This took a dated kitchen and updated it to something quite extraordinary. The most unique feature is the cooking canopy, which is framed by a custom stainless-steel bridge. The vent hood is almost completely hidden in the design, allowing for the striking backsplash to take center stage. Other stainless-steel features, aside from the appliances, include the metal tambour and stainless-steel framed pantry door. The smoke-stained quarter sawn oak cabinets help to provide texture and warmth, offering a nice contrast and giving balance to the stainless steel.
Durango door style
Spice stain with Black Antique Glaze