We put this display in to show how one of our custom cabinet lines Premier can not only create contemporary design, but, that they can execute it like no one else can. The wood is flat cut figured walnut and the exotic grain is book matched throughout. The high gloss polyester finish makes this display shine. The hood is curved with an asymmetrical duct designed to fit the change in ceiling height. The entire display speaks for itself, totally unique and timeless! This display also illustrates the epitome of blending old with new. I like to refer to this display as “shabby chic”. What looks like old barn wood is actually made with new wood but is very expertly finished to look old.
These white painted cabinets were inspired by mid century architecture like the Empire State Building. This is a nice way to get a Transitional kitchen with some flare. The walnut interiors are standard so, we are showing it off with glass and lit interiors. The wood top is solid walnut that is actually 1 ¼” thick with ¾” hidden behind the drawers. This makes the wood top more stable through time, and, less likely to ever warp. The armoire next to it is made of a combination of rift ash and walnut.
Our bath display serves two purposes, a display and closing area. The tub is free standing, yet, built in with the same stone tile that is on the back wall. The white cabinets are Greenfield, showing that they can also create contemporary cabinets. The off white tall cabinets are Décor, and shows many accessories as well as solid wood vs. metal drawer options. The table is mobile, and, we do roll it out from time to time for large meetings or for events in our showroom.
For more information on our displays email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 301 657 2500. We would love to hear from you.
Jennifer Gilmer, CKD.