feel, the island and baking center made use of distressed and painted cabinetry.
While granite is the predominant countertop in this kitchen, a planked walnut top was used at the baking center to add an warmer feel. Numerous pull-outs add convenience and accessibility to the cabinetry.
Location: McMurray, PA
Cabinet Details: Full overlay, Raised panel
Wood Species: Cherry (perimeter), Distressed maple (island)
Finish: Perimeter—Cabernet stain with satin lacquer top-coat, Island—Pigmented lacquer in black with distressing
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