Base End Shelf Cabinet (SE-BES12L)
12"W * 34-1/2"H * 24"D-1S-L
Price ( Piece ):
- Product Model SE-BES12L
AFTER: After reviewing options with their architect, Bana Choura, Leigh and Gabrielle decided structural changes were needed to improve the flow and function of the kitchen. To bring views of the conservation area inside and create a better connection with the outdoors, the small double-hung window over the sink was replaced with an 8-foot-wide casement window with transom. “It felt so dark before, and this really allowed the light inside,” Robertson says. The old 8-foot kitchen ceiling was vaulted and raised to 11 feet high at the peak. A tall and slim window Leigh really wanted to the left of the range offers a view of the garden. A 7-foot-wide slider, not pictured, located to the left of the sink, adds more natural light and gives the family easy access to the outdoors. Paint by Benjamin Moore: Light Pewter (walls) and White Dove (celing and trim); floor: quarter-sewn oak finished with a custom mix of Ebony and Dark Walnut stains from Minwax; island stools: Emeco To the left of the kitchen’s main sink sits a 48-inch stainless Sub-Zero refrigerator. It includes a glass door on one side and gives the space a bit of an industrial vibe. The refrigerator is close to both the cooking area and the eating area with breakfast table, and has a cabinet on top for storage of large trays that are used only occasionally.This photo also shows the horizontal paneling on the base of the island (with shoe molding) to reinforce the rustic modern feel.