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Two-Toned Kitchen with Cherry and Painted Maple. Shaker Door from Crystal Cabinets.

The walls that made this kitchen a tight space were eliminated to create a spacious and open area. The two-tone cabinets create visual interest by combining a rich cherry stain and glaze with a creamy painted maple. Every inch is now utilized to create more storage and workspace. Tall pantry cabinets angle around a corner and allow for close access to spices while cooking. A down-draft ventilation system was used to avoid a large vent hood in the ceiling, while a pull-out garbage and a tall pull-out shelf unit keep everything neat and tidy. A Hutch/TV area was also added to the space, and the stacked crown moulding in the stained and glazed cherry adds a rich detail to the kitchen.