Refrigeration in disguise is only one feature of a lush cherry cabinet kitchen.
Rich and substantial, this cherry cabinet kitchen with a vaguely Mission style is typical of the kitchen boom during the first decade of the 21st century. It features cherry cabinets with burnt umber glaze on the perimeter mixed with tone-on-tone of a tumbled marble tile backsplashes. The cabinets have knobs and there are cup-pulls on the drawers. On the range wall, there’s a copper vent hood which blends into the reddish tones of the cabinets — with one upper cabinet on each side.
For contrast, the star of the stow is the English-style island with a pot shelf below and bracket feet on one end. Mixing country, English and Mission cabinet styles with pro appliances like the stainless steel range is another anything goes approach to kitchens.
Behind the island, what appear to be a large hutch is actually a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer “in disguise” behind cherry panels. All the door styles are Crown Point’s Providence. The fully integrated refrigeration is to identify and a soffit cabinet above each unit helps that impression. A stone counter between them provides a small buffet and ample setting down space. Interior cabinets between the refrigeration units have see-through doors to highlight displays.
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