Wall Diagonal Corner Cabinet (CS-WDC2436)
24"W * 36"H * 12"D
Price ( Piece ):
- Product Model CS-WDC2436
A roomy double-basin farmhouse sink was a splurge, but Deb and Michael were able to save money by comparison shopping and purchasing the sink online for $2,200 (priced elsewhere for $4,000) and using the Moen faucet they used with their previous sink. A molding detail added between the bottom of the sink and the top of the cabinets gives the sink area a finished look. Because of the sink’s heavy weight, extra support was built into the cabinet below.Sink: Shaw’s Original, Rohl; dishwasher: stainless steel, Architect Series II, KitchenAid Renovations Group Inc
Because Deb is 5 feet, 3 inches tall, the baking center counter to the left of the dishwasher was lowered so she could roll pie crusts and work on bread doughs in comfort. “I love it because you can really lean into stuff with the lower counter,” she says. An end cabinet on the side of the baking center has an outlet and holds the kitchen’s microwave. The upper glass-front cabinets highlight attractive dishware and glasses, and help lighten the look of the room. Before Photo
Renovations Group Inc
BEFORE: This shot shows the old kitchen’s eat-in breakfast table and a non-load-bearing wall that was part of a narrow and awkward hallway to the back door. Eliminating this wall improved traffic flow and gave the kitchen more space. Upgrading the existing double-hung windows to crank-out casement windows helped accentuate the height of the kitchen.