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Kitchen and Bath Inspiration Gallery

New, High End Kitchen

comments (0) February 4th, 2013 in Project Gallery, Kitchen and Bath Inspiration Gallery         Pin It
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Two-toned cabinets add interest and depth to the kitchen.
The wine fridge looks built in with semi custom cabinets
Island column close up
Custom wood hood close up
Two-toned cabinets add interest and depth to the kitchen.Click To Enlarge

Two-toned cabinets add interest and depth to the kitchen.

Photo: Gary Parshley-Armstrong Cabinets

The developer was building a spec house in a new development.  In this model, we went all out to get a modern, sleek feel.  Semi-custom cabinetry from Armstrong Cabinets features two-toned cabinets to add depth and highlight the island with its custom columns.  A custom wood hood makes the cook area complete. 

The main kitchen cabinets are Lacerise from Armstrong Cabinets in a Cinnamon finish with a Brown Glaze to add warmth.  The island uses Lacerise in Espresso finish. The Energy Star rated appliances from the GE Profile add to the built in look.


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