Induction Cooktop in Island – Central Feature in Kitchen Design

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The central feature of this beautiful traditional kitchen is the double-deep island and induction cooktop. Since the induction cooktop has entered the appliance lineup, it has become a favorite of serious chefs and casual cooks alike. Electric induction heat an iron pot  or pan as quickly (or more) than a gas range, yet the cooktop is cool to the touch as soon as the pot or pan is removed.

The traditional design  extends to the smallest details, such as the stacked crown molding, decorative end panels on the island and pantry cabinet, glass mullion door over the built-in buffet, and ogee base trim on the island and buffet. Charming island pendants emphasize the cooking zone as the central focal point.

A hint of contemporary design is introduced in the glass tile backsplash, wood-grain porcelain tile floor and simple stainless bar pulls on cabinet doors and drawers. The overall effect, light and bright in color, is warm and inviting in style.

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white kitchen with painted raised panel cabinets, large double-deep island and built-in buffet with marble countertop