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Cherry HillsTransitional Kitchen, Denver

This kitchen was designed by Mikal Otten. Interior design by Beth Armijo (armijodesigngroup.com). Photography by Emily Minton Redfield.

Inspiration for a transitional kitchen remodel in Denver —  Houzz
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muttimac wrote:Nov 28, 2012
  • muttimac
    Thank you, Mikal. M
  • P. M. Sardinas
    Love the pulls - Is it the Sutton?
Tom Shore wrote:May 18, 2012
  • tanek
    What is the stone surface used for the island?
  • PRO
    Exquisite Kitchen Design
    It's Tidal White granite in a leathered finish.
    Best,
    Mikal
dukie1 wrote:Mar 31, 2013
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    Exquisite Kitchen Design
    I encourage my clients to use the butcherblock. If you want it to look perfect.....it may not be the right material for you. Best, Mikal
  • PRO
    Michigan Maple Block Co.
    The very DNA of Butcher Blocks is a cutting surface. The concept would be that the surface take the impact of the knife blade as opposed to the knife black taking the impact. The nice thing about Solid Wood Butcher Block is that a little sanding and refinishing will bring the block back to brand new.
sunrise50 wrote:May 28, 2014
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    McClure Tables
    Hi there! If you're interested in the whole process or getting a countertop for your kitchen, visit our website at http://bit.ly/1rHRHt6 or give Todd McClure a call at 800-565-0977. He'll be able to answer all your butcher block counter top questions!
crystal rains wrote:Nov 13, 2013
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nancyfranklin wrote:Mar 30, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Christine Tusher added this to Kitchen Counters: Try an Integrated Cutting Board for Easy Food PrepMay 9, 2014

Drop-in cutting boards used to be relatively common in the ’60s and ’70s, but their popularity waned as people found that they wore out quickly with use. Enter the integrated butcher block, the drop-in’s bigger, badder cousin. It, too, can sit flush with the rest of your countertop. But it won’t show wear as easily. This one is custom made in walnut and can be resanded to its original, pristine state if knife marks become bothersome.Add this feature when you’re replacing your countertops to ensure a flush finish. The cost will vary widely; I’ve seen them from as low as $140 up to $720, depending on size.

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Sally added this to webuser_718639503's ideasApr 11, 2019

partial chopping block on island

mcas
Maria Castillo added this to prep sink/wood cutting boardApr 3, 2019

You can screw off and on for washing

yankee514
Brenda added this to KitchenMar 11, 2019

The cutting board is held in with four screws. Can potentially be removed and re-serviced every couple years or replaced.

margotballagh
margotballagh added this to Kitchen IdeasMar 10, 2019

Cherry colour & cream countertop - nice drawer pull

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