Steve Tull European Cabinetry
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Travis Heights

Project Year: 2015
Project Cost: $25,001 - $50,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 78704
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When it became time for a sorely needed update for this home in central Austin, the owners decided it would be best accomplished in two phases. The most notable change occurred in the kitchen which held the place as the the larger part of phase one. As you can see, the space is very small, with no way for expansion. The use of a very efficient space design by Cindy Black of He...More
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The use of thick white oak vertical and horizontal members strategically placed throughout the cabinetry provided an interesting inset appearance to otherwise strictly overlay faceframeless casework. During the cabinetry installation there was much fitting to be done to precisely match the conditions of the walls, ceilings and floor. It seems hard to believe, but this is even m...More
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Notice how the white oak wood grain flows continuously across the door fronts. Nearly every other custom cabinetmaker will not go to this much trouble. Guess what this means: if I make a mistake or damage one during manufacture, I have to replace a whole batch. Ask me how I know this :(
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We used nice LED low voltage lighting to highlight the open shelving spaces and also to illuminate the counters. The wiring is hidden within the thick shelves.
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A close-up of one of the display areas.
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We used drawers wherever possible, even under the sink. The way I see it, nobody wants to get on their hands and knees anymore. We don't have to.
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This is a good example showing how we can utilize drawers underneath the kitchen sink. This makes it a lot easier to organize and access your cleaning products, plus you get two levels of storage instead of just one. Notice the pretty dovetailed drawer joinery.
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The end wall is a fantastic improvement. We built a space to fully enclose a full-sized french door refrigerator. That's a broom closet on the left side. Adjustable shelving above provides good space for larger items.
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Our homeowners had a beautiful 60 year old Hawaiian table top they've been hanging onto made of Monkey Pod wood. They wanted me to incorporate it into their kitchen as a counter top for the small appliance garage area. It was only slightly warped, haha. I think the natural original shape of the front edge is a cool and interesting feature.
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Here's a bookcase at the stairway landing.
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