The Kings Feast

This green industrial kitchen is ideal for quick family meals or large social gatherings – warm, organic and sturdy materials enrich the integrity of the design.

Photo By: David McFadden - Past Basket, Inc. ©2013 Past Basket, Inc.

Photo By: David McFadden - Past Basket, Inc. ©2013 Past Basket, Inc.

Photo By: David McFadden - Past Basket, Inc. ©2013 Past Basket, Inc.

The Kings Feast

The work zone is anchored by an outer island which provides a transition, storage and seating. The dish and glass storage is supplemented by 42” base cabinets. The outer island counter overhang, supported by a custom steel post, is designed to resemble the ceiling trusses.

The Kings Feast

The round hood stack over the cabinets adds gorgeous detail to the cooking area. Refrigerator drawers in the island make for a tight prep triangle and strategically placed matching cabinetry in the pantry conceals more shelving.

The Kings Feast

Other special features such as polished concrete flooring, stone and wood walls, exposed trusses and vaulted ceiling add to the grandeur of this kitchen that is perfectly crafted for a modern-day feast.

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