19th century Waynesville kitchen design artfully conceals modern marvels
Wide plank wood flooring in random lengths was installed to keep the kitchen true to its farmhouse history.
The distinct pattern of the curly maple can be seen on the cabinetry surrounding the Thermador gas range.
Custom woodwork, including the beadboard covering the thick walls leading into the kitchen, was an important element to the overall design.
Of all the countertop options available, this homeowner chose to install unique slabs of slate in the kitchen.
This is one of two Thermador refrigerators expertly hidden behind custom cabinet panels in the kitchen.
A removable kitchen cabinet expertly hides a flat screen television, keeping the integrity of this antiquated kitchen design.
The KitchenAid mixer is stored in its own custom pullout shelf, one of the several convenient kitchen remodel ideas see throughout this space.
In an attempt to preserve the 19th century farmhouse kitchen theme, the custom cabinetry was built to hide the modern appliances, such as this microwave.
The Workshops of David T. Smith created the elaborate crown molding and architectural woodwork seen in this kitchen.
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