Vintage Home Features Built-in Maple Hutch
The pictures below show how semi-custom cabinets with all the features you look for in a working kitchen – corner lazy Susan, full-extension drawers, light rail trim to conceal under-cabinet task lighting, and an island cooktop – can be gracefully integrated into a 1930s vintage home.
As you browse the photos, notice the aged oak floors, wide door casing with corner blocks, and exposed brick wall between the butler’s pantry and kitchen. When designing a new kitchen to blend with the original architectural vision, the homeowners chose maple inset cabinets, a most traditional style that features exquisite detailing and fine craftsmanship. The exposed hinge barrels, in oiled bronze, are complemented by the drawer knobs and door knobs. A stone backsplash and granite countertop complete the vintage look.
Taking advantage of the home’s high ceilings, the kitchen designer stacked wall cabinets, providing extra storage for those rarely used items and keeping the day-to-day dishes close at hand.More Photos