The homeowner had an addition built onto the back of her 1960's era home which allowed for an entirely new kitchen and entertaining space. She selected a clean, shaker look for the cabinetry, but wanted some degree of contrast between the perimeter cabinetry and island. An espresso stain on maple was selected for these areas, while maintaining the shaker door style.
The "dry bar" cabinetry was designed to look as a piece of furniture while still maintaining an integrated appearance with the rest of the cabinetry.
Location: Mt. Lebanon, PA
Cabinet Details: Full overlay, Inset flat panel (shaker)
Wood Species: Poplar (perimeter), Maple (island and dry bar)
Finish: Pigmented lacquer in Sherwin Williams Extra White, Island--Stained Espresso
Countertops: Cambria Quartz, Torquay
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