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Painted Finishes

in Chef’s Whites

Williston Pk, Long Island, NY

Long Island Kitchen and Bath Showrooms Designer Kitchen

Our clients love white painted kitchens, and this luxury design is on display at one of our Long Island kitchen and bath showrooms (Williston Park location). It mingles exquisite furniture-grade cabinetry with hand painted details and artisan-crafted metal work. The tall unit consists of three-door panels that house a pantry flanked by a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer. Each door has three squares, and each square has a hand-stitched walnut veneer cut and sewn in a very subtle X pattern. The “stand-at” hide-away desk features a home management center to organize the mail, calendar, and phone chargers. It includes custom file drawers and a built-in computer printer station. The hide-away feature of the slide out doors allows for privacy when company comes over.  To soften the corner transition, we designed a custom radius cabinet with an open shelf bottom to display decorative accessories. The back of the cabinet is also curved allowing equal distance from the front to the back avoiding a dark void in the back of the cabinet. Splitting the island’s outer doors with center mullions created a furniture-like detail. Read more details here…

Cabinetry Used: The custom cabinetry includes one-inch thick recessed panel doors with a smooth, non-beaded inset frame. The door style is Warwick by Bentwood. The perimeter is a hand-painted white cotton finish, which shows the actual grain and brush strokes. The kitchen island, refrigeration, pantry, and cabinet interiors are walnut wood with a Praline finish.

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