Wenonah Cabinetry, LLC • 661A Bridgeton Pike • Mantua, NJ 08051 © 2013 - 2018
This is a 3-D rendering from a kitchen design we worked on for some good friends of ours. We find that these illustrations really help give customers a better idea of what the actual finished result will look like. The homeowners did a lot of the installation work themselves. We helped out with some of the hard bits, like the crown and light rail moldings. Please take a look at the slideshow below to see how it really turned out.
For their kitchen, these homeowners were interested in a very distinctive and somewhat rustic look. For the wood species, they chose character maple which has a strong grain pattern, knot holes, worm holes, sugar tracks, mineral streaks and other variations. The cabinets were finished with a warm, golden “Ginger” stain. Neutral colors and materials were used in the rest of the kitchen allowing the cabinets themselves to be the focal point. Being wood lovers ourselves, we were really excited to have the opportunity to work with these homeowners on this one of a kind kitchen.
The countertop is Dupont Zodiaq “Cappuccino”. Zodiaq is an engineered quartz material that is as durable as granite and non-porous.
The wall cabinets are 36” in height, allowing about 6” to create a crown build-up. In this case we used furniture baseboard flipped upside down and decorative crown molding stacked up to touch the ceiling. The primary doorway coming in to this kitchen from the family room is in the corner which creates a bit of an awkward entrance. We flanked the doorway with 24” cabinets that have angled fronts creating a wider entryway and providing a feeling of spaciousness.
This kitchen features lots of storage space and features including - lots of drawer space, an appliance garage, lazy susan, spice rack cabinet, angle front cabinets that still have lots of storage space inside, pot/pan drawer cabinet, knick-knack shelf, large pantry, crown molding, light rail molding, and functional workspaces for all kitchen activities.
From Design to Completion