Rustic Reclaimed ChestnutRustic Kitchen, Burlington

Reclaimed Chestnut cabinetry reaches all the way to the ceiling in a door over door configuration.

Photo Credit: Crown Point Cabinetry

Inspiration for a rustic l-shaped brick floor kitchen remodel in Burlington with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz
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twinsbab wrote:Dec 9, 2013
  • hayleydaniels
    Your cabinets and hardware are absolutely stunning!! I can't tell you how much I love them. Now all I need is to win the Power Ball Lotto so I can afford them. LOL!
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hayleydaniels, thank you so much for your kind words! And the best part is, our cabinetry costs far, far less than the pot of the Power Ball Lotto! If you're ever in NH, stop by, we'd be happy to give you a tour!
delornda wrote:Dec 15, 2013
  • ajkinsm
    Hello, great job on the cabinets! We are making some updates to our kitchen and really like the hardware used on these cabinets for this project. Do you have any information on the knobs, pulls, and handles used throughout the kitchen?
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi ajkinsm! Thank you, we appreciate your compliments! As to the hardware, the pieces are from our own collections. Anticipating what your next question may be: No, sorry, we do not sell hardware separately. Have a great day!
Diana Summers wrote:Mar 1, 2014
  • Diana Summers
    Very pretty! Love a bright kitchen with stained, real wood cabinets! thank you Crown Point!
  • tlgon2info

    Looks like quartzite. Beautiful and durable!


mk2525 wrote:Jun 4, 2018
Megan wrote:Jan 10, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi meganderson219! Thanks for the kind words, much appreciated! If you haven't seen it noted elsewhere, the wood you are admiring is Reclaimed Chestnut, from our Vintage collection of wood species. You can see and read about it here (scroll down to the Vintage section): http://www.crown-point.com/custom-cabinet-wood-species.html
    The finish is our Honey stain with a Van Dyke glaze applied. Thank you again, and have a great day!
  • Jerre Miller

    The chestnut is absolutely stunning. These give off a nice medium glow. Not too dark or light. Not too sure about the lighter,. almost white subway tiles and counter tops.

Heidi Johnson wrote:Jun 4, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi Heidi! Thanks for the kind words! The wood you are admiring is Reclaimed Chestnut, from our Vintage collection of wood species. You can see and read about it here (scroll down to the Vintage section): http://www.crown-point.com/custom-cabinet-wood-species.html
    The finish is our Honey stain with a Van Dyke glaze applied. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!
  • Talmage Dangerfield
    I think that Reclaimed Chestnut wood is one of the prettiest that there is. My wife and I are getting ready to remodel our kitchen, and we are planning on getting new cabinets for sure. I think that these ones look so nice. They would go perfect with the color of our new counter tops. http://www.bedfordhomedesign.com
Angie Kitchens wrote:May 2, 2017
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Thank you, Angie Kitchens, very kind of you to say! We were the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) and we are very proud of the work our entire team is able to accomplish! Thank you again, and have a great day!

rayannieg wrote:Sep 14, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi rayannieg! We were the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) and in this case, the client chose to supply their own hardware, and their installer drilled and applied it. Have a great day!

namelville55 wrote:Feb 22, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi namelville55! Thanks for asking, and the kind words, but as the cabinetmakers for this project, we were not involved with the client's decisions for their tile. Have a great day!

Aryn wrote:Sep 2, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi cormic3! Thanks for asking, but as the custom cabinetmakers for this project, we were not involved in the window selection for the homeowner. Have a great day!
Linnea Levine wrote:Jan 22, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi Linnea Levine, and thank you so much for the kind comment! We are Crown Point Cabinetry, and you can contact us directly--because that's how we work! We don't have dealers, and we work directly with homeowners, custom builders, architects, remodelers and designers across the country! You can learn more right here: http://www.crown-point.com/Direct.contact.html
    Have a great day!
btheargy wrote:Jan 14, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi btheargy! The upper cabinets were made to 46", and the ceiling height is 9'. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

becky
Becky Harris added this to Kitchen of the Week: Chestnut and an Open Fire in ConnecticutNov 20, 2013

The top stacked cabinets continue over the doorways. “This gives the cabinets a true built-in look,” Schneider says.The ceramic tile herringbone floors lend more old-world style.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sue_bivens
Sue Bivens added this to sue_bivens's ideas7 hours ago

Wood cabinets with white subway tile and light counter top.

rn2019
rn2019 added this to RN ideasNov 24, 2019

Crown point cabinets. Maybe top or bottom only

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Aimee Dickinson added this to Kitchen RemodelNov 7, 2019

Color, grain, length, rustic look, don’t like glass cabinets. Like subway tile, and bin pulls

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