This kitchen remodel was inspired by the homeowner’s Montana vacation retreat.  The rustic box beam ceiling frames the space while the matching columns anchor the island on both sides.  The two-level island helps hide the sink from the family room.  The pendant lights are a focal point but the clear glass does not obstruct the view of the kitchen or the hood.  The multi colored slate backsplash brightens the deep wood knotty alder cabinetry and ties together the cream color of the island cabinets.  The Sub-Zero refrigerator is paneled to match the rest of the cabinetry in the space.  The hood is a chimney style, mixing stucco and wood.  The glass in the cabinets is seedy.

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Kitchen Cabinets: Mouser Ashland Russet Knotty Alder

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