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Wood Mode Gallery, Embassy Row

Classic Kitchen Renovation with Wood Mode Custom Cabinetry

Here a new design idea for your kitchen renovation with beautifully detailed cabinetry and plenty of storage. The kitchen features Wood Mode custom cabinetry with a mix of raised and recessed door styles. The perimeter is an inset Alexandria recessed door style in maple wood with one of our newest vintage finishes — opaque putty — a warm alternative to white.  The kitchen island is an Alexandria raised door style in walnut wood with a classic walnut finish, and the drawers are profiled. The island base has a special toe space with integrated end panels. The glass doors have one-inch wide Gothic mullions and one-inch shelves, which add visual interest to the design. Countertops are CaesarStone in Misty Carrera and the plumbing fixtures are all from Blanco. Appliances are Thermador and the hood is Rangecraft.  The wood spice drawer is customized to hold two rows of spices while a LeMans corner cabinet underneath makes pots and pans easily accessible. Rounding out this kitchen renovation is the wet bar with a U-Line beverage center and cabinetry with backlit one-inch glass shelves. The three drawer base cabinet includes a warming drawer. There is plenty of room for entertaining with two dishwashers, multiple sinks, and a butler’s pantry.

Cabinetry Used Wood-Mode’s Alexandria recessed cabinet door in opaque putty finish on kitchen perimeter and Alexandria raised cabinet door in classic walnut finish on kitchen island.

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