Islands, cabinets and counter tops are built to your unique taste, your personal needs and to your individual specifications.
After a few design changes, our clients let their personalities speak with this one-of-a-kind kitchen island. Reclaimed American Chestnut poles for the legs and Reclaimed Poplar Red-Board for the cabinet. We commissioned a local metal shop to construct and finish the frame, and a local blacksmith to hammer the hooks. We didn't stop there. We pulled some of our wide plank Sassafras for this spectacular live-edge breadboard top.
Dimensions: 42 wide x 84 long x 36 tall.
These Reclaimed Poplar Red-Board kitchen cabinets were crafted from the wood salvaged from the old barn that once stood on the same property. Our clients added extra touches with unique divided light glass uppers, Reclaimed American Chestnut back panels and antique wavy glass.
Some photos courtesy of Mountain Construction Inc.
This kitchen island was truly built for utility (and aesthetics) for use in our client's loft. Compact, but functional for cook books and pots/pans. The rustic Reclaimed American Chestnut base and polished Walnut top were perfect complements. The locking casters were added to add extra functionality in a smaller space.
This Black Walnut island counter top is 2 in thick x 48 in wide x 84 in long, with a radius on one end. Waterlox Satin Finish.