Today we’d like to share a recent Crown Point installation that quite literally “brings the outdoors in.” Full-sized tree trunks, a vertical twig soffit detail and an overall asymmetrical design aesthetic contribute to its natural beauty.
Cabinetry from our Arts & Crafts Designer series is handcrafted in beautiful one-inch-thick Sapele and finished in a Nutmeg stain, contrasting nicely against the warm hickory floors.
You may recognize the glazed Lexington Green island from a blog entry from last summer. Now fitted with a Blue Australe Granite top and situated as the center piece of this grand kitchen, it looks quite at home!
Signature details from our Arts & Crafts Designer Series include bracketed crown molding, our Craftsman door and tapered legs with faux tenons.
The range wall showcases a tile mural from Motawi Tileworks, fittingly portraying a wooded landscape.
Part peninsula, part room divider, this beautifully crafted hutch cabinet is stunning. Upper cabinets rest on the counter, with retractable doors at the center keeping counter top appliances out of sight, but easily accessible.
Tall hutch end panels feature Arts & Crafts inspired decorative cut-out detailing with wispy brown maple glass panels showing through.
An impressive wet bar is conveniently located between the kitchen and an outdoor entertaining space. A small sink, wine fridge and two deep refrigerator drawers create the perfect beverage prep area.
Handcrafted from Antique Chestnut with a natural finish, this piece features our Ellsworth door (U.S. Design Patent #US D668,082 S) with its solid wood panel and wood muntin. Two leaded glass doors accentuate the center cabinet, which is also bumped out for visual interest. The crown moulding and applied toekick are the finishing touches on this impressive piece.
In keeping with the Craftsman look of the kitchen, this Douglas Fir vanity in the powder room boasts the same tapered legs, faux tenons and our Craftsman door, complete with square pegs.