White Oak Wood Table Top with Anvil Metal Polished Base in Orlando, Florida for KBIS 2018

White Oak Wood Table Top with an Anvil Metal Polished Base for a Contemporary Kitchen Design

White Oak Wood Table Top with a Metal Base for a Contemporary Kitchen Design in Orlando Florida

White Oak Wood Table Top with an Anvil Metal Polished Base Crafted by Grothouse in USA

Countertop Wood: Table Top: White Oak; Base: Composite Substrate

Category: Kitchen Table Top and Base

Construction Style: Custom Construction Style - Chevron

Wood Countertop Location: Orlando, Florida

Countertop Thickness: 3"

Size: 30" High x 33" Wide x 51" Long

Shape: Rectangle

Countertop Edge Profile: 1/8" roundover on all top, bottom and vertical edges

Wood Countertop Finish: Bleached Finish and a Thick Epoxy High Gloss Overcoat

Wood Stain: Stain 15785CP

Cabinetry Color: Dark Wood and Gray

Kitchen Style: Contemporary Monolith Inception Kitchen

Designer: Richard Thomas Anuszkiewicz Creative Director of the Richar Living Lifestyle Brand and the Executive Director of Alt Breeding Schwarz Architects Casework Division.

Designer Links: Houzz | Facebook | Instagram

Job: 18152

Year Completed: 2018

Undermount or Overmount Sink: N/A

Countertop Options: Table Top: Chevron Construction Style with Inset Brass Screws

Complimentary Countertops: Kelya – Natural Collection by Dekton

Notes on interior decorating with wood countertops:
“As a luxury kitchen specialist, it is always important for me to bring thought provoking ideas and execution techniques to the market. At the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in January 2018, I showcased my latest forward-thinking design titled ‘Monolith Inception’. The Monolith Inception kitchen was commissioned by Liebherr Refrigeration to celebrate the launch of their new column refrigeration series. The concept of the kitchen is derived from the definition of ‘Monolithic’, meaning, ‘formed of a single block of stone.’ This idea can be found throughout the kitchen in the crisp contemporary geometries and the layered long linear planes.” Read the designer’s full article of the design by clicking here.

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