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This Seattle homeowner was ready for a radical change. Her architect, Nils Finne, Wood Cabinets for Sale described her approximately 85-year-old home as Tudor-ish,” with a separate kitchen and dining room. After persuading the homeowner to remove the wall between the two rooms, the architect needed to turn the resulting 34-foot-long kitchen into something warm and wonderful. Now it was time for him to get radical. So Finne invoked his love of “crafted modernism,” as he calls it, and custom designed everything: the space plan, the island, even the pendant lights. Mixing natural and engineered materials, straight and organic lines, and dark and light tones, he created a kitchen that feels contemporary and fresh yet is well integrated with the rest of the home. "Photos by Benjamin Benschneider The previous kitchen was not an inviting space, and it didn’t have room where people Wood Cabinets for Sale could gather or hang out. The room beyond it is the former dining room.FINNE ArchitectsAFTER: Now the room — 34 feet long and about 15 feet wide — runs from the east side of the house to the west. To complement the linear space, Finne added two custom surfaces: an island and a dining table. The doors at the west end of the room offer views of Puget Sound. The dining table has a reclaimed, live-edge elm top that floats above a blued-steel base. The top is stained dark espresso. The table legs have a bronze overlay that’s been laser cut with a leaf pattern. The straight machine-cut lines have nature-inspired patterns; the live-edge wood is supported by lines of Wood Cabinets for Sale steel. There’s tension and balance between these engineered and nature-inspired details throughout the home. This photo shows the size of the trough sink in the island and how much can be stored on the shelf below. The custom sink is 41 by 12 inches and made of stainless steel. “The sink allows two people to work side by side, and it is also great for parties — you put ice in the trough and fill it with bottled drinks,” Finne says. To play against the linearity of the space, Finne dotted the pendant lights in a haphazard Wood Cabinets for Sale pattern across the long room. “I wanted them to look like candles floating in the air,” he says. He chose inexpensive off-the-shelf pendants, then crafted custom brackets in blackened steel. FINNE ArchitectsThe client’s son is a potter who worked in Japan for a Japanese “living national treasure,” Finne says. Most of the pottery displayed in the kitchen is the son’s work. “There was definitely some Japanese inspiration in here,” Finne says. “The dark countertops paired with the light wood cabinets and Wood Cabinets for Sale bamboo is very Japanese.” Stools designed by Finne and woven by artist Deloss Weber add to the textural mix. Their blued-steel bases pick up on the other blued-steel pieces on the island, and the cattail rush seats add another natural material that converses with the bamboo cabinet panels and sea grass panel. FINNE ArchitectsMore of the work of the homeowner’s son decorates the countertop. His and the architect’s passions for excellent craftsmanship Wood Cabinets for Sale suit the kitchen well."