KohlerEclectic Kitchen, Milwaukee

Inspiration for an eclectic single-wall enclosed kitchen remodel in Milwaukee with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, quartzite countertops and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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Karen Ginas wrote:Mar 9, 2013
  • Gaby
    Where is picture over sink from?
  • jdelmen
    Also would like to know where this picture is from and how to buy. Thanks!
jl6066 wrote:Apr 7, 2013
  • motherbear
    Cabinets are hickory. Look closely...that is a framed picture above the sink.
  • PRO
    Kohler
    Hi jl6066 this is Perrin at Kohler. Motherbear is correct, the cabinets are made of Hickory.
marthastew wrote:May 13, 2012
cassmattokee wrote:May 3, 2012
  • Lesley Delle_Grazie
    I would say that it's probably Corian or one of the other solid-surface materials.
  • cassmattokee
    Thank you!
TREAT SOLUTIONS wrote:Mar 22, 2013
  • PRO
    Kohler
    Hi TREAT SOLUTIONS this is Perrin with Kohler. The cabinets are hickory. Hope this helps!
thehesemangroup wrote:Aug 31, 2012
  • PRO
    Kohler
    Hey thehesemangroup -- this is Mark at Kohler. These cabinets were custom made, constructed of hickory. Hope that helps!
Realtor / ERA Doty Real Estate wrote:Sep 15, 2016
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      Karen Ginas wrote:Mar 9, 2013

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