Premade Cabinets

Premade Cabinets

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS finished kitchen cabinets ,Solid Wood Doors & Plywood Boxes,Soft Closing Hardware. FACTORY DIRECT 10'x10' Kitchens only $1400.

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If traditional, neutral kitchens aren’t doing it for you, maybe it’s time to think Premade Cabinets outside the white cabinet box. These two eclectic kitchens fuse elements of classic style with modern convenience and industrial edginess for a look that’s anything but ordinary. "1. Cutting-Edge Cottage Why the design works: Steel construction material provides a streamlined aesthetic and 2. Industrial Revolution “Uh-oh” moment: Water sloping into the foundation damaged the back wall to the outdoor space beyond repair. Skrivan came up with the ideas of creating a concrete slope to redirect water to the outside and introducing the garage-style doors." If this homeowner wants a bowl of cereal, he must first lift a 40-pound steel ladder into place and climb up several feet to a cabinet where he stores his dry goods. The desire to preserve large windows Premade Cabinets and the lack of available wall space prevented more accessible storage. But that didn’t matter for the homeowner, a San Francisco tech CEO who enjoys exercising and doesn’t mind the extra lifting. He sees it as a minor sacrifice in the name of creating a knockout focal point in the industrial loft setting. “It was really all about the look,” says Cindy Bayon of Muratore Construction + Design, who designed and built the almost entirely custom kitchen. “OK, in hindsight there should have been wheels on the ladder.” "Muratore Construction + DesignPhotos by Scott Hargis PhotoKitchen at a GlanceLocation: San FranciscoSize: The entire loft is 1,400 square feet.Steel is Premade Cabinets the kitchen’s main ingredient, cladding the nearly floor-to-ceiling cabinets, the massive island and even portions of the redwood structural posts. Its rawness fits well with the former early-1900s lithograph-warehouse setting and lends an edge that seems to permeate the entire project.The original kitchen sat tucked underneath the loft seen on the left here; it was a dark and uneventful space. Bayon and the homeowner brought everything over to the double-height, brick-walled former living room, where large windows bring in lots of natural light. (The living room is now where the kitchen used to be.)They wanted to Premade Cabinets get everything on the one wall, so the two brick columns basically were all they had to work with. Tall appliances, like the refrigerator, wine fridge and double stacked ovens, took up most of the available space, so the upper cabinet “bridge” storage was left for the pantry and extra dishware. Given the height of the loft, though, the tall cabinets helped cut down visually on the void.Chandelier: Restoration HardwareThough the homeowner isn’t an avid cook, he still wanted a working kitchen. In some places it’s just that style trumps function. “There are kitchen standards of how far things should be apart, such as the sink in relation to the cooktop,” Bayon says. “We broke a lot of rules and tried to find the balance of looking like an art Premade Cabinets installation but making a functional kitchen.” The homeowner didn’t want solid metal cabinets that would create a clanging racket every time he dropped a piece of silverware into a drawer or shut a cabinet. So Bayon’s firm designed and built wood cabinets, then had another company, Berlin, fabricate steel panels to cover everything. The island houses the sink, dishwasher and a pullout for garbage. There’s also a bank of drawers on one side and an open cubby on another for often-used dishware. During the demolition they discovered a manhole cover and a large tank, the original Premade Cabinets use of which is unknown to Bayon. “I’m just glad it wasn’t filled with chemicals,” she says. The crew filled the tank with concrete and laid the floor over it. The homeowner kept the manhole cover as a souvenir and plans to use it as a platter for the island. The island is 42 inches deep and acts as the main cutting and prep space. It’s topped with marble that has a warm wood tone. She and the homeowner found these antique wheels at a metal yard, though they are Premade Cabinets purely aesthetic and don’t allow the island to move. Solid steel cubbies form a display shelf above the upper cabinets. In a corner opposite the kitchen, a punching bag and gymnastics rings hang from a steel beam for exercising."