This stately Tudor, located in Bloomfield Hills needed a kitchen that reflected the grandeur of the exterior architecture. Plato Woodwork custom cabinetry was the client's first choice and she was immediately drawn to the subtle amenities like carved turnings, corbels and hand-applied glaze. The coffered ceiling over the island gave additional warmth to the room. Choosing Subzero and Wolf appliances that could be completely integrated was key to the design. Beth Singer Photography
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