One of our favorite design features is incorporating a wood top into the plan. They are commonly used as island tops, or at the breakfast bar, or as an eat-in area. It’s a great way to create a transition from the kitchen into the dining or living areas, and with so many options of wood, it can really give the space a ‘wow’ factor.

Here are some of our best uses:

Jackson-2012-Kitchen-Bentwood-Traditional-Island, pilasters, hutch, woodtop, canopy hood-Harness Creek  _PPS6575_6_7


Manis wood top  Grande- Bay View- 2009- Kitchen- Medallion white paint- Traditional- Double island, inverted L-shape, breakfast bar, trough sink, microwave cabinet, wood tops- Sherwood Forest

Providence Rd-7105  Sansing-Pilli1

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