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The Little Kitchen

Project by J posted 12-07-2012 12:13 AM 3369 views 1 time favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here is a small kitchen that I put together (with plenty of input from the customer) more than a year ago. The customer has since moved and that gave me the chance to take some pictures without his/her stuff in the kitchen. I just don’t like the idea of posting pictures of peoples personal items.

It’s a bit quirky, with a lot of different wood types, but it turned out amazingly well for being a conglomeration of so many different materials.

So here is some info about what went into this little kitchen.

Cherry cabinet doors, frameless maple cabinet boxes, Blum soft close drawer glides and hinges
Bamboo 3/4” cross banded plywood countertops edge-banded to conceal plywood layers and create a thicker looking counter; countertop coated with UV cured food grade product called Durakryl. I also made the backsplashes out of the bamboo ply as well.
The spice shelves span the two upper cabinets and are supported by all-thread anchored to the ceiling and encased in 1/2” copper pipe. Stainless acorn nuts cap off the all-thread underneath the shelves.

Bakers table maple butcher block (pre-made) cut out to accomodate a Blanco black cast granite sink (looks the same inside as out, so exposing it is okay)
Maple ply enclosure for dishwasher
Pre-made stainless shelves, again hung from copper encased all-thread, located above the bakers table and fridge location.
Exposed copper lines feed icemaker and dishwasher
Natural slate 16” tiles under the bakers table

-- I found the board stretcher... finally!



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posted 12-07-2012 03:18 AM

Very interesting combination J. I love the doors and drawer fronts. Your workmanship is outstanding. Thank you very much for sharing. I want to do do all my fronts like these.

Mark

-- Working on my home for 2 years and counting.

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posted 12-10-2012 03:11 AM

Nice work. I like the open concept, especially seeing the stairs behind the cabinets and cupboards. The choice of wood combination actually worked out well.

-- No matter how many times I measure, I always forget the dimensions before I cut.

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