The HGTV Dream Home 2006 kitchen ushers you in with the warm, welcoming notes of fall, a reflection of the seasonal theme that flows throughout the house.
The center island is a beautifully handcrafted piece of furniture that is the true heart of the room. Local cabinetmaker Tom Kline built the base of the island out of chestnut he reclaims from old barns and other buildings. The wood is called "wormy" chestnut because it's pocked with distinctive little holes and defects originally created by insect infestations more than 75 years ago. The countertop is made from ipé, a dense tropical Brazilian hardwood. The massive slab weighs more than 500 pounds and required eight men to carry into the house and set it in place.
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