Part II of our series features design focused on the fuel required to sustain life itself: coffee. When planning a custom kitchen, it is important that you consider your frequently used items and make spaces for them. Designing cabinetry to disguise or feature your coffee and accessories can be both aesthetically pleasing and incredibly practical when well planned. Look for opportunities to incorporate cabinetry features such as integrated lighting or tower shelving (trending!) to highlight. If you are looking to remain understated, a more traditional plan will include inset panels, classic drawers, and integrated bi-fold cabinetry.
Hodsman Road Renovation: Vertical hickory tower with flat panel drawers and cut out pulls. Lacquered shaker cabinet drawers and floating box shelves in hickory with integrated lighting. Build and Design: Piller & Putz Construction.
Hodsman Road Renovation: Walnut inset cabinetry and adjacent walnut floor to ceiling pantry. Lacquered shaker cabinetry including integrated bifold door system. Build and Design: Piller & Putz Construction.
Hodsman Road Renovation: Walnut floor to ceiling pantry. Lacquered shaker cabinetry including integrated bifold door system. Build and Design: Piller & Putz Construction.
Pasqua Lake Build: Lacquered shaker cabinetry with built in refrigeration. Cabinetry: Contour Cabinets. Design: @mrs.degs.home
Windsor Renovation: Traditional lacquered shaker drawers with walnut inset paneling and adjacent custom walnut buffet. Build and design: Piller & Putz Construction.
More questions? Stop by the shop at 320 Hodsman Road. The coffee is always on.
-Luke and Adam