ANN ARBOR, MI - KraftMaid Cabinetry has teamed up with Chicago-based kitchen designer Mick de Guilio for House Beautiful's 2013 Kitchen of the Year.
KraftMaid Cabinetry's 1,000-square-foot kitchen is on display through Friday, July 20 at Rockefeller Center in New York City. If represents transitional style and features a Butler's pantry sporting dove white painted Sedona cabinet doors with glass doors and matching interiors. The asymmetrical kitchen includes cabinets of varying heights that incorporate Slate stain contrasted by polished nickel hardware. All fo the doors and drawers feature KraftMaid's soft-close Whisper Touch System.
"The Kitchen of the Year showcases the best of kitchen design and inspires homeowners with ideas they can bring into their own home," said Kate Thompson, lead KraftMaid designer on the project.
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