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Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Seattle with granite countertops

Historic home kitchen

Traditional Kitchen, Seattle

Historic home with desk/eating nook area hiding radiator, mahogony and painted cabinets to match existing painted white cabinets from the original kitchen.
Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Seattle with granite countertops - Houzz

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sango08sango08 wrote:January 25, 2013
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    Sadro Design Studio Inc.
    8 years ago
    Ok I have an answer, the wood is "poplar" a common wood for cabinets that get painted. The lattice was ordered by the homeowner but I saw some on Outwater Plastics Industries website recently or search the net for lattice cabinet inserts, the lattice was then painted with the cabinet doors.
  • sango08
    8 years ago
    Thanks for quick response.I am trying to make something like this in my daughters roomI might use 3/4 inch plywood,. Great way to store toys and/ or hide AC or heater.thanks so much
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