Custom Cabinets, Kitchens and Woodworking, Placerville CA
The wood in this kitchen is red birch,the style is a flush overlay, or frame less cabinetry.The door style is a shaker with a 4in. style and rail.
The sugar pine in this kitchen came from the property that the house was built on. It was milled, air dried then used to make the kitchen and window trim. I like the extra counter top depth behind the sink. The crown molding is custom made as well.
The wood in this kitchen is walnut, the back splash is glass, and the granite tops have green transparent flakes in them which compliment the glass. The side by side ovens are flush with the cabinet doors and have the same 3/32 in. reveal.
In this kitchen the floor to ceiling cabinets are the original cabinets. They were modified by adding maple ply drawers on full extension drawer slides, and new doors and drawer faces. I like the way all the different materials bring this kitchen together, and stay consistent with the original style.
This kitchen is unique that the upper shelving is the top and bottom of the display cabinet. The shelves also look like they are suspended in air ( no visitable brackets).The style of cabinet is a face frame cabinet ,the doors are 3/8 in. inset, which is a traditional style.
This is the same kitchen featured on the main page from a different angle. The mullions in the cabinet mirror the mullions in the windows. This is a flush overlay door style with concealed hinges. The stain is an Aniline die stain which allows the grain to show through and are able to get a rich color.
The antiqued faux finish on this kitchen make it seem old. The panels on the refrigerator tie in well with the other cabinets. Decorative molding and base of the cabinets help make the cabinets look like furniture. The round display island has four wedge shaped drawers. The legs are round and fluted sitting on a shelf, with a ball under the shelf