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The name of this kitchen comes from the exotic butternut wood used for the lower cabinetry. Butternut (commonly known as white walnut) is very stable with little tendency to warp or crack in use. Native to the eastern US and southeast Canada, it has been widely used in churches for detailed woodwork such as intricately carved doors and alters and by wood carvers especially for duck decoys. This rare wood, is known for its cathedral grain pattern that looks like waves breaking on a beach.
- Tall dark cabinetry is hickory flat cut in nutmeg with walnut interiors, vintage door style with random kerfs.
- Under island cabinetry is a knotty country sun washed rustic butternut with random kerfs, Kiev pulls in pure metal antique brass.
- Special cabinetry features include: appliance garage with proprietary hinge technology and wireless interior lighting, stadium spice rack, knife holder, pantry with flush strip lighting, decorative vent covers under refrigerator drawers, Hettich hinge technology, Trufig painted outlets, hidden storage under front of island, leather drawer bottoms, custom interior baking drawer with cutouts for measuring spoons, electronic scale, rolling pin, and spice containers.
- Hardware by Turnstyle Designs, brass wrapped in leather.
- Sink and faucet by Officine Gullo.
- Butcherblock island in Peruvian Walnut by Grothouse.
- Countertops in Calacatta Viola honed marble.
- Appliances include: 97.5" Officine Gullo hood and range featuring 4 burners, coupe de deu, pasta cooking station, prep sink, an oven, and integrated cabinetry; ventless hearth oven by Monogram, induction cooktop by Invisicook, refrigeration by Sub-Zero.