This Mission Style Kitchen features cabinets are Medallion’s Gold series cabinet which is constructed using 1/2 inch maple plywood and 3/4 inch solid wood face frames. Quiet close doors and drawers are a standard feature of this fine quality cabinetry. Each Mission style door has 2 3/4 inch stiles and rails. Paired doors butt together without a center style for a truly useable space. The hardware shown is from the Chesapeake collection manufactured by Jeffrey Alexander. The main countertop is Cambria quartz Windermere with an ogee edge profile. There is no quartz backsplash, only the tile backsplash which meets the quartz countertop. The spacious island is Cambria quartz Bradshaw also with an ogee edge profile.
This first group of photos shows the design process. We personally meet with each customer to measure and discuss the dreams and options that are available. In addition to prints, the customer can view their design in 3-D from our computer screen during their visit to our showroom. This is invaluable for our customers to help picture their new space.
This picture shows the beauty of a copper farmhouse sink. It is a beautiful focal point of this simple kitchen. This sink is a Hahn copper curved front single bowl farmhouse sink. It features a hammered copper finish and extra deep basin for washing large post and pans.
This cabinet has the obvious glass front doors. This can be a focal point adding color and beauty to the kitchen. Below it opening onto the counter is a spacious appliance garage. Typically one thinks of the appliance garage as belonging in the corner, but this equally popular appliance garage gives the cook more elbow room. To the left of the glass doors is what Mike calls the “Happy Ending” angled door which opens from the dining room and the eat-at peninsula side of the kitchen as well as from the kitchen. (In our kitchen this is where the glasses are kept.)
The island is exceptional in size providing a generous workspace for more than one cook. The island has two rows of cabinets, the front side across from the sink has standard 24-inch deep base cabinets. Here there is room for a set of large drawers perfect for storing pots and pans just opposite the range. The back side, opposite the fridge, is home to the wine rack. This row of cabinets is 12″ deep. The island has space for one stool on the far end, a perfect space for a friend to hang out with the cook.
This beautiful wine rack is somewhat hidden but easily accessible. The rack itself is manufactured by the Vintage View company. Each side holds ten bottles of wine.
Pantries on either side of the fridge… what can I say except to state the obvious. These cabinets are stunning and provide a vast amount of storage space. They are 24′ deep and go from floor to ceiling. They open opposite the island, so even putting away groceries is a delight.
The slide-in range is a timeless choice with a microwave hood combination that gets the microwave off the countertop. Drawers next to the stove provide ample space for utensils and potholders of this Mission Style Kitchen.