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When clients hire Sarah Robertson to design a kitchen, they usually give her a Wood Kitchen Cabinets short list of requirements and then ask her what she would do with the space. But the young couple who hired her to remodel their 1980s-era kitchen knew exactly what they wanted, right down to the island cooktop, undersink drawers, and shiplap siding on the island and cabinets. "“After” photos by Adam Kane Macchia AFTER: The couple wanted a cooktop on the island so that the mom could keep an eye on the 2-year-old (and eventually the baby who’s on the way) while she’s cooking, but they didn’t want a range hood hanging down over the cooktop. “It’s an unusual setup for an American kitchen, but you see it in Europe all the time,” Robertson says. “It’s definitely becoming a trend in American kitchens now.” The ceiling vent with fan Wood Kitchen Cabinets takes care of smoke and odors, and gives a clean sightline across the kitchen. “It keeps the whole space open,” Robertson says. The homeowners weren’t big fans of backsplashes, and they spent hours with Robertson looking at “a million different tiles,” she says. But when the couple saw the pale blue ceramic tile by Waterworks, “she was sold,” Robertson says.Studio DearbornThe husband exhaustively researched cooktops, choosing a Gaggenau model because he felt that it would be the most flush with the countertop. Robertson replaced the window over the sink with a slightly larger one to let in more light.Studio DearbornThe island is made of rift oak, cut to Wood Kitchen Cabinets reveal a very fine parallel grain that provides a clean look. A white glaze lightens the gray stain on the oak. A storage wall was another must for the homeowners. The original design called for vertical storage for trays above the ovens (a steam oven on the top and a wall oven on the bottom), but the clients liked the look of bookshelves, so Robertson moved the tray storage to the top cabinet to the right of the oven wall. Studio DearbornA space for a beloved espresso maker was a top priority for the husband. Robertson and the Wood Kitchen Cabinets clients went back and forth over the size of the fridge and freezer to ensure sufficient counter space for the espresso machine. Drawers below the machine hold everything needed to make a high-quality cup of joe in the morning.Studio DearbornThe client loved the clean-lined look of drawers instead of cabinets under the kitchen sink. Designing undersink drawers is difficult, Robertson says, and requires extensive measurements and “a dedicated installer who’s on board with the importance of making it work.” Pullouts on both sides of the cooktop provide space for storing oils on one side and Wood Kitchen Cabinets utensils on the other. Big drawers below the cooktop offer room for pots and pans. The top drawer includes diagonal lid dividers, a feature Robertson developed when she found that vertical dividers often didn’t provide enough space for large lids. The slanted shelves are adjustable and removable. This plan shows the roomy layout of the new kitchen and its numerous cabinets."