Serious Kitchen

An eye-catching butcher-block island centers the interior design of this newly remodeled kitchen, functioning as workspace for cooking as well as occasional dining. The wood floor looks great and is easy on the legs. The professional grade Wolf Stove with stainless steel backsplash is easy to clean. I chose rhomboid pattern Lagos stone around the sink and backsplash, an appealingly subtle counterpoint to the no-nonsense wood and steel. This is a serious kitchen for serious cooks who plan to have a lot of fun indulging their passion.

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  1. It looks great!!! Just wanted u to know that the counter is tiger wood and the stove is Wolf not Viking..

    Thank you

    Comment by liz rashbaum — October 25, 2011 @ 11:45 am

  2. Hello,
    Gorgeous! You mention a “butcher-block” island, which normally is cheap looking but this looks like no other common butcher block I have ever seen. Simply breathtaking. What is that wood? Please educate us! Thanks for sharing this wonderful kitchen.

    Hugh

    Comment by Hugh — November 2, 2011 @ 12:00 pm

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