Walnut Faux Live Edge Island Top

Transitional Kitchen Design with a Walnut with Sapwood Faux Live Edge Island Top in Friendswood, Texas

Faux Live Edge Island Top in a Transitional Kitchen with an Open Layout to Living Room

Faux Live Edge Island Top with Complementary Cambria Quartz Countertops in a Beautiful Transitional Kitchen Design

Faux Live Edge Island Top with Medium Gray Cabinetry in a Transitional Kitchen Design

Countertop Wood: Walnut with Sapwood

Category: Faux Live Edge Island Top

Construction Style: Flat Grain

Wood Countertop Location: Friendswood, Texas

Countertop Thickness: 1-3/4" thick

Size: 45 1/8+/-" x 43 1/2"

Shape: Square

Countertop Edge Profile: Faux Live Edge on Arc end with balance of edge treatment to be 1/8" round over on top and bottom edges, vertical corners to have 1 1/4" radius on three and 1/8" radius on one

Wood Countertop Finish: Durata® Permanent Waterproof Finish in Matte sheen

Wood Stain: N/A

Cabinetry Color: Medium Gray

Kitchen Style: Transitional

Designer: Scott Haig, CKD and Co-Designer Randy Godeau of Bay Area Kitchens

Designer Links: Bay Area’s Houzz | Facebook | Scott Haig’s Houzz

Job: 20212

Year Completed: 2018

Undermount or Overmount Sink: N/A

Countertop Options: This countertop includes a faux live edge to mimic a real live edge countertop.

Complimentary Countertops: Cambria Quartz

Notes on interior decorating with wood countertops:
“We removed three walls to open this kitchen up to the great room and breakfast area so the family and guests could visit while meals are being prepared. The custom cabinetry, designed by Bay Area Kitchens, was meticulously hand crafted to our exact specifications by Wood-Mode Custom Cabinetry in Kreamer, PA. A medium gray stain was applied to the solid walnut 1" thick doors and drawer fronts. Topping off the custom cabinetry are Cambria quartz countertops, plus two solid walnut countertops with "live" edges by Grothouse.” – Bay Area Kitchens. Professional photos by Benjamin Hill Photography, others by Randy Godeau of Bay Area Kitchens. Read the designers blog here.

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