Raised-Panel Maple Cabinets in a Traditional Kitchen Design

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The photos below show details of a traditional kitchen design built with raised-panel maple cabinets. In the first picture, a bi-level peninsula makes a graceful angle. The peninsula overlooks a wall of windows. Wall cabinets are used to build the higher eating bar, which also shields the sink and clean-up clutter from view for those in the adjacent dining room. Simple round knobs for cabinet hardware let the beautiful maple grain take front stage.

The second photo shows a uniquely designed corner, with a stack of cabinets rising from the counter, ending in a mullion-glass door cabinet and traditional crown molding. The end wall cabinet is finished with a decorative raised panel door, and a narrow trim light rail conceals under-cabinet light fixtures from view. The stacked cabinets create a coffee station on one side, and a place to display cookbooks on the other side.

You can almost smell the fresh chocolate chip cookies in the third photo. The baking center includes a gas range, diagonal tile backsplash and warm-toned granite countertop.

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bi-level angled peninsula built of raised panel maple cabinets has end finished with decorative door panel and has full-window view
maple stained kitchen cabinets stacked on countertop, topped with angle glass-door cabinet for unique corner treatment
Baking center built with traditional raised-panel maple cabinets topped with earth-toned granite countertops and diamond tile backsplash next to gas range
Tray of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies atop white range next to maple raised-panel cabinets
coffee bar in traditional maple kitchen design includes corner with stacked cabinets topped with glass door cabinet

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