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This cherry kitchen features Quality Custom Cabinetry in a Craftsman style.
The Aga range is a central feature for this professional chef's kitchen.
This turn-of-the-century home still has nearly all of its original oak woodwork, which made oak a natural for this new Vintage Custom Cabinetry kitchen.
The cherry cabinets by Vintage Custom Cabinetry feature a custom deep warm stain
The multicolor slate backsplash goes well with the craftsman style hood.
This traditional style mantel hood was custom made in our own Vintage Custom Cabinetry shop with details copied from the old house.
The range hood houses a powerful modern blower, but is built in traditional hand-planed paneled style.
These cooking center cabinets feature gently curved finished ends -- matched in the curved countertop and curved molding above.
A bird's eye view of the soapstone counter that shows its natural veining patterns. The window behind the cooktop is a matching new window placed to restore the exterior symmetry.
Fisher-Paykel dishwasher drawers fit comfortably next to a traditional stone slab sink.
Three antique delft tiles are featured in the backsplash. The matching pilasters both roll out to reveal handy storage for cooking aids!
Viking range surrounded by a Quality Custom Cabinetry over mantel.
The owner had some great old wide boards left over from an earlier house project that included some unusual diagonal "dutchman" patches, which we decided to feature in the island countertop and several of the cabinets.
In keeping with the modern style in this kitchen, we used bifolding horizontal doors at the wall cabinets. They are also practical, because once lifted open, they stay open and up out of the way while you are working in the kitchen.
The cooktop is tucked into a tiled alcove.
The mantel hood cabinetry holds convenient pull-outs for cooking necessities.
The restored antique range is recessed into a tiled alcove.
A generous-sized island serves both the cook and as a focal point for entertaining. From this view you can really appreciate the grain patterns found in this local NH "Tapestry" Granite.
There are six Jeffrey Cooper carved panels in the mantel surround featuring different historical locations throughout New Hampshire.
The mahogany mantel surround houses a powerful cooking ventilation system as well as a flat-screen TV.