We often design either stand alone hutches, or integrated hutches, because they are so practical for storage in the kitchen, and attractive as furniture pieces. They can be finished to match the rest of the kitchen cabinetry, or they can be something completely different and unique! All of our cabinet companies can build a hutch, but our own shop offers the greatest degree of custom design and wood choices.
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Several of the details for this Vintage Custom Cabinetry kitchen were inspired by details that appear in the original 1906 blueprints.
This Quality Custom Cabinetry painted kitchen features a new Elmira retro style range.
This old house still has many original features, including low ceilings & sloping floors. It features classic antique details, right down to the hand-planed wood and genuine milk-paint finish.
Chamfered corners, glass ends and a pair of elegant reeded brackets lend a touch of finesse to this Quality hutch, which is finished in a lighter tone of antique style paint than the main kitchen.
This built-in hutch features red birch with a cherry countertop, turnings and molding details.
For this cozy breakfast table top, Vintage Custom Cabinetry used some very special wood which the owners had purchased back when they lived for a while in the Philippines. When they returned to NH, they had this wood shipped home, with the thought that someday...
The island is finished in a soft yellow paint, in contrast to the stained cherry cabinets that wrap most of the kitchen.
The figured mahogany hutch was built in our own Vintage Custom Cabinetry shop. It features a delft tile backsplash and soapstone countertop.
Tight quarters called for a shallow flush front hutch for extra storage.
This efficient little Craftsman Style built-in hutch houses the microwave and other small appliances.
The refrigerator is in a simple free-standing enclosure with a traditional jelly cupboard next to it.
A nice built-in hutch offers a focal point for some of the owner's antique porcelain collection.
The traditional black Windsor style stools provide seating at the kitchen island and match the black painted hutch.
Vintage Custom Cabinetry built this milk-painted hutch and cherry surround for the Subzero refrigerator. The floors are mature growth heart pine.
A Welsh cupboard serves to showcase a collection of antique copper molds, while it does double duty as a beverage center, complete with wine cooler. This piece was also built in our own custom shop, with the artistic paint treatment done on site by local artist Judy Dibble.
Our shop built the little hutch between the kitchen and the original dining room.
A painted step-back hutch snugs up next to the main ell of kitchen cabinetry.
Detail of the milk-painted hutch with profiled inset drawers
Above the double ovens there is plenty of room for the microwave and a built-in plate rack that serves as another great place to display the owner's collection of china. Our own shop built the custom brackets and the dropped mug shelf to blend with the Quality Custom Cabinetry.